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Friday, October 18, 2019 at 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Arnot Teaching and Research Forest
611 County Road 13, Cayuta, NY 14889, USA
The two day "Increasing Access to Nature: Helping Youth find their Path" training will take place at the Arnot Forest lodge and cabins Cornell field campus. This strength-based workshop includes 3 ways to participate:
Professional development credit awarded through BOCES to participating regional educators. For more information, contact Davi Mozie at email@example.com.
About the Presenter: Gichuki Francis, CEO of Tabasamu Afrika Hub in Kitale, Kenya, a social innovation enterprise engaged in training, mentoring and coaching young people to reach their full potential through activities in nature and sports.Gichuki has worked extensively in Kenya and internationally in youth and community development.
During his 4-week stay in Ithaca, Gichuki will offer workshops in partnership with My Brother’s Keeper Ithaca, Ithaca Youth Bureau, TST BOCES and with CCE-Tompkins' 4-H Urban Outreach, i-JUMP and Primitive Pursuits programs. For more information or to partner with Gichuki on an event for your organization, contact Davi Mozie at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 272-2292.
Sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County, 4-H Urban Outreach, i-JUMP,
My Brothers Keeper Ithaca, Primitive Pursuits, Ithaca Youth Bureau and TST BOCES .