February 15 - 16, 2023
This two-part workshop provides participants with an introductory understanding of children and youth who may have a developmental delay and/or a disability and have experienced trauma. Participants will discuss advocacy strategies as well as explore considerations for service provision.
February 28 - March 1, 2023
Oklahoma City, OK
Our philosophy, values, and beliefs about youth can sometimes become the barrier to growth and change. Throughout this course, participants will explore the philosophy of Positive Youth Development (PYD), how PYD addresses the developmental needs of youth, and how individual and programmatic attitudes, behaviors, and assumptions about youth impacts their development.
March 7, 2023
OKSA will talk about services to help you prepare for your future and the resources available to help you reach your goals. Join us as we connect with providers and other young people from your communities to play games, have fun, and learn about amazing resources.
Eligible youth can access funds from 14 to 21 years old. Funds are subject to approval and should support a young person's goals and efforts toward transition.
Students who fill out a FAFSA form will qualify for other kinds of scholarships and grants, including forgivable federal loans. Often, students who apply for FAFSA will gain an edge in the college admissions process as well.