“This highly relevant, well-organized, in-depth training is appropriate for K-12 teachers, administrators, superintendents and school boards.
It is already building local capacity to increase student and family engagement, to reduce incidents of bias, to increase acceptance, to raise critical awareness among staff and faculty, and to address other equity and diversity issues in our local schools. I hope to see such an excellent program expand to additional schools and districts around our state.” - Kevin Chase, Superintendent, Educational Service District 105
To schedule a 1-day workshop at your location near Yakima, WA, contact: HHudson@unityworks.org, 877-899-1913.
UnityWorks Training Dates & Cost
UnityWorks Summer Institute
Yakima, Washington, USA
June 24-28, 2019
Facilitators for June 2019 Training
Dr. Randie Gottlieb, UnityWorks Executive Director
Lorenzo Alvarado, Assistant Principal, Davis High, Yakima
Luz Juarez-Stump, Principal, Satus Elementary, Wapato
For Our Summer Institute: Download our current rate sheet
with market-competitive training fees for individuals, discounts for teams, and special prices for district administrators.
Individual Scholarships: UnityWorks is pleased to announce that the Eshraghieh and Mahmoud Rabbani Scholarship Fund will, once again, cover all or part of the Training Institute fees for up to three people this summer in Yakima. We are extremely grateful to the Rabbani Trust for this generous gift. To apply for a scholarship, please complete the 1-page application form.
Team Scholarships: UnityWorks is delighted to offer three Team Scholarships for our Summer Institute courtesy of the Yakima Valley Community Foundation. Each scholarship covers the entire training fee of $5,000/team. For details: email@example.com or 877‐899‐1913.
The team registration fee for the Summer Institute includes district participation in the UnityWorks School Program. There is no additional cost. Benefits include priority registration and discounted training rates for new site team members for the following year.
UnityWorks is committed to supporting schools and districts in their
efforts to obtain funding to participate in the UnityWorks Program.
for your use when making a request.
UnityWorks is a 501c3 nonprofit educational organization.
All funds go directly to program support.