Working with Community Advisory Groups and Youth Leadership Councils Webinar

1.00 hr
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OAH

TPP Program grantees are expected to implement strategies outlined in Strategies Guided by Best Practices for Community Mobilization and to establish or work with an existing Community Advisory Group (CAG) and Youth Leadership Council (YLC) to lead community mobilization efforts. This webinar discusses strategies for planning, implementing, and maintaining a CAG and YLC, and provides resources that support this work.

Speaker(s):

  • Jaclyn Ruiz, Public Health Advisor, Office of Adolescent Health
  • Brandon Stratford, Research Scientist, Child Trends, Inc.
  • Tom Klaus, Principal, Tom Klaus & Associates, Adjunct Faculty, College of Business and Leadership, Eastern University
  • Robyn McLymont, Division Director, OIC of South Florida

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify at least one strategy for planning a Community Advisory Group (CAG) and/or Youth Leadership Council (YLC) 
  • Identify at least one strategy for implementing a CAG/ YLC 
  • Identify at least one strategy for maintaining a CAG/YLC over time
  • Identify an appropriate OAH resource or toolkit that can be used to guide planning, implementing and maintaining a CAG/YLC 
  • Describe OAH’s expectations regarding the coordination of a CAG/YLC

Time: 1 hour

Certificate of Completion: No