Webinar: How to Build and Sustain the Communication Pipeline with Young Adults
How to Build & Sustain the Communication
Pipeline with Young Adults
Recruiting and appealing to young adults ages 18-24 can be challenging for a multitude of reasons. In this webinar, Vanessa Logan describes her unique “boots on the ground” approach for how to build trust with marginalized young adults and consequently is able to provide them with tools to develop self-sufficiency. Integrated into her approach is the essential building of healthy relationship skills with pregnant and parenting youth, empowering them to successfully parent or even co-parent when no longer together.
With a heart for people, Vanessa identifies critical needs of the under-served and builds bridges by partnering with organizations and community initiatives to uncover resources and move others toward economic mobility and self-sufficiency. Vanessa has a voice in the community for what makes a community thrive: its people.
Through the example of Vanessa Logan, webinar attendees will learn to:
Recruit young adults 18-24 years old into Healthy Relationship programming;
Build trust with them in order to provide tools to help them build Healthy Relationships; and
Navigate and empower 18-24-year-olds through obstacles that often get them off track when working towards their life goals.
Presenters:Vanessa Logan, Founder of “N.E.S.S.A in Your Neighborhood,” Navigate, Explore, Serve, Sustain and Advocate, Spartanburg, South Carolina
Who should attend:Social Workers and staff workers in Community Action Agencies, Community Health, University Extension, Non-profit and Church organizations, Alternative High School educators, corrections, homeless youth programs, fatherhood/pregnant/parenting youth programs, any others working with risk-immersed youth
When:Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 4:00 pm Eastern/1:00 pm Pacific