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New Staff and HOPE Team Retreat

This past week, the HOPE team had our first in-person staff retreat! We treasured the opportunity to come together, discuss our work, and even have the chance to meet some of our newest staff members face-to-face. Join us in welcoming…

HOPE Workshop and Training Options

The HOPE National Resource Center is excited to announce expanded options for HOPE trainings! While we always work with organizations to tailor the training experience to specific local needs, below are basic descriptions of our most requested options including some…

Summer 2021 Student Interns: Welcome to HOPE!

This summer, the HOPE team welcomes several talented students to assist us with our many projects and presentations. Each one of them adds their unique perspective and expertise to our team, and brings a hardworking, equity-focused mindset that directly represents…

Farewell Interview with Chloe Yang: Off to UNC

Chloe Yang, the HOPE team’s much-loved Senior Research Assistant, has moved on from the team to pursue a Master’s in Public Health degree at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill! From managing the website and blog posts, to…

Open Positions with HOPE

The HOPE team is growing. We are grateful to report that the past year has been an incredibly busy time for us at the HOPE National Resource Center. We’ve conducted over 50 trainings and the requests keep rolling in! Providers…

Happy HOPE Day!

Roger Sherman, Executive Director of the Idaho Children’s Trust, let us know that Governor Little has declared today, May 21, 2021 as HOPE day in Idaho. Thank you Governor Little, and thanks also to Roger Sherman for bringing HOPE to…

New HOPE Resources in English and Spanish

A growing wave of individuals are joining the HOPE (Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences) movement, uplifting the important role positive childhood experiences play in healthy development. Now, the HOPE National Resource Center is excited to announce new resources in English…

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