Addressing Implicit Bias to Better Serve Youth

Thursday, April 12, 2018

10:00am-4:00pm CT

 


Register

Registration open through 4/6/2018 10:30 AM Central Time (US & Canada)


Details

Please join HCET for an engaging one-day training addressing implicit bias within schools, community-based programming and healthcare settings. During this one-day training, attendees will explore:

  • How implicit bias at the intersection of sexuality, gender, race and class impacts marginalized communities.

 

  • How implicit bias impacts interpersonal relationships among youth and colleagues in the workplace.

 

  • How to address bias among youth and colleagues in the workplace through a lens of cultural humility.

Presenting

Marc Perry has more than 20 years' experience working with youth and adults from diverse backgrounds. He has directed youth development, family development and inclusion initiatives for Wyman Center Inc., Mentor St. Louis, Wesley House Association and Kohl Children's Museum. Marc has directed residential and outreach camping programs, as well as school and community based programming. Marc currently serves as the Director of Community Programs for Community Action Inc., of Rock and Walworth Counties where he oversees adult preparation programs, housing programs and employment programs. In addition, he coordinates community-wide needs assessments and develops the organizations' strategic plan. Marc provides cultural equity training for both public and private institutions, most recently facilitating implicit bias training for the Rock County Sheriff's Department. He was awarded the 2014 UAW Local 95 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Civil Rights Service Award for his commitment to social justice, diversity and inclusion.

 

Adrian Jones is a training manager at HCET. Jones studied African American studies and Women's Studies with an emphasis on sexuality education at the University of Wisconsin Madison. She has worked with youth in various capacities for over 15 years. Her passion for working with youth has taken her into classrooms to teach comprehensive sexuality education and provide sexual health trainings to youth-serving professionals throughout Dane County. Through her academic and professional experience, Jones has become increasingly focused on the needs of youth and health disparities in communities of color. What she finds most rewarding about her work is hearing the success stories of those on the ground working with youth across Wisconsin.


Sponsor

Support provided by the Wisconsin Personal Responsibility Education Program/Positive Youth Development Program.

 


Registration Fee

The registration fee for this event is $50. The fee is waived for staff/facilitators working in Wisconsin's Personal Responsibility Education Program and Positive Youth Development Program. Beverages and lunch will be provided.


Location

Jefferson Street Inn

201 Jefferson St.

Wausau,WI 54403

(P)715-845-6500

Click here for directions


Audience

Attendance is required for staff/facilitators in Wisconsin PREP and PYD.

 


This training is appropriate for
teachers, health educators, youth workers in community-based settings, health care providers, and health center staff.


Continuing Education

A total of 5.5 nursing contact hours is available for this event.

*Health Care Education and Training, Inc. is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91) (OH-410, 12/1/2018)


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