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Date(s) - 10/14/2015
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

George S. Dively Building Rm 207

Wednesdays, Oct. 14 and 21
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Facilitators: Pat Heilbron, Chyrel Oates
Fee: only $20, including parking, breakfast and lunch both days

About Pat Heilbron
Pat Heilbron has worked with youth and systems supporting youth throughout her career and views herself as an advocate for youth. She sees youth as resilient and talented and works to create environments in which youth can thrive. Heilbron is currently the director of Youth Community Programs (YCP) at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. YCP is a professional development and capacity building initiative targeted to organizations and their staff who work with middle and high school aged youth during out-of-school-time.
About Developing Outcomes that Drive Your Work
This two-session workshop series is designed to provide participants with an understanding of outcomes, indicators, and how to measure progress toward achievement of outcomes. Participants will develop outcomes, indicators, measures and activities that are meaningful in their organizational or program context.

Participants who successfully complete the workshop and the associated assessment will earn the ‘Developing Outcomes’ digital badge. Once you earn a digital badge, you can feature it on your personal networking sites opening doors to more career, education and lifelong learning opportunities.

This series aligns with core knowledge and competencies for youth work professionals that have been developed by the National Afterschool Association (NAA) and the Ohio Afterschool Network (OAN).

The NAA core knowledge content area addressed:

Program Planning and Development: Supports staff and serves as a role model around professional development plans by building healthy relationships with colleagues and families, providing developmentally appropriate practices, and connecting with and utilizing resources.
Intended Audience: program coordinators, supervisors of front-line youth workers