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Create Conversations that Excite, Motivate and Inspire!

  • 15 Feb 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PST)
  • Virtual (Zoom)

Registration

  • Non-members may attend this workshop for free. To earn one Continuing Education contact hour granted through the National Career Development Association, please register as "Non-member, with CE Credit" and submit $10 payment. Or, become a WCDA member ($25) and get CE credits for free all year long!
  • Non-members may earn one Continuing Education contact hour, granted through the National Career Development Association, by attending this workshop with $10 payment. To attend this workshop for free without CE credit, please register as "Non-member". Or, become a WCDA member ($25) and get CE credits for free all year long!
  • WCDA members may earn one Continuing Education contact hour, granted through the National Career Development Association, by attending this workshop--for free!

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Join the WCDA in our statewide webinar as we learn practical methods to engage clients in conversations that support personal change.

This event is free to all members and non-members! Continuing Education contact hours are granted through the National Career Development Association. Certificates of completion are free to members; non-members are invited to receive them for $10, or free with new membership ($25). There's no better time to join the WCDA! Email Chuck Zimchek for more information: victor.zimchek@cwu.edu .


About our Presenter:

Cal Crow co-founded the Center for Learning Connections, and is a past president of WCDA.  He has been a high school teacher and counselor, a community college program coordinator and instructor, a counselor educator, a career counselor in private practice, a trainer and a consultant.  He is a US Army veteran and holds a Ph.D. from Arizona State University. 

Dr. Crow was one of three individuals selected to revise the National Career Development Guidelines, and has designed and conducted numerous workshops related to education and career development.   Cal has consulted and trained in 41 states, 5 territories, Australia, Jamaica and Canada on a variety of topics.  He has worked in twenty jails and prisons, ten children’s psychiatric facilities, and received numerous awards for his contributions in these areas.   

Cal’s focus is helping individuals identify and actuate their strengths, skills, talents, interests and dreams.  He is intrigued by Appreciative Inquiry:  In every person, something is working.  Our job is to help them find it and create more of it.  Individuals living in society’s margins are untapped resources to be developed rather than problems to be corrected or “fixed.” 

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