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K-State Research and Extension
123 Umberger Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-3401

October 11, 2016

Cultural Adaptation Navigator Seminars/Webinars

Submitted by Aliah Mestrovich Seay

Want to boost your Latino(a) outreach efforts? Wonder how to best serve youth with Autism at camp? Consider signing up for a Cultural Adaptation Navigator Seminar for the 2016-2017 year. If you are looking to build more cultural self-awareness or awareness of other cultural groups while fitting the training into a busy workday, these seminars are customizable and typically 1-2 hours in length. They are offered via Zoom video conferencing or in-person depending on the length of the workshop and the county or district's needs.

Seminar facilitators include professionals from K-State Research and Extension as well as subject matter experts at Kansas State University and the local community.

Some of the topics include but are not limited to:

• Understanding Culture and the Self                                                          
• Examining Our Fundamental Beliefs                                                        
• Autism and ADHD Toolkit                                                                    
• The Culture of Poverty                                                                          
• Professional and Ethical Decision Making                                                  
• Implicit Bias                                                                                          
• The Intercultural Development Inventory                                                
• A Roadmap for Working with Latino Audiences                                        
• Examining Your Allyship – LGBT Focus                                                    
• Diversity Trivia                                                                                      
• Becoming a Multicultural Educator Makes Sense in Today's World

For more information, visit PEARS at https://pears.oeie.org/accounts/signin/?next=/, or email Aliah Mestrovich Seay at aliah@ksu.edu or call her directly at 620-290-1622.