February 14, 2017
Cultural Adaptation Navigator Webinars
In today's changing world, do you ever have questions that come up about culture while you are with your family, at work, or when you are involved in your community?
The following webinar opportunities geared toward learning about different cultural communities will occur over the next several months starting on February 16th and will host various presenters that will serve as guest speakers, subject matter experts and/or cultural advocates.
Each webinar is limited to 15 participants so that conversations, questions, and engagement are encouraged. They are customizable and easy to fit into a busy workday, as they last only 1.5 hours.
Participants may include but are not limited to K-State Extension professionals, students, community members, and volunteers.
The Cultural Adaptation Navigator webinars are designed to provide participants with a “snapshot” of different cultural communities they may live, work with, or serve through their educational programming.
There is no charge to participants for any of the webinars, but registration is necessary because each webinar is limited to 15 participants.
You may register at Cultural Adaptation Navigator Registration.
Please refer to the Webinar Descriptions in the link above for a complete listing of the webinars offered this Spring:
Examining Your Fundamental Beliefs
Innovation in Volunteerism
Understanding Culture & the Self
The Culture of Poverty: From Self to Community
Ages & Stages, Cultural Edition
The Autism Toolkit
Implicit Bias & Debiasing Strategies
A certificate of completion for professional development will be distributed upon the completion of each webinar. Based on the subject matter, some webinars will be recorded.
Once registration closes or if the webinar participation capacity is full, if you are still interested in learning more about a particular webinar subject, please email Aliah Mestrovich Seay at firstname.lastname@example.org for possible future dates.
Sign up today as space is limited!