Workshops: Cultural and Social Competence

Sort by: Name | Date | Location
Search Workshops:

A look at Media, Misogyny, and the "Consumption" of Women

ID: 4201

This workshop invites participants to take an in-depth look at how we as a culture have become comfortable with the institutional consumption of women. The purpose of the workshop is to help prepare workers in the field to understand the insidious and often unconscious reality of the consumption of women from a biopsychosocial perspective. We will begin by exploring the deeply rooted patriarchy that ceaselessly promotes and is comfortable with the objectification and resultant consumption of women. We will examine this phenomena with a spotlight on mass media including print, entertainment, technology and social media. Next we will discuss the consequences of this patriarchal paradigm including gender-based economic injustice, the over-sexualization and objectification of women and children; labor and sex trafficking and the parallel issue of sex-worker's rights. Participants will have the opportunity to explore how they can inform positive change within their communities as individual clinicians and advocates, as well as through the tools of leadership and organization-building within the movement of violence against women and children.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Instructor: Jill Zinckgraf, MPA
Date: Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St., 3rd floor - CLASSROOM B
390 George St., 3rd Floor, New Brunswick, NJ

More Details

A Treatment Plan for Apathy: Increasing Cultural Capability with Black Consumers of Mental Health Services

ID: 5237

It can be frustrating not knowing how to reach a specific group of consumers who present for service. Systemic changes, lack of resources or know how, and lack of interest in working with certain groups all impact the delivery of service and inform treatment outcomes. This workshop will provide an in-depth analysis of trauma in the Black community, the impact of apathy (intentional and unintentional) from counselors, and guidelines for increasing cultural capability.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Clinical, Social/Cultural

Instructor: Jennifer McClendon, LPC, LCADC, NCC, ACS
Date: Thursday, November 2, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St., 3rd floor - CLASSROOM B
390 George St., 3rd Floor, New Brunswick, NJ

More Details

Aging: Policy and Economic Considerations

ID: 1006

This is the second of the two-part basic workshop, which provides the foundation and contextual information for understanding the older adult population (Aging: The Human Process is the first part). This workshop addresses those segments of the population which are at risk, such as ethnic and racial minorities and women, and how their status affects their lives as older adults. Basic information regarding the economic status of the older adults, including work and retirement as well as social and health care policies and programs will be discussed. Experiential exercises will be used to demonstrate the interactions and interplay in these various areas.

Fee: $275.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 15.00 Social/Cultural

Instructor: Stephen Sidorsky, LCSW
Date: December 5, 2017 / December 12, 2017 / December 19, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St., 3rd floor - CLASSROOM B
390 George St., 3rd Floor, New Brunswick, NJ

More Details

Becoming a Trans-Inclusive Clinician: A Basic Overview of Transgender Concerns and Clinical Considerations

ID: 5485

Transgender people are frequently ignored or presented as a subset of lesbian and gay populations in both physical and mental health settings. This training will specifically address clinical concerns of the transgender community including: identity, barriers to care, transition support, legislative developments and resources. Participants will gain a basic understanding of gender identity development, trans vocabulary, and ways to address trans issues throughout the life cycle. Working with a focus on trauma-related practice is highlighted.

Fee: $225.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 10.00 Clinical, Social/Cultural

Instructor: Tracey Post, LCSW
Date: Thursday, February 8, 2018 and Thursday, February 15, 2018
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St, 3rd floor - CLASSROOM A
390 George Street, 3rd floor, New Brunswick, NJ

More Details

Bullying and Bias: Implementing New Anti-Bullying Legislation in Your Schools

ID: 4117

Bullying and bias are serious issues that affect student safety, the educational environment, and school liability. The "Students Anti-bullying Bill of Rights" substantially increases a schools responsibility for addressing bullying, and contains numerous specific requirements. This workshop covers schools responsibilities under the new law, as well as schools responsibilities under pre-existing laws. The workshop also provides detailed coverage of the components of an effective and comprehensive school anti-bullying program that enables school personnel to meet legal requirements using effective and resource-efficient methods that are consistent with research in the field of bullying prevention and response. Participants will gain practical understanding and skills for application in classrooms and at the school-wide level. Appropriate for support staff, administrators as well as all school-based professionals.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Instructor: Paula Rodriguez Rust, PhD
Date: Friday, October 13, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Parsippany - Octagon 10 Office Center
1719 Route 10 East, Parsippany, NJ

More Details

Clinical Work with LGBTQ Youth

ID: 5230

LGBT youth have higher rates of mental health issues, substance abuse issues, involvement in the child welfare & criminal justice system and represent half of the homeless unaccompanied youth population in some cities. This workshop utilizes a framework of Minority Stress Theory and Attachment-Based Family Therapy and will discuss incorporating this framework into clinical practice. Participants will begin to understand the origins of negative outcomes, preventative strategies, suicide prevention, LGBT terminology, and provide local and national resources. We will discuss real case examples but please bring your own. This workshop will be highly interactive through case example small group & large group discussions, lecture, multimedia, and a quiz to test your knowledge.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Clinical, Social/Cultural

