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Wittenberg Hosts Community Alliance for Youth Training Institute

June 11, 2012  
 Filed in Community, Events

Springfield, Ohio – Youth program providers, community support organizations, educators and volunteers who work to provide extended learning opportunities for youth in Clark County are encouraged to attend the Community Alliance for Youth 2012 Summer Training Institute at Wittenberg University, from Monday, Aug. 6, through Friday, Aug. 10, in the Joseph C. Shouvlin Center for Lifelong Learning, 737 N. Fountain Ave. Registration is available through Aug. 1.

Presenters include Wittenberg faculty members, representatives from Ohio Criminal Justice Services, Forging Responsible Youth, Upward Bound, The Child Advocacy Center, Rocking Horse Center, Ohio Department of Education, Dayton and Springfield Local Schools, State Parent Advisory Council, Springfield Promise, Community Health Foundation, Action for Healthy Kids and others.

Workshop topics will be available on bullying, preventing sexual abuse, building positive relationships, building Hispanic community connections, family engagement, fundraising, developing reading clubs and assessment strategies among others. All workshops are free, and room assignments will be posted in the first floor atrium each day. Light snacks will be provided each morning and afternoon.

Click here for a complete list of workshops available and to register:

The institute is made available through a grant provided by the U. S. Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention.

Written By: Phyllis Eberts


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