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Northland Family Help Center has opening for part-time Trauma Therapist position

| February 18, 2020
Northland Family Help Center has opening for part-time Trauma Therapist position

Northland Family Help Center in Flagstaff has an opening for a Trauma Therapist in the Counseling Department. 

The part-time position, approximately 20 hours per week, provides psychotherapy, counseling and clinical services to victims of crime; and also responds to crises in person or by telephone to community members and shelter residents. This position will primarily work Saturday and Sunday with 3 hours of mandatory supervision meetings during taking place during regular business hours.

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NACA has openings for Mental Health Specialist and Program Data Specialist

| February 18, 2020
NACA has openings for Mental Health Specialist and Program Data Specialist

Native Americans for Community Advocates has open positions for a Program Data Specialist and a Mental Health Specialist with the Reach UR Life program at NACA

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April 23 — CCC&Y to present Annual Prevention Conference — ‘Finding My Strength; Hope in Connection’

| February 18, 2020
April 23 — CCC&Y to present Annual Prevention Conference — ‘Finding My Strength; Hope in Connection’

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth will present its Annual Prevention Conference with the theme “Finding My Strength; Hope in Connection” on April 23, 2020 in Flagstaff.

Join us for developing personal missions in our work, being agents of change, equity & voice in our community, and hope through the scientific healing power of the heart.

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Education Spotlight: 2020 Viola Award Finalist for Excellence in Education — Shayne Smith. See more local education news here

| February 18, 2020
Education Spotlight: 2020 Viola Award Finalist for Excellence in Education — Shayne Smith. See more local education news here

Shayne Smith is currently the Director of Theater Arts and Bands at Flagstaff HighSchool. Shayne graduated with his Bachelor’s of Music from Ashland University in 2016 where he studied K-12 Music Education. He moved to Flagstaff in 2016 to begin teaching at Flagstaff High School in the Fall. As a Performing Arts Educator, Shayne strives to provide a safe space for his students to express their trust thought, feelings, and selves through several art mediums in an accepting, encouraging, and loving learning environment.

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Teachers plan to go to voters, not lawmakers, in search of more funding for public schools. See more Arizona legislative education news here

| February 18, 2020
Teachers plan to go to voters, not lawmakers, in search of more funding for public schools. See more Arizona legislative education news here

1,850 signs, one for each Arizona public school classroom without a certified teacher, greeted teachers and education advocates who came to Wesley Bolin Plaza at the state capitol to kick off Invest in Ed. A ballot initiative, supporters say will raise $940 million a year for K-12 classrooms.

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Interested in running for school board? Sign up for webinars. See more state education news here

| February 18, 2020
Interested in running for school board? Sign up for webinars. See more state education news here

The best way to guarantee a quality school in every Arizona community is a well-functioning, locally elected school board, so Arizona School Boards Association has created a series of webinars on school board service, with the first one coming up in two days.

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Best and worst schools: Which states get the best grade based on these education rankings? See more national education news here

| February 18, 2020
Best and worst schools: Which states get the best grade based on these education rankings? See more national education news here

The Common Core State Standards Initiative, implemented during the Obama administration, established a uniform set of expectations for American public school students from kindergarten through 12th grade. Still, the authority to establish budgets, standards, and curriculums for public school students falls largely to state governments – and partially as a result, education outcomes vary considerably across the country. 

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Connections Spotlight: CCC&Y’s monthly board meeting to be held on Feb. 24

| February 18, 2020
Connections Spotlight: CCC&Y’s monthly board meeting to be held on Feb. 24

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth will hold its next monthly board meeting from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24 at the County Health and Community Services Building, 2625 N. King St., Ponderosa Room, Flagstaff.

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Through Feb. 19 — BLOOM365 Trusted Adult Ally Training

| February 17, 2020
Through Feb. 19 — BLOOM365 Trusted Adult Ally Training

BLOOM365 will present “Trusted Adult Ally Training” in Phoenix through Feb. 19.

This 16 hour training prepares school and community stakeholders with the knowledge, confidence, tools and skills to alleviate the barriers to safety, well-being and support for young people who have experienced or witnesses interpersonal violence (teen dating abuse, domestic/sexual violence, gender-based violence, cyber-abuse) victimization.

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First Things First — Early Childhood Summit 2020 Call for Proposals due by Feb. 28

| February 11, 2020
First Things First — Early Childhood Summit 2020 Call for Proposals due by Feb. 28

There are three weeks left to submit your proposal for the 2020 Early Childhood Summit.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: February 28, 2020

Presenting at the First Things First Early Childhood Summit is a unique opportunity to share your knowledge, experience and ideas with a large and highly-engaged audience.

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