Dates: May 4-6, 2021
Times: 2:00 PM Eastern / 11:00 AM Pacific daily
CE Credit: 3 hours HRCI and SHRM
Nonprofits that work with America’s youth have unique talent management challenges that other employers may not. From hiring teens for summer programs to professionals equipped to work with youth who may have issues from trauma or other forms of adversity, youth services-oriented nonprofits need to approach talent with the necessary strategies that result in successful missions.
Join us for three hours of free virtual education presented over three days related to the needs of nonprofits that serve America’s youth. You can attend one or all the sessions.
Not a youth-oriented nonprofit? That’s okay. Feel free to attend if you think the subject matter can help you do what you do better.
(Each webinar is eligible for 1.00 HRCI and 1.00 SHRM credit.)
Child Safety and Employment Law
Date: Tues, May 4 @ 2:00 PM Eastern / 11:00 AM Pacific
The past twelve months has seen disruptive changes to employment law at the federal and state level. This has been very true for organizations that serve or employ youth. What changes are here to stay and what may slowly disappear as the pandemic shifts to our rearview mirror? Join our employment law expert as we discuss it all.
Speaker: Rachel Fendell Satinsky, Shareholder, Littler
Nonprofit Hiring – Ramping Back Up after COVID
Date: Wed, May 5 @ 2:00 PM Eastern / 11:00 AM Pacific
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many nonprofit employers to layoff or furlough staff. As states are beginning to re-open and restrictions are being removed, many nonprofits find themselves needing to recruit and hire staff for vacant positions as soon as possible. Hiring under normal conditions can be daunting, however hiring under these changing conditions, especially when it is many positions at once under time constraints can be especially overwhelming. Join us as our panel of nonprofit talent acquisition experts discuss best practices to embrace and pitfalls to avoid when rebuilding workforces.
Panel: Gretchen Deaton, Vice President of People Engagement and Experience, YMCA of Greater Kansas City; Kimberly Chochon, Partner, Sterling; Kimberly Willis, Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant, Weiser Innovations
Moderator: Benjamin Freedman, CEO, Weiser Innovations
Protecting Vulnerable Populations through Proper Talent Management
Date: Thurs, May 6 @ 2:00 PM Eastern / 11:00 AM Pacific
Many nonprofits provide services for vulnerable or traumatized populations. Staffing these missions requires effective screening, proactive supervision, and continued vigilance. Our panel of nonprofit practitioners joins us to share their experience and knowledge with their nonprofit peers to help others best serve these vulnerable populations.
Speakers: Mitru Ciarlante, Child Safety Director, Boys & Girls Clubs of America; Lori Huggins McGary, Pacific Safety Director, Boys & Girls Clubs of America