This fall, there's a professional development training available for staff in every area of your organization.
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The Providers' Council's 42nd Annual Convention & Expo will feature 34 workshops for all levels of staff.
The next Supervision Series will be held on the North Shore, and other professional development opportunities are available in Worcester and Boston.
Registration is now open for the Providers' Council convention, which brings more than 1,000 human services professionals and stakeholders to Boston each year.
The Council's online learning management system continues to expand to provide cost-effective education opportunities for members.
The Tuition Remission program allows human services employees to have tuition waived for certain undergraduate classes if space is available.
Nonprofit employees with federal student loans may be eligible for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
Finding a way to incorporate students into your workforce can lay the groundwork for future employees and create career ladders.
Applications are now available for the $10K Graduate Leadership Scholarship and the $4K Master of Public Administration scholarships offered in partnership with Suffolk and now Clark universities.
The awards, which recognize those who have had an impact on human services at every level, will be presented during the 42nd Annual Convention & Expo on September 25 in Boston.
The Providers' Council offers a number of member-exclusive webinars throughout the year, many of which are on topics requested by a member organization.
Presenters from communications agency Argus will present a marketing campaign designed to attract millennials to careers in the human services sector.
The convention draws more than 1,100 human services professionals to Boston each fall, and workshops are a chance to share your expertise with people at all levels of the industry.
The Council's education team has scheduled a number of new training opportunities around the state in April, May and early June.
This graduate-level program is tailored specifically to enhance the skills and knowledge of mid-career human service professionals.
The Council is seeking input from human services providers west of Worcester on adding a graduate-level certificate program in their region.
This popular six-week training helps strengthen leadership and communications skills.
Panelists, participants discuss new approaches to reaching potential employees, discuss challenges.
The Providers' Council is planning several trainings and events for March, including Conducting Effective Internal Investigations, a Certificate Program Information Session webinar, an Interrupting Racism training and an NASW Workplace Safety Training.
Representatives from Clark and Suffolk universities and the Providers' Council will answer questions about the graduate-level Certificate Program and application process.