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Virtual Engagement: Connecting from a Distance (Rescheduled)

  • 29 Jul 2020
  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Virtual Meeting
  • 30

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With minimal in-person, face to face time we are relying heavily on video conferencing as a way to connect both personally and professionally. We know that building relationships and connectedness is key to the social and emotional supports that we all need right now, however, this doesn’t always translate in these virtual platforms. This interactive Zoom Meeting will model a variety of Zoom features, web-based tools and engagement techniques that bring fun and connection to online meetings. Be prepare to be hands on and engaged!

As the Sprockets Network and Quality Coordinator, Jocelyn Wiedow brings together people and programs from across St. Paul with the shared goal of helping young people succeed. It’s a perfect fit for someone with more than 20 years of experience in coordinating and directing youth and family programs across the Twin Cities. Jocelyn melds her past experience and knowledge of the OST field to support youth workers to strengthen skills around youth work practices, evaluative thinking and data utilization. Jocelyn has her Master’s Degree in Public Nonprofit Administration and an Individualized Studies Bachelor of Arts Degree focusing on Community Program Management.

Sprockets is a network of after-school and summer programs for youth in Saint Paul, MN. The network is committed to improving the quality, availability, equity and effectiveness of out-of-school time learning for all youth through the collaborative and innovative efforts of community organizations, government, schools and other partners.

This is a free event for members. Register as a member for free for a limited time! Virtual meeting details will be sent in a reminder email one week prior to the event.

AEA Competencies
This webinar will help develop your evaluator competencies in the areas of:

  • 5. INTERPERSONAL DOMAIN—focuses on human relations and social interactions.
  • 3. CONTEXT DOMAIN—focuses on understanding the unique circumstances, multiple perspectives, and changing settings of evaluations and their users/stakeholders.
  • 3.1. Responds respectfully to the uniqueness of the evaluation context.


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