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LINCS Community Events for the Week of 4/26/2021

Hosted Discussion: Element 4 of the Career Pathways Toolkit: Identify Funding Needs and Sources (Asynchronous Discussion)

Description: Special guest, Michael Westover, Director of College and Career Success at 1199C Training and Upgrading Fund, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in identifying and strategically using WIOA and other funds to develop career pathways programming. Community members are encouraged to join in on the conversation and ask questions.

Date/Time: Monday, April 26 – Friday, April 30 (asynchronous discussion)

Discussion Group: Career Pathways

How can you participate? Log in and visit the Career Pathways group to share your views in the discussion (to create a LINCS account, click here)


Live Session:  A Conversation on Career Pathways After Incarceration

Description: Join Arthur Bishop as we explore the career pathways for men and women inside and outside of our correctional settings.

Date/Time: Tuesday, April 27, 4:00 – 5:00pm ET (Live session)

Discussion Groups: Career Pathways & Correctional and Reentry Education

How can you participate? Register to attend A Conversation on Career Pathways After Incarceration event here


Live Session:  Art and Climate Justice

Description: Join our April Coffee Break: Art and Climate Justice. Let's celebrate this month exploring a work of art that relates to a particular culture’s understanding of the environment and its connections to contemporary climate justice activism. Let's discuss other ways of incorporating art in science curricula and possible projects that might be born of such inclusion.

Date/Time: Wednesday, April 28, 3:00 – 4:00pm ET (live session)

Discussion Groups: Science

How can you participate? Register to attend the Art and Climate Justice event here