9:00 am - 12:00 pm
VIRTUAL: Walking in Purpose
The Walking in Purpose training facilitates OST staff through activities, discussion and exercises that help them define purpose as it relates to their life and the out-of-school time program space.
Participants will discuss the importance of understanding where they come from in terms of culture and values. Participants will discover where they are going in terms of direction and vision through guided exercises that examine destiny and attitude. By the end of the training, participants will use this newfound knowledge to make a plan to help youth discover and follow their purpose.
Upon successful completion of this training, the participant will earn 3 clock hours (.3 CEUs) of training.
- Analyze where they come from in terms of culture and values through guided exercises
- Examine direction and vision through guided exercises
- Design a plan to help youth discover and follow their purpose
Core Competencies Addressed
Core Knowledge Area – Professional Development and Leadership:
7.B: Integrate Reflective Practices and Critical Perspectives on Personal Performance, including Goal Setting – Entry Level
B1: Respond positively and maturely to constructive criticism
B2: Value performance improvement
Primary QIS Scales Addressed
Item 1: Staff supports at least some contributions or accomplishments of youth by acknowledging what they’ve said or done with specific, non-evaluative language
Item 3: Staff is almost always actively involved with youth
Promoting responsibility and leadership
Demonstrate positive group management style