Registration is closed for this event
October 24th, 2018 8:30 AM   through   October 25th, 2018 2:30 PM
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tarrytown
455 S Broadway
Tarrytown, NY 10591
Registration Package:
RP1 - Full Conference (10/24 & 10/254) $ 175.00
RP2 - Wednesday 10/24 Only $ 125.00
RP3 - Thursday 10/25 Only $ 125.00
RM1 - Member Full Conference (10/24 & 10/25) $ 125.00
RM2 - Member Wednesday 10/24 Only $ 75.00
RM3 - Member Thursday 10/25 Only $ 75.00
Meal Package:
MP1 - Wednesday (Lunch & Breaks) $ 35.00
MP2 - Thursday (Breakfast & Breaks) $ 20.00
MP3 - Staying at the Doubletree by Hilton $ 0.00
Early Bird Workshop
Wed. 9:30-10:30 AM
Session 1: Maximizing Impact through Innovative, Targeted, and Intentional Professional Learning and Special Events
Session 2: I Am My Brother’s Keeper
Session 3: Juvenile Reporting and Family Center: Partnerships with Probation and Family Court
Session 4: Equity and Inclusion for Youth Development Professionals
Session 5: Roles & Responsibilities of the RHY Coordinator
Session 6: “Anti”-Social Media?
Workshop Session A
Wed. 2:00 -3:15 PM
A1: Effectively Using the New Quality Self-Assessment (QSA) Tool, Third Edition
A2: Resilience Can Be Taught! 10 Tools to Motivate ANY Student
A3: A Day at the Beach: Mindfulness and the Three States of Mind
A4: Understanding New York’s Political Climate: How to Best Advocate for Positive Youth Development
A5: Do You Speak Queer? Learning How to Meaningfully Connect with LGBTQ+ Youth and Creating Affirming Spaces
A6: RHY Planning at the County Level - Lessons Learned in System Development
A7: Finding the “KEY” to Success and The Power of Experiental Adventure Based Learning
Workshop Session B
Wed. 3:30-4:45 PM
B1: Grant Writing Strategies for Success
B2: Enhancing Alternative to Incarceration with Peer Advocacy & Gender Specific Interventions
B3: So We’ve Raised the Age! Now What? Advocacy, Policy, Implementation
B4: Crème Brulee and Cotton Candy: The Hidden Killers Behind the Vaping Epidemic
B5: What’s Going On? Exploring Youth Culture and its Capacity to Build Strong Communities
B6: Thinking Out of the Box - Program Enrichment Activities
B7 Collaborating to Create Change: Ending Youth Homelessness in Your Community
Workshop Session C
Thur. 10:00-11:15 AM
C1: High Five
C2: Dealing with the Impacts of Increasing Minimum Wage and other Rising Costs on Delivery of Youth Development Programs
C3: Science in Action: ACES, Resilience, Wellness - Preventing and Transforming Youth Trauma
C4: The Community Role in Improving School Discipline
C5: Embracing Multiculturalism and Cultural Consciousness
C6: Innovative STEAM Curriculum Approaches for K-5 or 1-5
C7: Engaging “High Risk” Juvenile Justice Involved Youth in Self and Community Empowerment
Workshop Session D
Thur. 11:45 AM-1:00 PM
D1: Preparing Youth for 21st Century Success
D2: Build a Community Continuum of Care That Limits Youth Entry Into the Criminal Justice
D3: Hidden in Plain Sight: Juuls, Wax and Lean
D4: Know Kids’ Educational Right: Education Law as a Tool for Youth Development
D5: Fostering Grit with the Power of Puzzles
D6: Working with Transgender and Non-Binary Youth Experiencing Homelessness: 101 and Best Practices

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