10/27

2021

Center for Excellence in Collaborative Education

CECE Event – Hidden Youth: Homelessness among adolescents, teens, young adults in rural communities

Both Campuses

Youth homelessness is a significant public health issue that has long term consequences.  It comes in many forms including living on the streets, couch surfing, and residing in temporary homeless shelters.  While there is considerable focus on youth homelessness in urban environments, there is a similar impact on individuals and communities in rural environments.  This panel will describe rural youth homeless, share stories, and suggest action needed to ensure safe and healthy shelter.

This event is facilitated by Jennifer Gunderman, M.P.H., Workforce Development Team Lead, AHEC Director, and UNE Assistant Clinical Professor
Faculty Profile: https://www.une.edu/people/jennifer-gunderman

CECE events are designed to give you as much opportunity as possible to learn about, from, and with each other, while maximizing responsiveness to changing conditions caused by COVID-19. Please check back often for latest information about viewing opportunities below:

UNE students, staff, faculty only:
ZOOM: https://une.zoom.us/s/98397545871
In Person: Innovation 104* (Portland), Streamed to Commons 1st Flr* (Biddeford)

Community members/public**:
Facebook Live: 
facebook.com/UNECollaborative (Interactive opportunity)
Livestream: une.edu/live (Viewing only)

Participation can be applied toward students’ IP Honors Distinction.

Competencies: Communication, Teamwork

*If you plan to attend in person, bring your laptop, iPad or phone to participate in Zoom chat. We welcome you to bring your lunch!

**Community partners – Are you looking for Continuing Education Credits?
To receive a certificate of attendance, please pre-register:
https://bit.ly/UNECECE_Certificate
Your confirmed attendance will merit a certificate of attendance/CEU.

Address

United States

Contact

Michelle Cote
UNE Center for Excellence in Collaborative Education

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