Class
Unavailable

Instructor: Alex Redcay, MSW
Date: Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St, 3rd floor - CLASSROOM A
Class Unavailable

More Details

Cross-Cultural Competence Skills: Bridging Cultural Differences with Respect and Understanding

ID: 5578

This workshop provides professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to communicate effectively across cultural differences in a variety of contexts. Inter-Cultural Competence calls for a framework which supports recognizing individuality and variation within each culture. The focus of this workshop will be on ethnic and cultural differences, and will also touch upon other forms of difference including ability/disability, religion, and sexual orientation. In addition to information about specific cultural and other differences, participants will gain understanding of the dimensions along which cultures differ from each other to enable the application of inter-cultural communication skills to a variety of cultural contexts.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Instructor: Paula Rodriguez Rust, PhD
Date: Thursday, September 28, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Rutgers Eco Complex
1200 Florence Columbus Rd , Bordentown Township, NJ

More Details

Cyberbullying: Nothing Virtual About It

ID: 4069

Cyber bullying is a growing problem for youth that can have tragic consequences. This workshop provides tools for professionals working with children, teens, or parents in clinical, school, service organizations, or other settings to recognize, respond to, and prevent cyber-bullying. Topics include differences between cyber bullying and "traditional" bullying, types of cyber bullying, the reasons youth choose to cyber bully, social and psychological effects of cyber bullying, sexting & texting, legal issues, parental and school responsibilities, online safety, the electronic generation gap between adults and teens, and various electronic venues including social networking sites, gaming sites, IM, and chat rooms. The workshop provides participants with specific recommendations, procedures, and resources for preventing cyber-bullying and responding to incidents of cyber-bullying, including resources for educating youth aged 5-18 & parents about cyber safety. No prior knowledge of electronic communications technology is necessary.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Instructor: Paula Rodriguez Rust, PhD
Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St., 3rd floor - CLASSROOM B
390 George St., 3rd Floor, New Brunswick, NJ

More Details

Dealing with Differences and Diversity in the Clinical Treatment of Children and Adolescents

ID: 5658

This workshop addresses ethnic and cultural differences relevant to the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents. The workshop will use examples from Latino, African American, and African Caribbean families, but will stress the dimensions of cultural difference that clinicians should explore when working across any cultural or ethnic difference. Topics will include the evaluation and treatment implications of cultural and ethnic differences: 1) family composition and family structure; 2) child-rearing and schooling practices; 3) gender and generational role expectations; 4) definitions of mental health and illness; 5) definitions of help and help-seeking; 6) the common clashes between client expectations and the professional helpers; and 7) ways for clinicians to bridge the gaps in culture reducing the effectiveness of services. The workshop will combine didactic presentations and group exercises. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring relevant case material to share.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Clinical, Social/Cultural

Instructor: Shalonda Kelly
Date: Thursday, October 19, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St., 3rd floor - CLASSROOM B
390 George St., 3rd Floor, New Brunswick, NJ

More Details

Elder Economic Security, Social Equity and the Reality of Longevity for Seniors in New Jersey

ID: 4202

Faced with increasing costs and fixed incomes, many of New Jersey's seniors are living on the edge of poverty. As professionals, you may come across seniors in this situation. NJFA has produced the Elder Economic Index to demonstrate the economic struggle of seniors in New Jersey. In this workshop, we will look at the research and discuss the reality of seniors in New Jersey. We will also explore resources and solutions in this interactive workshop. This workshop does not qualify for NBCC (National Board for Certified Counselors) clock hours in ethics.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Date: Monday, October 23, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St., 3rd floor - CLASSROOM B
390 George St., 3rd Floor, New Brunswick, NJ

More Details

End-of-Life Issues

ID: 1103

Professionals working with clients at the end of their life are dealing with a powerful and complex process. This workshop will address the topic of "What is dying well?" (physically, emotionally and spiritually) and the religious and cultural differences that play a role in this. Other topics include how to empower caregivers in the end-of-life situation, advocacy for the client, grieving rituals, and how to help clients with the planning of the funeral.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Class
Unavailable

Instructor: Robin Hoffman, M.Div, ThM
Date: Thursday, August 10, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St., 3rd floor - CLASSROOM B
Class Unavailable

More Details

Fatherhood

ID: 4926

What is the role of the modern day father and how do we cultivate a climate of participation and inclusion. Modern day family structure and concept is morphing on a regular basis. As a result of divorce and children born of unwed parents, the definition and role of parents requires purposeful action and clear intent with family. Is the system inherently biased? While children historically have tended to remain primarily with the moms, does a father's involvement really make that much of a difference? And what about the father's who are physically present yet are functional absentees. This training highlights the correlation between positive involvement by fathers in their children's lives and the dynamic structural and systemic elements that impose barriers to healthy involvement. Best strategies to connect and support greater father involvement highlighted.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Class
Filled
Instructor:
Date: Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Care Plus NJ
610 Valley Health Plaza, