Youth@Work 2021 - Empowering Changemakers

Youth@Work 2021 - Empowering Changemakers

Race, Equity, & Access

Programs & approaches used to ensure equity in program access, design, and delivery. Effective Programs and practices to combat inequality.

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Experts speaking about Race, Equity, & Access

Talks related to Race, Equity, & Access

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Opening Keynote: Brandon Leake, winner of America’s Got Talent Season 15

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Workshop Round 1: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Where does it begin?

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Welcome Luncheon Reception - A conversation with Bob Lanter, Matt Hidalgo, Arel Moodie & Jessica Janniere

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Inauguration Discussion with Bob Lanter, CWA, Chris Andresen, Dutko Government Relations, Kris Stadelman, NOVA, & Eric Flores, CWA

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Workshop Round 2: Emotional Intelligence Tools for Equity: ‘I Delta O’ and 24/7

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Workshop Round 3: ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT OPPRESSION AS A BARRIER TO EMPLOYMENT?

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Workshop Round 3: Empowered Equity and Diversity in the Workplace Workshop

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Workshop Round 3: Career EDGE

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Workshop Round 3: Community Change Careers and the California Youth Leadership Corps

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Day 3: Opening "Be the Author of Your Own Destiny" - Eric Majette, Executive Director, The African American Cultural Heritage Collection, LLC & The Living Testimony Foundation, Inc

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Workshop Round 4: Youth Apprenticeships in Careers with Children & Families

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Dwight Brydie Scholarship Awards Luncheon - Hosted by Eric Majette, Executive Director, The African American Cultural Heritage Collection, LLC.

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Day 4: Morning Plenary - 7 Keys to Bounce Back with Dr. Dara Lemite, Inspirational Jazz Flautist

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Workshop Round 5: IT'S NOT HIGH WAGE HIGH GROWTH BUT IT CAN CHANGE THE WORLD! HELPING YOUTH CONSIDER CAREERS AS SOCIAL CHANGE AGENTS!

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Workshop Round 5: The Bay Area TAY Workforce Initiative: Collaborative Approaches and a State-Wide Waiver designed to Increase Systems-Involved Youth Access to WIOA Programs and Services

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