Join us for a lunch and learn this PRIDE month to learn more about how you can expand and enhance your mentoring programs for LGBTQ2S+ youth. Scott Grace recently joined us at AMP Learning Day and helped challenge us with thoughtful tips and insights gained from front line service. The webinar format will provide an opportunity for you to ask questions, so feel free to review his presentation (here) and get ready for an exciting, interactive dialogue!
Scott Grace, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary & Area
As a passionate advocate for people within the LGBTQ2S+ community, Scott Grace, (He/Him) relies on a wealth of academic, professional and personal life experiences to be of tremendous value and representation for friends, colleagues and clients. Growing up in northern Alberta, Scott experienced multiple forms of homophobia and has an understanding of the experiences of those who have lived in a rural setting. These experiences guided Scott into the field of social work, and more specifically defined his path to become an advocate for youth in the LGBTQ2S+ community. As a registered Social Worker with years of experience in non-profit, mental health and management, Scott welcomed the position of Program Coordinator for the PRISM program at Big Brother Big Sisters of Calgary and Area in September of 2018. Within his role at the agency, Scott is responsible for recruitment, interviewing, training, matching and monitoring all volunteers and clients who apply to the PRISM program.
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