In this series of four webinars, participants will learn the purposes and major types of program evaluation, identify the advantages and disadvantages of various data collection methods for evaluation, identify the appropriate data analysis, and identify strategies for presenting program evaluation findings to diverse audiences.
This pre-recorded webinar is intended as an introduction to basic concepts related to gender diversity and inclusion. Through research and data, videos, and self-reflection, participants will build comfort and capacity to engage in gender inclusive work with students and families.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a pill taken once daily to help prevent HIV infection in uninfected people. This one-hour webinar will provide participants with an update on the current HIV and STI trends among young people in North Carolina, including debunking common myths about HIV transmission and infection among at-risk groups. Participants will also be provided with a thorough description of the new laws regarding PrEP provision for young people and the common barriers and facilitators to PrEP access. The webinar will also describe ways to integrate PrEP education into sexual health education in community and school settings, including how to communicate discussions about PrEP with young people and how to locate and make referrals to local PrEP providers.
This webinar is designed to give participants a foundational understanding of what supporting LGBTQ youth can look like in your work with all young people. We decided to record this webinar to give you the opportunity to go through very basic introductory concepts at your own pace before attending any of our other trainings.
This webinar will help anyone new to grant writing or seeking a refresher find grant opportunities, identify common requirements of foundation grants and learn tips to make submitting online grant applications easier