Date(s) - May 18, 2022
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Register at: https://howardcenter.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9VeM0Q--QcOIil1ADQq6qQ
CGVT is please to share this upcoming webinar hosted by the Howard Center as part of the Marna and Stephen Wise Tulin Community Education Series.
Vermont is one of the least diverse states in the nation. With that as our starting point, how can Vermont attract more people with diverse backgrounds and help them find community so they decide to stay? Join a panel of professionals working to promote diversity and equity in area businesses and institutions to hear about lessons they’ve learned in the workplace, and how those lessons can be applied to make the Green Mountain State more welcoming and inclusive.
About The Marna and Stephen Wise Tulin Community Education Series: In 2015, Howard Center began offering a free and open to the public, spring and fall community education series as part of our mission and service to the community. Sessions include presentations, panel discussions, and film screenings with rich conversation followed by a Q & A. Presenters and discussants are subject matter experts, service providers, and community members with lived experience exploring topics like the opioid epidemic, trauma, suicide risk and prevention, autism, policing, mental illness and recovery, disability, peer support, transgender, and sleep, to name a few. Our community education series emphasizes our commitment to our community by helping to educate, inform, reduce stigma, and increase awareness about a variety of current topics. We recognize that through education, we can help to shape a more compassionate and engaged community. During COVID we began offering virtual Zoom webinars. Presentations are videotaped and available in an archive at www.howardcenter.org.