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Youth Work Learning Center

 

The Youth Work Learning Center is an education, research and staff development resource for child and youth workers. With our partner, the Wisconsin Association of Child and Youth Care Professionals, we provide relevant, high-quality services for people who work with youth – empowering them to implement the most effective programs possible.

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Many participants take online and in-house continuing education and credit courses to enhance their skills in a variety of areas such as residential group care, community youth, after-school programming and foster care.

All youth workers, whether they are called childcare workers, youth development workers, foster parents, house parents, mental health workers or other titles, require a common base of knowledge and skills.

The Center is a leading provider of training, education and research. Our goal is to provide the youth care profession with the highest quality educational experiences, and remain the leader in research and development in the youth work field.

 

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  Program Areas  
Advanced Seminars
Credit Courses
Master's in Youth Work - a Concentration in Cultural Foundations of Education
 
  Certificates  
Youth Work Credit Certificate for UWM Degree Seeking Students
 
  Courses  

Afterschool/School-Age Curricular Framework Training

4 Tue.: Oct. 14-Nov. 4

2 Sat.: Oct. 18 and Oct. 25

  Dates To Be Announced  
Burnout Prevention for Youth Workers
Guiding Children's Behaviors in Afterschool/School-Age Programs Training
Noncredit: Foundations in Afterschool and Youth Development
Risk and Resiliency Factors in Youth
Working With Youth of Color
Working with Transgender Youth
Youth Work in Out-of-Home Care
 
  Resources  
  Osher Scholarships
  Publications
  Staff Development and Technical Assistance
 
For more information, contact:
Quinn Wilder, qwild@uwm.edu, 414-227-3172
Cheryl  Baldwin, Assistant Professor/Director, baldwic@uwm.edu, 414-227-3180
 

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