Funded by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's Quality Enhancement in After-School and Out-of-School Time (ASOST-Q) Grant Program, we're excited to offer a series of free trainings and webinars on various topics to support youth-adult relationships in your program.
Race, class and ethnicity plays a major role in how and how well people connect. This training is an introduction to culturally responsive practices, with a focus on self-exploration and reflection. Discussion will include considering how culture informs program practices and program interactions with youth and families.
Questions? Contact Melany Mendoza, Manager of Targeted Communities Western Mass, email@example.com.