Knowing Who Your Are
Thrusday,April 17, 5:30 - 9 p.m.
Saturday, April 19, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.(Must attend both Sessions)
Dinner and Lunch Provided.
NOTE: This special session is open to all foster and adoptive parents, CASA volunteers and interested social service professionals.
The KWYA process is a 3-part process that must be completed in the following order:
1. Watch the 20 minute KWYA video.
2. Complete the web-based e-learning (it will take 5-6 hours to complete). This is a requirement before you can attend the two-day training.
3. Attend the two-day training.
What is the Purpose of Knowing Who You Are?
When young people grow up in foster care and are raised apart from their natural families, they often lose connections to their ethnic heritage.
This is true for all youth, not just youth of color. Knowing Who You Are (KWYA) gives participants the tools they need to begin courageous conversations to help youth in care on their ethnic and cultural journey.
What is Knowing Who You Are ?
KWYA is a process for helping those in the child welfare field promote the racial and ethnic identity of youth in care, while giving them some skills/activities to do with others on their own racial and ethnic identity journey.
Foster parents will receive 20 hours of foster parent training for completing this training. Professional CEUs are also available.
Held at the Cook Inlet Tribal Council
3600 San Jeronimo Drive, Suite 286
Anchorage, AK 99508
Call 279-1799 to register or for more information.