The workshops cover range of issues including cultural competency, intercultural communication, and partnership building. The workshop series provides basic understanding of the culture, history, demographics, and contemporary experience of immigrant communities in Minnesota.
These interactive sessions comment on challenges that immigrant communities in Minnesota are experiencing. Most importantly, the guidelines are tailored to the targeted audience with a view of providing them with the best practices to educators, service providers and policymakers on how to engage immigrant and refugee communities.
About the Instructor
Dr. Adams has Bachelors in Science in Social Science and Psychology and a Masters in Counseling Psychology and a PhD in Educational Administration and Policy. Dr. Adams has worked variety of institutions been working for numerous higher education institutions and universities as well as other organizations for over 20 years as an academic dean, counselor, lecturer and researcher.
He has presented at several conferences on education, healthcare, intercultural communication, and experiences of immigrant communities to educators and service providers. Additionally, Dr. Adam has been serving on the board of directors of several community-based organizations.
The cost per participant is $250 per person. The participant gets fully registered with a 50 % down payment, followed by four (4) easy payments of $30.00 each. Corporations pay $2,500, the total price for a minimum of 10 participants.
1 Sessions of 2 hours.