This webinar will provide an introduction to Social Current and COA Accreditation. Participants will gain an understanding of the key concepts that define COA Accreditation, the steps toward becoming accredited, and the benefits of accreditation.
This webinar series explores the many dimensions of the Black woman in the workplace. During this session, panelists share some experiences around risk taking, courage, and authenticity. Participants will learn strategies for navigating responsibilities that often seem biased and unjust. This session also will discuss how to emphasize your own well-being and self-care.
Experienced librarians and other Social Current staff and partners with subject matter expertise provide professionals in the nonprofit social services sector with timely and useful information solutions. This includes on-demand, 24/7 access to thousands of online knowledge and resource assets, full-text articles, journals and publications, and real-world policies and procedures from social services organizations. Join the Knowledge and Insights Center team for this session. They’ll provide an overview of services, instructions for using the online resources portal, and tips and tricks that make information searches and usage easier.
In this conversational webinar, Dr. Sarah Kastelic (Alutiiq), executive director of the National Indian Child Welfare Association, will review the history of ICWA, the mechanisms it uses to keep Native children connected to the people and places they come from, and the continued need for strong ICWA protections to support Native children and families today. Dr. Kastelic will discuss with Social Current President and CEO Jody Levison-Johnson and webinar attendees what tribal sovereignty means, explore how ICWA is connected to tribal sovereignty and why opponents of ICWA are seeking to dismantle tribal rights, and share what you can do today to stand up for the rights of Native children and families and protect tribal sovereignty.