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December Sandbox: Health and Wellness

Register now for this upcoming sandbox event.

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Diversity and Cultural Awareness

Diversity and cultural awareness explores the importance of developing a diverse, equitable, and ethical workplace. To instill an innovative and progressive workplace, it is important that leaders consider how to instill diversity into the organizational culture. This course will cover the following four areas:

  • Defining culture, diversity, and inclusion;

· Designing an inclusive environment for your organization both internally and externally;

  • Managing community outreach; and
  • Creating an ethical organization.

This course is one component of NRPA’s Leadership Certificate Program.

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Environmental Maintenance: Global Impact and Your Agency

This webinar will provide information to help park and recreation professionals make decisions and choose products and improved practices that benefit the environment and support positive impacts on your agency, your community and the world.

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EPACT: Your COVID-19 Response

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, park and recreation departments have had to make changes to processes, programming and facilities to protect their community members and staff. The "new normal" means ensuring all processes align with guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as state and local governments to keep everyone safe! Join us for this 60-minute webinar, in which we will explore how ePACT can help with your COVID-19 response and provide you with tools to diminish contact and promote physical distancing.

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Equity in Essential Services

Learn how park and recreation professionals support the needs of the most vulnerable by providing essential services within their communities. Across the nation, park and recreation professional support the needs of the most vulnerable by meeting them where they are to address challenges to homelessness, food insecurity and stigma. Now, that same innovation and strength is being used to address challenges specific to the global COVID-19 pandemic on a local level, demonstrating to all how essential the field of parks and recreation is.

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Equity in Practice - What to Expect?

At NRPA, we believe that equity must be at the center of all we do. Park and recreation professionals are a critical lever for addressing historical and systemic inequities; yet there are gaps in the field about what equity has to do with parks and recreation and how we can serve as agents for change in our communities.

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Equity in Practice: Feedback from the Field

We want to hear from you! Join NRPA's education staff and Vice President of Education and Chief Equity Officer Autumn Saxton-Ross to learn more about the organization's diversity, equity and inclusion resources and provide feedback on the engagement plan and learning opportunities that will be available for members.

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Expect the Unexpected: FEMA's Emergency Management Courses

The Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA's) Emergency Management Institute (EMI) provides opportunities for free education. Join this webinar to learn more about EMI's variety of training topics as well as how to connect to the free distance learning and in-person learning opportunities provided through EMI and how to access other FEMA resources.

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Great Expectations: Can Revenue Goals and Equity Co-Exist?

The roots of the recreation profession lie in the Playground Movement of the mid-1890s. We were a social service created to keep children safe, but today we are asked to be a service that recovers all or part of its costs, while still providing a level of social services - can these expectations co-exist? During this session, we will review how to identify and address community needs, tackle cost-recovery goals and meet the mandate for equity in services. These two mandates can co-exist if a relevant service is provided based on planning, market segmentation, competition analysis and financial performance monitoring.

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Great Urban Parks Campaign

NRPA, in collaboration with the American Planning Association (APA), created the Great Urban Parks Campaign to improve environmental and social outcomes in underserved communities through promoting and advancing green infrastructure stormwater management projects within parks. Green infrastructure uses natural processes to slow the flow of and filter water to protect and restore clean and healthy waterways. Additionally, it is an efficient way to increase community resilience by addressing stormwater runoff, reducing localized flooding, and increasing biodiversity and wildlife habitat while simultaneously providing communities increased access to recreational opportunities and to nature

This subscription provides you instant access to all previous and upcoming webinars related to this important campaign.

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