Youth M.O.V.E. National & Georgetown launch community of practice for young adults

March 20, 2015


Georgetown University’s National Technical Assistance Center for Children’s Mental Health and Youth M.O.V.E. National are excited to announce the launch of a Community of Practice to specifically support young professionals who are utilizing their personal lived experience in social systems in the workplace. 

This growing group of young professionals can find a national network to share ideas, build resources and find support, both personally and professionally.

A bit more about the Community of Practice follows:

Calling Young Professionals – Join us in the Launch of a Community of Practice for Young Adults Utilizing Lived Experience Professionally

  • Who: Young adults with lived systems experience who are using this experience in a professional capacity (whether your job requires lived experience or not!) – Youth Peer Support Specialist, Youth Coordinators, Youth Advocates and more!
  • What Join a Community of Practice designed to support peer-to-peer professional development by sharing our experiences (both personally and professionally) to support joint problem solving and exploration of strategies via shared learning and decision-making, all while fostering relationships.
  • Why: This Community extends across systems and geography, fostering virtual connections in a self-sustaining, peer led environment. Find support personally and professionally, help gather and develop resources and share ideas and best practices.

Save the Date:

Launch Call April 9 1:00 pm EDT
Click Here to Register 

You’ll be invited to join in on the Practice Groups of your choosing:
Personal & Professional Self Development
Youth Peer Support
Youth Engagement Strategies
Leadership & Skill Building

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