Kids at Hope in conjunction with Arizona State University Sanford School of Social & Family Dynamics annually sponsors the Youth Development Master’s Institute. The week long institute attracts world leaders in the fields of child and youth development, education, law enforcement, juvenile justice, child welfare, and health. The institute is recognized for its exciting keynote speakers, workshops, site visits and the latest information about hope, optimism, success, and resiliency.

General Registration:  $1,500  REGISTER TODAY

One or Two Day Master’s Seminar: $295 Monday only/$225 Tuesday only/$450 both days ($70 savings) SEMINAR REGISTRATION

Attend Monday and/or Tuesday only to hear our exciting keynote speakers – Monday includes the Dean’s Recognition Luncheon honoring Erin Gruwell

Master’s Institute Agenda 2017

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Institute Venue:

Embassy Suites Phoenix Scottsdale
4415 E. Paradise Village Parkway South
Phoenix, AZ 85032

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Continuing Education Units

3 Continuing Education Units are available through Arizona State University to participants who attend the entire week.

Contact Us

Questions about the institute?  Contact Kim Heredia, Director of Administration, at kim@kidsathope.org or (602) 674-0026

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Testimonials

Hearing Rick Miller speak and reading his book, which I keep on my bench, was very eye opening and altered, for the better, how I view the world. I use his Kids at Hope philosophy in court when dealing with kids and parents. I also use his philosophy and keep it in mind when dealing with my own kids and with other adults in my personal life. I also believe that this philosophy will help me when I move to the criminal bench.
Hon. Bradley AstrowskySuperior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County