Homelessness 101: Cultural Awareness 101 on ZOOM
March 18 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Homelessness 101 is a series of trainings covering basic content relevant and necessary for all people working in housing and homeless services. Quarter 1 of 2021 will provide six sessions in the months of January, February and March. This training is 6 of 6.
Cultural Awareness 101: Cultural awareness is defined as a set of behaviors and attitudes that enable you to work effectively in multicultural situations. Cultural awareness is achieved by developing skills and practices important in cross cultural interactions and using knowledge about individuals and groups to create practices and policies to create an inclusive environment. This course was created to help individuals become more inclusive and self-aware by providing discussion, experiential activities and real-world examples that will enable them to implement change, by taking a deeper look at others as well as themselves.This workshop offers the knowledge and skills needed to enable us to recognize, respond to, and redress conditions that deny some people access to housing and other opportunities enjoyed by their peers. This workshop was constructed with an acknowledgement of both the strengths and limitations of existing frameworks for engaging the full diversity of program participants. Objectives: * Understand the Definition of Diversity, Culture, Equity, & Inclusion * Understand how diversity dimensions shape workplace identity * Learn practical tips for inclusion across cultures
Presented by: Malissa Adams is the COO and founding partner at Stanton Adam’s Consulting with over 15 years experience in equity, community engagement, and Social Justice. She incorporates theory & research into customized professional and personal development curriculum. Her mission at Stanton Adam’s Consulting is to support individuals and organizations working to achieve social equity and inclusion. Malissa thrives on working with leaders who are willing to experiment with innovative approaches for solving diversity & inclusion issues. Please visit her website here for more information.
How to register: Registration below is broken into Member & Non-Member. If you are unsure whether you are part of a member organization or would like more information about membership, please contact Michele. If you choose to pay by credit card, you will be walked through payment process and receive an automated email confirming your payment and registration. If you choose to pay by check, you will receive an invoice from MESH. Payment is expected prior to training date. Please contact Michele if scholarship help is needed. You may register more than 1 person at a time and note the names in the space provided. I will send the Zoom link out the day prior.