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Last Wellness Wednesday: “Sustaining Resilience Through the Storms of Life” | Ka‘au Program – May 4, 2022 | 2:00 – 3:00 PM

The pandemic has created collective stress, disruption, and loss to all our lives. Resilience is how we cope in the face of these storms. This will be a space to discuss how to stay afloat during these unprecedented times, and sustain ourselves going forward.

Zoom Link: https://bit.ly/KapKaauWellnessWed

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Presented by Brooke Conway (Ka‘au Program Wellness Counselor, Kapi‘olani CC )

This will be the last week of Wellness Wednesday presentation for the Spring 2022 semester.

 

TODAY! Beyond the Complaint – Living Title IX in the Classroom | Panel Discussion

Scan the code or register here: Beyond the Complaint registration and join us!

As Sex Assault Awareness Month continues, join us on April 28 from 1p-2p when we will be hosting a special panel discussion on Integrating Title IX in the classroom. Our very own No’eau Keopuhiwa and Brooke Conway will be sharing their experiences as an administrator and , tips, and considerations in integrating  with Title IX and its impact on our students.   The panel will be moderated by Devon Peterson.

Title IX is in place to protect our campus community from gender-based discrimination and sexual harassment. Many people are not aware of just how much this Federal law covers. As more and more people learn about Title IX as law, very few know what to do if a disclosure is made to them or what the process looks like for those involved in it. As our students begin to return to face to face interactions we expect more people to have the opportunity to reach out for help. What will this look like in the classroom? How do we support those experiencing forms of discrimination or harassment in a safe way so they can continue to access their education? Now that the walls are coming down and people will have greater access to get help, are you prepared to guide our students?

Join us for a panel discussion about integrating Title IX in the classroom. What does that look like? What can it look like? We will be joined by different key positions in the Title IX process, including an instructional faculty, campus confidential advocate, Title IX Coordinator, and an administrator. Learn what steps occur as it moves through our campus from the classroom to the administrator. Learn how some of our faculty take a proactive approach to Title IX and have implemented measures to provide support before a disclosure is even made. As we prepare to welcome our campus community back, let us focus on how to continue to provide the safe environment our students both deserve and expect from our campuses together.

 

Beyond the Complaint – Living Title IX in the Classroom | Panel Discussion | Thursday, April 28 | 1-2 PM

Scan the code or register here: Beyond the Complaint registration and join us!

As Sex Assault Awareness Month continues, join us on April 28 from 1p-2p when we will be hosting a special panel discussion on Integrating Title IX in the classroom. Our very own No’eau Keopuhiwa and Brooke Conway will be sharing their experiences as an administrator and , tips, and considerations in integrating  with Title IX and its impact on our students.   The panel will be moderated by Devon Peterson.

Title IX is in place to protect our campus community from gender-based discrimination and sexual harassment. Many people are not aware of just how much this Federal law covers. As more and more people learn about Title IX as law, very few know what to do if a disclosure is made to them or what the process looks like for those involved in it. As our students begin to return to face to face interactions we expect more people to have the opportunity to reach out for help. What will this look like in the classroom? How do we support those experiencing forms of discrimination or harassment in a safe way so they can continue to access their education? Now that the walls are coming down and people will have greater access to get help, are you prepared to guide our students?

Join us for a panel discussion about integrating Title IX in the classroom. What does that look like? What can it look like? We will be joined by different key positions in the Title IX process, including an instructional faculty, campus confidential advocate, Title IX Coordinator, and an administrator. Learn what steps occur as it moves through our campus from the classroom to the administrator. Learn how some of our faculty take a proactive approach to Title IX and have implemented measures to provide support before a disclosure is even made. As we prepare to welcome our campus community back, let us focus on how to continue to provide the safe environment our students both deserve and expect from our campuses together.

 

Beyond the Complaint – Living Title IX in the Classroom | Panel Discussion | Thursday, April 28 | 1-2 PM

Aloha e Kap’olani Community College Ohana!

As Sex Assault Awareness Month continues, join us on April 28 from 1p-2p when we will be hosting a special panel discussion on Integrating Title IX in the classroom. Our very own No’eau Keopuhiwa and Brooke Conway will be sharing their experiences as an administrator and , tips, and considerations in integrating  with Title IX and its impact on our students.   The panel will be moderated by Devon Peterson.

Title IX is in place to protect our campus community from gender-based discrimination and sexual harassment. Many people are not aware of just how much this Federal law covers. As more and more people learn about Title IX as law, very few know what to do if a disclosure is made to them or what the process looks like for those involved in it. As our students begin to return to face to face interactions we expect more people to have the opportunity to reach out for help. What will this look like in the classroom? How do we support those experiencing forms of discrimination or harassment in a safe way so they can continue to access their education? Now that the walls are coming down and people will have greater access to get help, are you prepared to guide our students?

Join us for a panel discussion about integrating Title IX in the classroom. What does that look like? What can it look like? We will be joined by different key positions in the Title IX process, including an instructional faculty, campus confidential advocate, Title IX Coordinator, and an administrator. Learn what steps occur as it moves through our campus from the classroom to the administrator. Learn how some of our faculty take a proactive approach to Title IX and have implemented measures to provide support before a disclosure is even made. As we prepare to welcome our campus community back, let us focus on how to continue to provide the safe environment our students both deserve and expect from our campuses together.

Scan the code or register here: Beyond the Complaint registration and join us!