The Center for Training believes that adults can ensure that all kids can achieve success in life, and provides learning opportunities to advance this goal. Take a look at what we’re offering below!
The Mentoring Supervisor Certificate Program is 32-hour course that provides youth development professionals with the tools and resources they need to develop or enhance a mentoring program. Courses are taught at BBBS of NYC, Fordham University, and via webinar beginning Wednesday, April 3rd. Scholarships are available!
Resources to Support LGBTQ Youth
LGBTQ youth are more likely to face adversity, exhibit higher rates of negative behavior, and often lack the opportunity for adult role models and intervention. Search upcoming opportunities to increase your skills to support LGBTQ youth.
Resources to Support Immigrant Youth
BBBS of NYC recognizes that youth in NYC have a range of experiences, backgrounds and identities. Youth of immigrant backgrounds often face issues that are unique to their experience, and the Center for Training offers
workshops and other resources that you can use to support immigrant youth.
Resources on Professional, Clinical Skills and more
Making a difference requires a commitment to growth and learning. The Center for Training offers a range of workshops to develop skills in organizational leadership and professional skills, community engagement, bias-awareness, youth intervention, adolescent development and more.