This is the class through which we finalize our attendance and participation count. With 25 being the max attendees, we have a class of 25. This class allowed everyone to "Tell Their Story." What an emotional, but relieving, day.
CausesAdvocacy At-Risk Youth Autism Children & Youth Civic Engagement College Readiness Community Crisis Support Domestic Violence Financial Assistance General Service Health Homeless & Housing Human Rights Incarcerated, Formerly Incarcerated Literacy Mental Health Services Mentor Non-Profit Business Services Poverty & Basic Needs Professional Development Race & Ethnicity Research Veterans & Military Families Victims' Services Workforce Development
SkillsCoaching Communications First Aid/CPR Help w/People Human Resources Mentoring Office Work Research Statistical Analysis
CLASS 2: Co-teacher for Emory Dekalb.
This is a great opportunity to provide hope to families, who seek hope in dealing with a mentally ailing loved one. We have a full roster of people who are eager for answers. (Classes began on September 14, 2019 and run 12 consecutive Saturdays, excluding Thanksgiving weekend.) To confirm participation, you may contact D. Hiltman.