Look here for upcoming FPY Events and Training!
- Wed, Mar 19, 20146:30pm-8:30pm
- Pennino Building, Room 505
12011 Government Center Parkway
Fairfax, VA 22305
- What's going on:
Who may attend?
-People interested in an overview of how youth mentoring works, with no commitment
-People who have signed up with a one-on-one youth mentoring program and need basic mentoring training
Space is limited, please register by March 17th.
- Mon, May 12, 201412:30pm-8:00pm
- Algonkian Regional Park
47001 Fairway Drive
- What's going on:
ENTRY FEE: $160 PER PLAYER or $500 for a Team of 4 players
ENTRY FEE INCLUDES:
Box Lunch, Catered Dinner & Beverages
1st Rate Golf Venue
Range Balls & Putting Contest
Individual & Team Prizes
Green Fees & Golf Cart
FORMAT: FOUR PLAYER SCRAMBLE
12:30 – 1:45PM - REGISTRATION
1:00 – 1:45PM - PUTTING CONTEST
2:00PM - SHOTGUN START
6:30PM - DINNER, PRIZES AND AWARDS
Putting Contest ($10 to enter)
Multiple Hole-in-one Prizes
Team Prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd Places
Longest Drive (men & women)
Closest-to-the-pin (men & women)
Two Round-trip tickets on Jetblue Airways will be raffled off!
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE
$250.00 Hole Sponsor
$500 Silver Sponsor (includes 1 registration)
$750 Beverage Sponsor (includes 1 registration)
$750 Putting Sponsor
$1,000 Gold Sponsor (includes 2 registrations)
$2,500 Platinum Sponsor (includes 3 registrations)
$5,000 Tourney Title Sponsorship (includes 8 registrations)
ALL SPONSORS WILL BE LISTED IN THE PROGRAM
AND RECOGNIZED IN ADVERTIZING AND PRINT MEDIA
This event benefits FPY's efforts to deliver essential community education and training, advocate for effective programs and policy development, and build strong community partnerships…to help youth thrive;
Falls Church Lions programs for sight, hearing, youth services, local scholarships, and service related school projects.
- Mon, Jul 01, 20138:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
- Northern Virginia
- Who Attends:
- Our training is tailored to the audience as appropriate.
- What's going on:
FPY provides a variety of workshops and informational sessions throughout the year. Many of these are available on a fee-for-service basis for your group.
In addition to the topics listed below, FPY may be able to gather info and present to your group on an emerging, specialized topic in cooperation with our partners. For more information, contact Pattie Simcic at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click attend and submit your information.
2013-14 Major Training Topics/Sessions:
Please note, fees for training range from $300-$2000, and vary depending on requested length of training and number of trainees. The following are on-site (will take place at your organization) trainings and informational sessions:
Mental Health Resources (Informational Session) - 1 hour
The Mental Health Resources program offers participants guidance on how to assist teens with improving their ability to meet the demands of everyday life with resilience and a healthy attitude. Often the process of help can be complicated, thus FPY offers a concise approach that will guide you from establishing that there is a problem to getting effective treatment. Additionally, the program offers a comprehensive guide to local mental wellness resources.
Youth Mentoring 101 Training - 2 hours
This training covers the basics of mentoring youth. Participants learn how to develop a mentoring relationship, and essential elements for a successful mentoring relationship.
Mentoring Best Practices Training - 1.5 - 3 hours
Participants receive an in depth review of the Elements of Effective Practice for mentoring programs, the nationally-recognized best practices, with emphasis on volunteer screening and monitoring.
Participants receive an overview of:
- Mentor and Mentee Screening
- Mentor Training
- Mentor/Mentee Matching
- Match Monitoring and Support
- Match Closure
Bullying Prevention 101 - Facilitator Training - Full Day
This training is for youth service providers who want to teach members of their organization or faith community how to prevent bullying situations. Participants learn how to facilitate a one-hour workshop on bullying prevention and intervention; receive resources to assist with managing ongoing bullying situations, and they have access to ongoing technical support.
- How to support and protect everyone, target (victim), witness (bystander), and bully
- What causes bullying behavior
- What are the effects of bullying on everyone involved
- Signs that a child is a bully
- How we can change the bullying behavior
Bullying Prevention Awareness (Informational Session) - 1.5 hours
The Bullying Prevention Awareness program offers participants a basic overview of the challenges bullying presents for youth in Northern Virginia. The program offers insight on prevention of bullying and intervention for bullying situations.
FPY also offers specialized Bullying Prevention Awareness informational sessions on
- Special Needs Youth and Bullying Prevention
- LGBT Youth and Bullying Prevention
- Ethnic and Language Minority Youth and Bullying Prevention
For more information, contact Pattie Simcic at email@example.com, or click attend and submit your information. Enter your topic of interest in the "Additional Details" field.