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OJJDP's Online University Offering Tribal Community Partnerships Training

April 17, 2014

DOE logoOJJDP’s Online University is offering training for professionals and staff who work in programs for tribal youth. “Introduction to Community Collaborative Partnerships” is online training on how to establish and improve collaborative partnerships in Native communities that support tribal youth programs. A learning certificate is available upon completion of the course. OJJDP’s Online University will release two additional courses later this year that will look at effective community partnerships to create alternatives to the detention of tribal youth.

Resources:

Register for the Online University to access this course and others.

View the marketing video for this course.

Learn more about OJJDP-funded programs for tribal youth.