Kids at Hope University-Professional Development Series

Kids at Hope University is the training arm of Kids at Hope. It offers a series of trainings, classes, seminars, symposiums, institutes, on line courses and workshops all designed to support the success of all children, No Exceptions.

For more information contact Kids at Hope:
Kim Heredia, Director of Administration
602 674 0026
Toll Free 866 275 HOPE
kim@kidsathope.org or visit www.kidsathope.org

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Current Trainings:

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Train the Trainer Certification Academy 8:30 am
Train the Trainer Certification Academy @ Lena Dunn Elementary School
Oct 31 @ 8:30 am – Nov 1 @ 4:30 pm
Beyond all theory, research, evaluations, and practices one significant question remains: Why do some children succeed and others fail? As importantly, what can we do about it?  The answer to these questions can transform society[...]
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Kids at Hope Week
Kids at Hope Week
Nov 6 – Nov 10 all-day
Kids at Hope Week
Kids at Hope Week Hope, Hope, Hooray! November 6-10, 2017 How do you best celebrate Kids at Hope in your school/organization/community? How do people know that Kids at Hope is Believed and Practiced there? Let[...]
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Time Traveler Summit 9:30 am
Time Traveler Summit @ Estrella Mountain Community College
Nov 7 @ 9:30 am – 1:30 pm
Time Traveler Summit @ Estrella Mountain Community College | Avondale | Arizona | United States
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Train the Trainer Certification Academy 8:30 am
Train the Trainer Certification Academy
Nov 15 @ 8:30 am – Nov 16 @ 4:30 pm
Beyond all theory, research, evaluations, and practices one significant question remains: Why do some children succeed and others fail? As importantly, what can we do about it?  The answer to these questions can transform society[...]
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Testimonials

Applying a proven system like Kids at Hope is essential for organizations that work with children to nurture and sustain a culture of collaboration, trust, learning, and high expectations.
Tom PhilionDean Roosevelt University College of Education