Thank you for joining us for a very engaging State Technical Assistance Webinar (STAW) on June 20th.
As your work continues to evolve, it’s good practice to revisit your partnerships not only to see who else you should invite to work with you but also to see how you can improve already established partnerships. During our webinar, we focused on this aspect of how you maintain, nourish, grow, and evolve your partnerships over time to meet the ever evolving needs of your demographics and programs.
Richard Hamburg, the Executive Director of Safe States Alliance, presented his experience with institutional partnerships and how to build on those partnerships throughout your work. Jenny Stern-Carusone shared an example from Nebraska, a Child Safety Learning Collaborative participating state. Nebraska’s work in Motor Vehicle Traffic Safety includes a number of organizational and community partners, and how to celebrate those partnerships.
Please remember to take a moment to complete our short evaluation for this call.
STAWs are open to all Title V agencies. Participating states and jurisdictions of the Child Safety Learning Collaborative are required to attend.
STAWs will occur from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ET on the third Thursday every other month, with some exceptions.
Upcoming Meeting Dates (subject to change):
August 15, 2019
December 19, 2019
February 20, 2020
April 16, 2020