Using its robust resources, the ReLAY Institute develops a wide range of educational and professional development programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate levels.Through ReLAY, partnering organizations can design custom seminars, workshops, and training programs to fit their individual needs and goals.
Available in-person or online, our custom programs focus on real-world applications and are taught by industry experts. If you have a course or program in mind, ReLAY is prepared to help you build it, no matter how technical or specific the content.
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This course will prepare participants with information, best practices, and guidelines that will allow them to not only understand the unique, complex, and varied needs of victims of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation, it will also help participant’s in prevention and intervention program design, the establishment of community linkages and coalitions, ensuring cultural competency and humility, as well as fostering essential organizational functions, such as community outreach, client advocacy, and engaging policy makers/legislators.Find out more »
This training will focus on promoting mental health wellness and recovery with opportunity youth (ages 16-24) in the COVID pandemic.Find out more »
The presentation will help frame a discussion around the need to prioritize the healing of communities of color from generational trauma of systemic racism.Find out more »
The training will provide the basics of Critical Race Theory through an overview of its tenets, which will provide a deeper understanding and context regarding the systemic factors and institutions that influence the lives of opportunity youth, and further marginalization.Find out more »
Project Rebound: The Restorative and Transformative Power of Higher Education and Advancing Systemic Change Strategies Forum
In this forum sponsored by ReLAY Institute and in collaboration with Project Rebound, attndess will learn about what Project Rebound does. Project Rebound constructs a life-affirming alternative to the revolving door policies of mass incarceration by making higher education more accessible and supportive of formerly incarcerated students so that they can acquire the knowledge and skills of a university education, enhance their capacity for civic engagement and community leadership, secure meaningful and gratifying employment, empower themselves and their families, and ultimately make stronger, safer communities.Find out more »