Tuesday, May 6th

Becoming and Being an Advocate for Children

Time: 4:30 pm

Description:

Advocacy involves carefully crafting messages, building strong and helpful relationships between and among stakeholders, and telling stories. Advocacy also requires a deep understanding of the political, legal and administrative landscape.

Brent Duncan has spent much of his professional life advocating for comprehensive mental health services for children and youth, and the profession of school psychology. This workshop will cover the basics of advocacy at the local, state and national levels. Brent will share stories of his advocacy successes and failures at each of these levels. Graduate students in school psychology will share their perspectives on their recent experiences advocating at both the local and national levels.

image for event 3284

Price: Free

Location:

Native American Forum

Contact:

Robert Johns
RJohns@humboldt.edu

ics format for Becoming and Being an Advocate for Children rss format for Becoming and Being an Advocate for Children Add to Google Share on Twitter

Have Questions, comments, or feedback?

We have been working hard on this calendar but it might still be a bit rough around the edges. Please tell us how we can improve your experience.

About this Calendar

If you were wondering how to submit events, get event content on to your own site or subscribe to certain event feeds, our guide should get you going.

Facebook Flickr LinkedIn Twitter Youtube
1 Harpst Street
Arcata, CA 95521
(707) 826-3321