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Tuesday, October 22 • 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Community Service. Who's Serving Whom?

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Myself & my partner Mr Juan Carter would tagteam for a 60 minute session on the importance of serving your community and community engagement. This will be done a mini breakout sessions with reverse role-playing. We will talk about best practices used in the city of Providence in the state of Rhode Island where we both work and community engagement Mr. Carter with the non-violence Institute as a director of the street worker program and myself as a CEO and founder of my own nonprofit A Sweet Creation Youth Organization. We have travel throughout New England and beyond both as co-advisers of the NAACP youth and college chapters in Providence Rhode Island and myself as the new England area conference advisor for the NAACP youth and college encouraging and empowering our young people in those in their community to serve others work together and break the chains that bind us. Those who participate in will get a brief synopsis of what we both do,some practical practices and scenarios in which they can break out into groups of either 2/4 they will be given a brief outline of the scenario in which they will have to engage with you with each other and present to the whole entire group. These scenarios will be based on different experiences that we’ve had traveling around to other states serving other communities. Those in our group will have constant contact with us if they have any further questions or need any further assistance.

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Pilar Mccloud

CEO, A Sweet Creation Youth Org
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Juan Carter

President, A Sweet Creation Youth Organization
Juan Carter is born and raised in Providence in a housing complex known as Lockwood Plaza. From the late 80s to the early 2000s, the neighborhood was known for drug dealing and street violence. Growing up in a two parent household with an older sister; there were lots of positive... Read More →

Tuesday October 22, 2019 12:30pm - 1:00pm EDT

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