Marian University will host the Midwest Workshop on Effective Education for the At-Risk on July 18 and 19 in the Stayer Center for Technology and Executive Learning. This two-day workshop is from 8:30am – 4:30pm, both days. The cost is $97 per person. Graduate credit available at additional fee.
Scott Goldsmith headlines the workshop. Scott is a Connecticut teacher, counselor, and author of Experiential Activities for Enhancing Emotional Intelligence: A Group Counseling Guide to the Keys to Success. Scott was named the NCCPS (formerly National Challenge Course Practitioners Symposium) 2018 Practitioner of the Year and the 2018 Manchester Regional Academy Teacher of the Year.
The workshop includes nine presenters who are active in the field of alternative education. This workshop is particularly applicable to those who work as teachers, social workers, youth workers, jail and prison educators, counselors, and church educators.
The workshop may be taken for one graduate credit. Tuition is $260. Individuals must sign up the first day of the event and attend the entire workshop (both days) to receive credit.
For more information or to register, please visit www.marianuniversity.edu/midwestworkshopatrisk