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Broken Image AORE 2020 Virtual Conference
10/26/2020 - 10/30/2020


Location: ONLINE







Advocacy Webinar | Public Lands in the United States: Curriculum Implementation
6/15/2020 - 6/15/2020

AORE once again invites representatives from The Wilderness Society to bring their curriculum with our members, specifically, how to implement it in your own setting.

The Wilderness Society and the Avarna Group, working with Indigenous consultants Daisy Purdy, Honor Keeler, Dr. Rae Gould and Yufna Soldier Wolf, has published a teaching curriculum for helping educators, youth leaders and even government agencies share the full story of public lands: 

Public Lands in the United States: A Curriculum

The downloadable curriculum includes five chapters, each with context-setting background, step by step lesson plans and materials for each activity—from printable images and “Wilderness Values” cue cards to timeline puzzles and research prompts about current diversity and access efforts and current threats to public lands.  Although it’s geared especially for those working with high school-aged students, it’s been downloaded by university staff, nonprofits and agencies such as the National Parks Service and U.S. Forest Service.

Introductory Webinar 4/22; recording available in AORE Members' Area - Online Learning.
Location: 2:00 - 3:00 PM EST [SUBJECT TO CHANGE!]






Association Chat 06.17 | Virtual Teambuilding
6/17/2020 - 6/17/2020

Join AORE Leadership and members as we come together to discuss industry current events, challenges and questions.

This Association Chat (first half) will center around: Challenge Course Programming in the Virtual World - our moderators will share resources, what they are doing in this current situation, and give their top 5 tips for virtual programs.

The format of our chat is open forum. We invite you to bring your current challenges, successes, questions, and experiences. As a collective group, we will determine the path of discussion the forum takes and provide opportunity for members to support each other through shared experiences.
Location: 3:00 - 4:00 PM EST






Association Chat 06.30 | Challenge Course Re-Opening
6/30/2020 - 6/30/2020

Join AORE Leadership and members as we come together to discuss industry current events, challenges and questions.

This Association Chat (first half) will center around Challenge Course Re-Opening. Our moderators will share resources, what they are planning to do for a re-open, specifically their big picture plan and levels of precaution.

The format of our chat is open forum. We invite you to bring your current challenges, successes, questions, and experiences. As a collective group, we will determine the path of discussion the forum takes and provide opportunity for members to support each other through shared experiences.
Location: 3:00 - 4:00 PM EST







[Virtual Event] Women's Professional Development: Understanding Your CliftonStrengths Profile - Module 1
7/8/2020 - 7/8/2020

Have you ever stopped to think about what you are really good at? What types of things come easy to you and maybe not to others? Understanding what you are naturally talented at and taking an “asset” approach to your personal and professional life can result in happier and more fulfilling experiences. Join an all women identifying group and dive into your report. We will discuss first impressions, new discoveries, and perceived challenges in approaching this work through a women’s lens.

As a participant you will be expected to take the CliftonStrengths assessment and send in your report prior to the virtual event. Once you have registered you will receive a personalized access code from the presenter with your online assessment information.

This virtual is setup in meeting-format; we strongly encourage the use of video and audio communication to fully participate, although they are NOT required.
Event limited to 20 attendees.

MEMBER PRICING: $30
NON-MEMBER PRICING: $70


Learning Objectives:
  • Introduce the CliftonStrengths assessment 
  • Define talent themes and review individual report
  • Aim, name, and claim individual talents within the context of your signature theme
We are excited to offer two optional extensions beyond this first event:
  • An opportunity to register for one-on-one consultation and coaching sessions will be offered only to those registered for Module 1.
  • A second webinar, Module 2, will be offered September 17, 2020, and will dig deeper into using your top five strengths.
 
Victoria Lopez-Herrera
Victoria Lopez-Herrera currently serves as the Senior Associate Director for Campus Recreation at the University of Texas at San Antonio. In her role, she oversees the development and training for approximately 300 student staff, the management of a 185,00 square foot facility, the Aquatics Center, Members Services and administrative staff. Victoria is a certified Strengths Coach and indoor cycle instructor. 

During her 20 years of experience in Student Affairs, Victoria has served in administrative capacities at Columbia University, The New School, Cornell University and Texas State University-San Marcos where she earned her Bachelor and Master Degrees.
Location: Virtual Event, 12:00 - 1:30 PM Eastern

Registration ends on 6/29/2020






[Virtual Event] Women's Professional Development: Maximize Your Potential with CliftonStrengths - Module 2
9/17/2020 - 9/17/2020

Everyone has a specific set of natural talents and abilities. When we intentionally apply our talents, they can become our greatest source of fulfillment — we become more confident, happy, energetic and likely to achieve our goals. Familiarize yourself with the natural talents you posses through the CliftonStrengths Assessment and robust reports. Interested in a deeper dive?

Sign up for a one-on-one, personal coaching session and identify ways you can aim your talents toward outcomes that matter [signup coming soon].

Join certified Strengths Coach, Victoria Lopez-Herrera, as she guides an all women identifying group to dig deeper into their top five strengths and how to capitalize on them.

PRE-REQUISITE: Participants must have already taken the CliftonStrengths assessment, either through our Module 1 event or independently, and are asked to send in their report prior to the virtual event. 

MEMBER PRICING: $20
NON-MEMBER PRICING: $45


Victoria Lopez-Herrera
Victoria Lopez-Herrera currently serves as the Senior Associate Director for Campus Recreation at the University of Texas at San Antonio. In her role, she oversees the development and training for approximately 300 student staff, the management of a 185,00 square foot facility, the Aquatics Center, Members Services and administrative staff. Victoria is a certified Strengths Coach and indoor cycle instructor. 

During her 20 years of experience in Student Affairs, Victoria has served in administrative capacities at Columbia University, The New School, Cornell University and Texas State University-San Marcos where she earned her Bachelor and Master Degrees.

 
Location: Virtual Event, 12:00 - 1:30 PM Eastern

Registration ends on 9/10/2020






2020 Exhibitor Registration
10/26/2020 - 10/30/2020

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Location: ONLINE