Transition to Online Trainings
For many, the current COVID-19 epidemic has altered professional life. With stay-at-home orders and social distancing regulations in place many organizations are making the transition to conduct business online. The Center for Family and Community Engagement has a long and […]
Center Staff Attend Annual SHIFT NC Conference
The 2019 Annual Conference on Adolescent Sexual Health hosted by Sexual Health Initiatives For Teens of North Carolina (SHIFT NC) was held May 15 – 17 in Greensboro, North Carolina. This year’s theme was “Diving Below the Surface: Exploring the […]
Upcoming Event: 2019 Learning & Leadership Summit
Join us at Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina’s (PCANC) 2019 Learning & Leadership Summit! The Center for Family and Community Engagement will presenting, attending workshops as well as hosting our own table, so be sure to stop by! If you […]
CFFACE Spotlight: Claudia’s Voice Reaches National and Local Audiences
The Center for Family and Community Engagement would like to take some time to recognize, appreciate, and highlight one of its senior staff members, Claudia Kearney. Claudia has become a sought after speaker and trainer on topics such as Diversity, […]
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we will be hosting a second Domestic Violence Forum. We have an excellent guest speaker this month, Bea Cote’, LCSW, LMFT, Founder and Executive Director of IMPACT LLC. Bea has worked solely with abusers […]
Leading with Advocacy: North Carolina Guardian ad Litem 35th Anniversary Conference Workshop
We had the opportunity to not only present, but also have a vendor booth at the North Carolina Guardian ad Litem 35th Anniversary Conference!
July Brings Great New Training Opportunities with the Center
Great certificate-bearing learning opportunities with the center.