February 2019

 
 

Whole Family Approach: Transformation Stories         February 6 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Several Community Action Agencies have experienced change through participation in the 2018 Whole Family Approach Learning Community Group. Selected agencies will share their learning and transformation as they’ve worked to implement a whole family approach. Resources and takeaways for replication in other CAAs will be shared. Presenters: Jeannie Chaffin, Consultant & Tiffney Marley, National CAP Provided by the Learning Communities Resource Center at National CAP.  Find out more »

 

Building Pathways for Parents: Innovation for Work & Education           February 13 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Join this webinar to hear stories of how organizations have used Head Start and local post-secondary partners to develop skills and create opportunities for parents. Presenters: Jeannie Chaffin, Consultant & Tiffney Marley, National CAP Provided by the Learning Communities Resource Center at National CAP. Find out more »

 

 

Health Impacts of the Physical & Social Environment          February 20 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Many factors combine together to affect the health of individuals and communities, not solely access to health services or genetics. Where we live, the state of our environment, and our relationships with friends and family all have considerable impacts on health. This webinar will focus on a comprehensive approach to health and how considering and treating one’s physical and social environment can ultimately improve health. Find out more »

 

Career Pathways as a Leadership Development Framework in Community Action             February 27 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

 

This Organizational Standards Center of Excellence Peer-to-Peer webinar will focus on an example of a career pathways framework for CAA personnel in Massachusetts.  The Massachusetts Association for Community Action (MASSCAP) conducted a Community Action Career Pathways Research Project, identifying and documenting career pathways in the common occupation areas of the 23 CAAs in MA. The recently published report identifies the skills and training needed by CAA employees to move upward on a career pathway, as well as recommendations on developing a culture of professional development and career planning within CAAs. This webinar will provide key information and findings of the study which was funded by the Massachusetts Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s Workforce Training Fund. Find out more »

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