New Highlight: Professional Associations
Posted by on September 8, 2006
[posted from Promising Practices in After School]
National Collaboration for Youth is pleased to announce the newest Professional Development e-series on Professional Associations.
Although professional associations are developed to represent very different workforces and missions, there is one thing that they all have in common: the mission to advocate for the worker and to professionalize the field. Professional associations usually offer a strict code that defines the field along with the ethics and expectations of those working in the field. In most professions, one can find a professional association that advocates and provides resources for its workers. This newsletter highlights a few youth worker professional associations that are impacting the youth development workforce. This is not meant to be a comprehensive study, but, offers a few examples including benefits and lessons learned.
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