Weekly Provider Bulletin
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The Children's Trust Announces
Learn How to Ask, Listen and Encourage at Project RISE *

Ask-Listen-Encourage Workshop *
This workshop teaches participants how to ask effective questions, about the concept of active listening, and how to give effective, encouraging responses to youth about their work.
The workshop takes place this Friday, December 6, from 10 a.m. to 12:30p.m. at Gang Alternative, 6620 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33150.

Effective Behavior Management: Challenging Behaviors
This training expands upon the skills taught in the Introduction to Effective Behavior Management training by teaching additional effective strategies for reducing behavioral disruptions in your program. 
The training takes place on January 10, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Cutler Ridge Park, 10100 SW 200 St., Cutler Bay, FL 33189.

To register for this training, or to take any of Project RISE's many online trainings, please log into Trust Academy through your Trust Central account.
Free Savings Accounts For Kindergartners Until Friday
The Children's Trust, along with the Miami Foundation, Catalyst Miami and other partners, is sponsoring a new program that offers completely FREE Children's Savings Accounts for kindergarten students at 30 public elementary schools in the City of Miami. Known as Future Bound Miami, the program includes an initial $25 deposit courtesy of the City of Miami, with an additional $25 added for students who receive free or reduced-price lunch at school. Over the next 13 years, as the Future Bound Miami kids advance through public school, they will be eligible for monetary incentives for high grades, good attendance, etc. Parents of qualifying children can activate the savings accounts at the M-DCPS Parent Portal. Activation is free, with no account fees and no requirement for parents or children to save any money. Parents have until December 6 to activate the Future Bound Miami savings accounts for their Miami kindergartners.

For more information visit futureboundmiami.org.
Trust Academy Takes Over
The Children’s Trust's Trust Academy module in Trust Central has a new look! If your Trust-funded position was included in Trust Central by your Agency Admin, log in to Trust Central to access the Trust Academy module.

If your position is directly contracted with The Trust, but you do not have access to Trust Central, see your Agency Admin to get started. For subcontractors, professional services, and ‘match’ positions, you can access the required online courses and live events by registering independently as explained in registration options 2-4 in the Trust Academy Guide.

Trust Academy now holds all your learning needs! To register for all trainings offered by our partner agencies log in to Trust Academy.
Advocacy Network on Disabilities
*To register for trainings please login to Trust Central and click Trust Academy.  

An Administrator’s Overview Of The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)
Are you an Administrator or the person responsible for your organization meeting its legal obligations under the ADA? Join us to be sure you are up to date on enrollment eligibility, reasonable accommodations, policies and procedures, and more.  
Friday, December 6, 2019
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Cutler Bay Cutler Ridge Park, 10100 SW 200 Street, Cutler Bay, FL 33189  

Navigating Community Resources
Do you know where to direct a parent who comes to you seeking assistance for
their child with a disability? Learn about the most commonly needed resources, where to find them, and how they can help.
Friday, December 13, 2019
10 a.m.-noon.
Greater Miami Youth Homestead, 1088 W Mowry Dr., Homestead, FL 33030

Structure for Success
Youth both with and without disabilities can behave in challenging ways. Learn the 7 basic needs youth exhibit, and take away strategies for meeting these needs through positive, preventive approaches. This training is appropriate for all, but is especially relevant to YEN providers.
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
A D Barnes Park, 3401 SW 72nd Ave, Miami, FL 33155

Successful Inclusion Of Children w/ Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Part 2 
If you passed Successful Inclusion of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)-Part 1, online, you are ready to experience visual schedules, practice American Sign Language, and create and tell Social Stories. 
Friday, January 10, 2020
9:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
Alper JCC, 11155 SW 112 Ave, Miami, FL 33176


Discovering Inclusion: This is the core training that sets the foundation for all others. Learn about different types of disabilities, the characteristics and benefits of an inclusive program, and how to use People First Language and respectful etiquette.

Introduction To Successful Inclusion Of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Part 1: Learn the facts about Autism Spectrum Disorder – you may be surprised to find that some of what you think isn’t necessarily so. Get an overview of how to help children meet behavioral expectations, recognize and accommodate those with sensory sensitivities, address bullying, and ensure a safe environment.
Injury Prevention Trainings
Childhood injury prevention capacity-building efforts facilitated by the Public Health Trust's /Injury Free Coalition for Kids of Miami are offered to all Trust-funded providers. Visit Trust Academy for full descriptions, locations, and registration.  
  • Car Passenger Safety, Wednesday, January 15; 11 a.m-1 p.m.
  • Home Safety, Wednesday, January 15; 3-4 p.m.
  • Car Passenger Safety, Wednesday, January 29; 11 a.m-1 p.m.
  • Home Safety, Wednesday, January 29th ; 3-4 p.m.
YAS Providers Without DCF Licenses Will Not Get Paid!
Attention YAS Providers: Effective August 1, 2019, The Children's Trust will NOT reimburse for direct service costs occurred at any sites without an active DCF license. Please read carefully the non-payment policy and related form posted on our website. Once on the Policies & Forms > Financial page, click "Payments & Advances" and then "Policy" and "Form" under Non-Payment of Direct Services for Non-Compliance with Florida Department of Children and Families
Use the Correct The Children's Trust Logo
Providers thinking of using The Children's Trust Logo on any material must send that material for review and approval to communicationscompliance@thechildrenstrust.org.
To download the current The Children's Trust logo, as well as other Trust-related logos and a style guide click here.
Differentiated Literacy Instructions Guidelines for Review
The Children's Trust has made Differentiated Literacy Instruction Guidelines available for K-5 providers to review in the "Programmatic" section at www.thechildrenstrust.org/content/trust-central-support.
Providers & Partners, Tell Us All About Your Good Work!
From the Herald to the Miami Times to local newscasts, Trust-funded programs and initiatives throughout the community have been featured for the life-changing services they provide to the children and families of Miami-Dade - and you could be next. Click here to tell us about your latest triumphs and you just may turn on the TV or turn a page in the paper to see your face!
From Other Agencies
Coach Training in Positive Youth Development *
Get a Sports/Fitness Coach trained in Positive Youth Development for your Spring, Summer or Fall programming! Just complete a Call for Partnerships (CFP) application here.

