CFLE Conversations: One-Hour Online Networking Sessions

September 22, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm
CT
Free for CFLEs
Location
Online via Zoom

All active Certified Family Life Educators (CFLEs) are invited to attend a series of one-hour online networking sessions that will provide an opportunity for CFLEs who work in specific areas (healthcare, military, Extension, early childhood, hospice, schools, adoption/foster care, aging services, parenting education, and more), to connect with each other. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss challenges and successes and to share ideas, tips, and advice.

“I always leave these groups feeling excited and energized!”
- Stacey Taylor, CFLE-P

“It has been great to connect with others in the CFLE field and those specifically working with domestic violence survivors, marginalized populations, and those doing home visits. My formal education was excellent and still, there are some things we can only learn in the field. What a wonderful resource we have with our CFLE Conversations.”
- Kimberly Leach, CFLE-P

Seats at each conversation are limited to about 15 to keep the group small and facilitate discussion.

See below to reserve a seat at an upcoming date.

CFLEs Working in Academia – Focus on Internships
Thursday, Sept. 22, 2:00 – 3:00 pm CT

These events are free to all current CFLEs. Each session is led by a facilitator and the format will be open discussion. The meetings are not recorded.

If you are interested in meeting with other CFLEs working in your area, and/or would like to be a session facilitator, contact Dawn Cassidy at [email protected].

 

CFLEs Working in Academia – Focus on Internships

Thursday, Sept. 22, 2:00 – 3:00 pm CT

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Facilitator: Dorothy Berglund, Ph.D., CFLE

CFLEs working in academic face unique challenges when identifying appropriate internship settings and connecting students. Join this CFLE Conversation with other CFLEs in academia to discuss the topic of internships.

Dorothy Berglund, Ph.D., CFLE, is the department chair of psychology and Family Science and professor of Family Science at Mississippi University for Women, a regional, comprehensive public university. In addition to teaching classes in human sexuality, child advocacy, family crisis, statistics, and research methods, she has served as the instructor for their professional courses, including professional issues in Family science, pre-internship orientation, and internship. Dorothy has served as a member of the CFLE Academic Program Review Committee and is currently the chair of the CFLE Advisory Board.

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More dates and topics to be announced.

The CFLE credential, provided by NCFR is recognized in the U.S. and Canada as a professional standard for Family Life Education professions. Learn about the benefits of certification.