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Workforce Development Fall In-person Workshop: Cultivating Genius in an Equitable Society

Networking opportunity with lunch provided

Healthy Child Development

Registration Closed


Workforce Development would like to invite King County early childhood providers to our first in-person workshop and networking lunch since our lives shifted in 2020!

The workshop, Cultivating Genius in an Equitable Society, by Dr. Debra Sullivan, will include a discussion on:

  • Black Cultural Capital and the Black community
  • Challenges of dominance, privilege, prejudice, and oppression
  • Humanizing principles

This half-day event includes a lunch preceded by the workshop. Attendees will have the opportunity to take home Dr. Sullivan’s book, Cultivating the Genius of Black Children.

Please see below for more event details:

  • Open to: King County Providers, at no cost
  • When: Thursday, October 19th from 11.30 AM - 4.30 PM
  • Where: Bellevue College, U-Building (Rooms 312 & 313)

**Face masks are highly encouraged - OR - may be required (per CDC guidelines) at the time of the event.**

This event is for providers only. No childcare available.

STARS credits are offered for this workshop.