A CYFAR webinar providing an overview of the CYFAR Core Competencies and how they can be used to strengthen your CYFAR project and support professional development of CYFAR staff. In addition, presenters discuss the professional development resources available through the CYFAR website.
This webinar presented by Ms. Nia Imani Fields from the University of Maryland Extension, Baltimore County Office, explains the basic concepts of social injustice, outlines the community capitals framework with a focus on social capital, and explores experiential activities and evaluation tools to measure the impacts of community and social capital as a conduit to social justice.
To make each CYFAR Site Visit count, grantees need to understand how to prepare and plan for each visit from their CYFAR Coach. This webinar will help you understand the purpose of the Site Visit, who should participate, and what the outcomes for each visit should include.
Getting out of our own “boxes” sometimes requires keener insight into the minds, habits, likes, and dislikes of those we serve. Forget what you know about Millennials. Today’s young people, Generation Z, are different than any other generation. Research has shown that not only do their brains look different than ours, but they function differently. Participants will explore characteristics of generation Z and learn how these young people think and react to situations. Finally, participants will discover what they can do to bridge the gap between what we as professionals want to teach and what Generation Z wants to know.
The LGBT Youth webinar focuses on how to work with staff to create inclusive spaces and ensure inclusive attitudes and practices. In addition, the webinar discusses how to incorporate sexual orientation and gender identity attitudes in evaluation and measurements.
CYFAR PDTA Evaluation Specialist Burgess Smith discusses essential topics for a successful CYFAR program evaluation, including the use of Survey Builder, its associated reporting tools, and three other distinct CYFAR reports. Originally delivered in November 2015.