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From First Nature Moments to Life-long Career
Julio Soria and Vianey Moreno
60 minutes
Date: August 22, 2019
Webinar Recording

Community Nature Connection engages youth to develop leaders through professional development and career advancement. Learn about strategies you can implement in your community.

Julio Soria has a ten year history of introducing youth to conservation and sustainability. As the Youth Leadership Programs Manager for Community Nature Connection he works on creating opportunities to get youth into the outdoors while exposing them to careers in conservation, parks, and interpretation.

Vianey Moreno is an alumni of the Community Nature Connection youth leadership series. She began as a participant in Naturalist Explorers and is now employed as a Lead Naturalist where she leads her own cohorts of youth.


Non-member price: $35.00
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From Great Interpreter to Great Supervisor
Jose Luis Chavez and Juliann Chavez
90 minutes
Date: April 30, 2019
Webinar Recording

Participants will identify the skills needed to transition from front-line interpreterto a leadership position. This is just the beginning of your journey.

For the past 10 years, Jose has held the position of Nature Center Manager at Reedy Creek with Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation. During this time, he has honed his interpretive skills and leadership skills through formal trainings like NPRA – Supervisor Management School and mentorship programs within his Department. He also has served NAI as Regional Director of the Sunny Southeast, chair the Advisory Council and as a member of the National Board of Directors.

Since 2007, Juliann Chavez has worked for Discovery Place Science in roles that range from front line interpreter to her current position as Director of Public Experiences. Juliann went through CIG training in 2009 and then shortly following, became a CIG Trainer. She utilizes her training to certify staff each year to help them develop great interpretive programming for the museum.


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WEB043019B4/30/2019 12:00:00 AM
Future-proofing the Interpretive Plan Process
Cynthia Roberts and Kate Aitchison
60 minutes
Date: April 30, 2019
Webinar Recording

Analyzing future-proofing strategies for organizations or sites, this webinar will explore techniques to build-in the capacity to be responsive to the changing needs of visitors and the varying social contexts through the interpretive planning process.

Kate Aitchison and Cynthia Roberts are interpretive planners at Haley Sharpe Design, an international design firm in the museum and heritage sector. Through their work, they provide strategic leadership on the design, development and delivery of interpretive programs, policies and initiatives that shape the implementation of cultural projects internationally.


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WEB043019C4/30/2019 12:00:00 AM
Redefining Interviews: Landing the Best New Employee
Sarena Gill and Kevin Wright
90 minutes
Date: March 26, 2019
Webinar Recording

Struggling with finding the right interview equation to determine the best candidates to hire? This informative and interactive session explores multiple interviewing techniques to add to your hiring toolbox.

Kevin and Sarena have over 25 years of experience in the field of interpretation, combined. During that time, they have been in hiring manager positions and learned that creative techniques for interviewing candidates increases success in finding the best applicants.


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WEB0326193/26/2019 12:00:00 AM
Show Me The Money
Becky Lambert
60 minutes
Date: February 26, 2019
Webinar Recording

Planning for the financial success of a program takes creativity and imagination along with planning and a little math. A sound financial plan provides insight into events and programs. During this session, we will work together to build a budget that accounts for all foreseeable expenses.

Becky has been in the non-formal education field for over 20 years. She has a Ms.Ed. and an M.B.A. along with a C.I.T. credential and Lean Certification. Often referred to as budget Becky, she sees the need and value in sound financial planning for interpretive programs and events.


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