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Ethical Foundations of Youth Employment Services, Part 2: Ethical Considerations for Youth Employment Services

Ethical Foundations of Youth Employment Services, Part 2: Ethical Considerations for Youth Employment Services

As our field expands to include employment services with students and youth, we as professionals are challenged to stretch our knowledge, skills and attitudes in a new direction. When we are providing our best services, ethics plays a part in our service design and decision making. Join this series to explore the nuances of planning and partnering with families while balancing youth autonomy, the ethics of relationship building with youth and the guidelines for electronic communication, social media, consent and so much more. We will explore the Ethical Principles that inform our work and will have the opportunity to brainstorm solutions to ethical dilemmas that have arisen in your work.

So often ethics discussions are held when a problem has occurred and we are facing a dilemma. Join this session to proactively learn about ethical principles that guide our work with youth and their support teams. Together we will identify how young people bring a new set of ethical considerations to vocational counseling practices.

Organization
TransCen, Inc., in partnership with Cornell University.
Number of approved CE hours
1.5
Application ID
CE-9355769162
Location
Online

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