NEST CURRICULUM TEACHER/STAFF TRAINING
October 21 & 22, 2019
Nishima Chudasama // email@example.com // 617.710.2147 (Please feel free to call or text).
Directions: Click on the marker on the map below for directions.
DAY 1: Monday, Oct. 21, 2019 | 8:00am - 4:00pm
DAY 2: Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019 | 8:00am - 11:00am
Address: Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Educational Services Division
1820 Pearl St. Bldg A, Carrollton, TX 75006
Parking Info: Plenty of street parking is available in front of the school.
Entry Info: Please bring a valid ID.
Please enter your information by October 4th, 2019 below if you plan to attend the Nest Training:
About THE TRAINER
Amy Collins // Nest Trainer
Amy Collins, MAT, is the Coordinator of Illuminate, a program dedicated to violence prevention at Portland State University. Amy has been a consultant and trainer for the NEST Foundation since 2015 providing curriculum development and trainings for more than 70 teachers, counselors, and school resource officers in high schools across the nation. She is the Student Empowerment Consultant for a World Childhood Foundation grant to implement a High School Situational Prevention Approach in Portland Public School District.
With 20 years of experience in the field of social justice, health promotion, and violence prevention, Amy is a national expert on violence prevention and student empowerment programming. She provides consulting to professionals related to the prevention of sexual violence and youth empowerment at Harvard University, University of California Los Angeles, Oregon Bar Association "Times Up Oregon" Conference, Portland Public School District, and Dallas and Austin Texas School District.
Amy specializes in crafting creative programming to influence behavioral and social change. She understands that transformation comes through personal connection and the communication of understanding and empathy. Amy lectures and trains widely in the U.S. on the promotion of equity and violence prevention, and the many intersections of identities in this work. She strives to do social justice work with intellectual humility and the recognition that we are all in the process of learning.
Thank you for attending the training! Please complete the survey linked upon completion of the training.
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