Register for an upcoming CFP informational webinar at http://bit.ly/CFP_registration1 on December 4, 2019, 1 p.m.-2 p.m., or January 15, 2020, 1 p.m. 
Last Week to Apply for FIU Community Research Grants
FIU's Research Center in Minority Institutions (RCMI) is pleased to announce the availability of seed funding for community partners and FIU faculty investigators to establish community-university collaborations. This seed funding is designed to establish long-term relationships with community-based organizations in order to address their health-related concerns and to promote participation in research. Through this funding, the FIU-RCMI hopes to establish community-university collaborations that benefit South Florida communities and enhance direct community-involvement among FIU faculty conducting health disparities research. FIU-RCMI will provide five awards annually, up to $5,000 per award.

To be successful, these community-university collaborations require resources; for example, time and funds for professional development, conference travel, supplies, meeting support, and other research-related expenses. This funding opportunity supports partnership-building activities, exploring shared research interests, and/or developing infrastructure and governance (improving data collection processes, system interfaces, etc.). Projects must focus on activities that enhance the community partner’s capacity to conduct health disparities research in South Florida and can include (but are not limited to): Needs assessments, secondary analysis of de-identified data (non-human subjects research), planning, evaluation or dissemination of community-level programs, service or system improvement planning, and training of community partners to enhance research capacity.  Application will be accepted until 5 p.m. on December 9th.
The FIU-RCMI Community Research Enhancement Grant Program Application is now open, register here. For more information email fiurcmi@fiu.edu
Kristi House: Upcoming Trainings

The following FREE trainings are available for service providers, clinicians, child-serving professionals and informed community members:

Kristi House Central Office, 1265 NW 12th Avenue, Miami, FL 33136
  • Stewards of Children, Friday, December 13, 2:15 - 5 p.m.

Career Opportunities
Trust Accountant
The Accountant will be responsible for reviewing and critically analyzing financial information and provider documents within the framework of “Results-based Accountability (RBA)” and with an emphasis on maintaining quality internal control standards. This includes, but is not limited to, preparing, maintaining reviewing, and analyzing accounting records in accordance with The Trust accounting policies and procedures, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), regulations promulgated by the Governmental Accounting Standards (GASB) and Government Auditing Standards. Work performance is reviewed through conferences, reports, a mastery of the Services and Activities Management Information System (SAMIS) and observation of results achieved.  

To be considered for the above positions, please submit your resume to: careers@thechildrenstrust.org and type “Accountant” in the subject line.
Part-Time LCSW/Clinician *
The Jewish Community Services of South Florida seeks a licensed, bilingual (English/Spanish), part-time therapist (LCSW) to provide individual and family therapy services to children and adults. This includes the ability to perform intakes, assessments, diagnosis, treatment planning, ongoing intervention and proper termination; flexibility to work afternoons and evenings also required.

Email resume to Janet Angueira at jangueira@jcsfl.org
Part-time Teacher an Substitute Teacher *
The 1 World Learning Center, Inc. is looking for an experienced childcare part-time teacher and a substitute teacher.

Please call 786.416.9940 for more information.
Facilitators at Hope for Miami *
Hope for Miami is seeking two qualified individuals who are passionate about working with youth and their families. The two current full-time openings include Facilitator/Youth Council Leader and Facilitator/Parent Workshops.

For more information visit www.hopeformiami.org/jobs.

Those interested in learning more about the positions or who would like to express interest, send your resume to Elsi@HopeForMiami.org or HR@HopeForMiami.org
Program Support Specialist
The positions will be responsible for all data entry, and for coordinating training logistics. He or she must be detail oriented, accurate and have excellent organizational skills. A minimum of a high school diploma or GED is required. The position pays $32,000-$35,000/year, with full benefits, and includes great co-workers. The deadline to apply is December 4th.

Email resumes to hr@advocacynetwork.org.
Available Positions at Miami-Dade County Public Schools
  • Family Intervention Specialist – 60 college credits, 15 in Psychology/Social Work *
  • Infant and Toddler Center Director (Part-Time) – Director's credentials 
  • Early Head Start Educator -12 credits in Early Childhood, and a CDA or FCCPC in Infant & Toddler required 
  • Head Start Educator - Associates degree in Early Childhood, CDA, 45 DCF Hours required
  • Head Start Assistant - Minimum of a CDA or FCCPC in Preschool required 

Forward resume by email to erivero@dadeschools.net .
Available Positions at Miami-Dade County Public Schools Department of Exceptional Student Education
  • Audiologists (Full Time/Part Time)
  • Deaf/hard of hearing interpreters
  • Physical and occupational therapists
  • Certified or licensed school social workers (Full Time/Part Time)
  • Speech language pathologists
  • Special educations teachers (Full Time/Part Time)
  • Clerical positions (Part Time)
  • School psychologists or licensed psychologists (Part Time)

Forward resume by email to agoldman@dadeschools.net .
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