Wed, Apr 20

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Virtual Training Session

MACRO CHANGE: The Key Ingredient for Community Success

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MACRO CHANGE: The Key Ingredient for Community Success

Time & Location

Apr 20, 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Virtual Training Session

About the Event

This webinar is part of a SOCIAL CAPITAL SERIES.

You can choose to attend a specific webinar as a stand alone session or can take avantage of the entire 5-part series.

Please note that you must register for each workshop individually if you wish to attend the entire series.

Webinar 5 | MACRO CHANGE: The Key Ingredient for Community Success

A key role for human service professions is to create opportunities for community participation and success for individuals who are at greater risk. Yet, many vulnerable people remain isolated or off-set from community and struggle with the social ramifications of poverty, unemployment, difficulty with housing and transportation. It is clear that traditional methodologies have not brought many successes.

To this end, this interactive session will introduce and explore this macro challenge and examine ways and means to greater community success for the people being supported or served. Clear strategies will be outlined and explored as we examine a more macro perspective on the notion of community building.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Participants will understand the micro and macro perspectives
  • Participants will be introduced to the Interdependent/macro paradigm
  • Major aspects of social infrastructure will be overviewed
  • The importance of Social Capital will be explored

ABOUT THE TRAINER

Al Condeluci initiated his career in human services in 1970, working in a variety of direct support roles.  He was selected as CEO of Community Living and Support Services (CLASS) in 1991 and served in this capacity until his retirement in 2018. He still teaches at the University of Pittsburgh, writes, speaks, and consults both virtually through Zoom and in person on issues related to culture, community, and social capital.

Al lives in McKees Rocks, PA, just outside Pittsburgh, on “Condeluci Hill” with his wife, and other members of the extended Condeluci family.

FORMAT

This online training event will take place via the Zoom platform. Participants will be sent a meeting link the week before the event. Training materials will be sent via email the day before the event.

ANY QUESTIONS?

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us and a member of our team will be in touch soon!