Professional Development

Do you work with youth in Saint Paul? These trainings and network discussions are for you!

Quality program features

Quality youth programs are the intersection of quality program features, engaged youth, and youth worker expertise. Professional development opportunities brought to you through our network partners are designed to support these three elements.

Workshops marked with are sponsored by Sprockets and are no cost to those working with St. Paul Youth.  Others are on behalf of other organizations.  If fees apply, that will be noted near the registration link.

Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

Merriam Park Library


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Community Introduction to Restorative Practices

Led by community circle keepers and social justice leaders Sharon Goens-Bradley and Dominique Diaddigo-Cash and hosted by the St. Paul Federation of Teachers and St. Paul Public Schools Restorative Practice team, families are warmly invited to join us for an evening of experiential learning in circle process and restorative practices. Families will have opportunity to learn about year 1 of restorative practice implementation in 6 of our St. Paul Public School sites- Maxfield Elementary, Riverview West Side School of Excellence, American Indian Magnet School, Farnsworth Aerospace Upper School, Murray Middle School and Johnson High School- and learnings that will guide the addition of 3 more pilot sites for the coming school year. Dinner will be provided.

Circle Keepers: Sharon Goens-Bradley and Dominique Diaddigo-Cash

Hosted by: St. Paul Federation of TEachers and SPPS Public Schools Restorative Practice Team


Partner Trainings

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