Partnerships are vital to the successful operation of a community school. Cultivating authentic relationships creates an atmosphere for collaboration but is only the first step in this process. This two-part series will explore practical strategies and potential challenges that arise when aligning with partners, as well as how to leverage connections to strengthen engagement and meet community aspirations.
Participants will use various tools to assess and learn how to deepen their partnerships. In the second session, a panel of practitioners will discuss their partnership approach and valuable lessons learned. While this is a two part series, these sessions are not sequential and participants are welcome to participate in any capacity.
In this session, participants will:
Grow effective community partnerships that support and connect to a strategic plan.Engage in practice discussions to support recruitment, alignment, and acquisition.Explore lessons learned with a community school practitioner panelRegister for this event here.
Student support is the theme of the event and the presentations and discussions throughout the day will highlight resources throughout Binghamton University that are available to students. Attendees will be given concrete information, knowledge and tools that they can use in their supervision of social work students.
The morning segment of the day will include a Student Support Services Panel made up of presenters from many academic departments who will speak to the ways in which their offices provide support to students. After lunch, the afternoon segment will include the Supporting Students Break Out Sessions, which will address several important topics relating to field education.
3 Social Work Contact Hours Available!
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Presented by the Institute for Justice and Well-Being with the Department of Social Work:
This course is designed to increase awareness of the unique needs of international clients and transient populations. Participants will learn the nuances of assessment, treatment planning, and providing therapy to this subset of the population.
In this workshop, participants will learn how to:Increase awareness of international/transient populations needs from a cultural and mental health perspective.Use new assessment tools specific to this population and their family/community systems (specifically education).Identify nuances in treatment planningDiscuss current deficits for international clients and how to address current needs.Binghamton University, SUNY, College of Community and Public Affairs, Department of Social Work is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0143.
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Social Work Continuing Education Contact Hours provided by Binghamton University.
Binghamton University, SUNY, College of Community and Public Affairs, Department of Social Work is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0143.
Binghamton University, SUNY, College of Community and Public Affairs, Department of Social Work maintains CSWE nationally accredited MSW and BSW programs.
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In the spirit of learning and growing together, each session will also feature designated time for 'fireside chat' style technical assistance with Ali. Upon registration, participants are encouraged to share goals and concerns to help guide discussion. This Community of Practice is an opportunity for participants to:
Connect with colleaguesDiscuss challenges and successesGain tools, strategies, and resourcesSession 1: November 15th
Session 2: December 13th
Session 3: March 7th
Session 4: May 3rd
All sessions will take place from 1 PM-4 PM EST and are held online via Zoom.
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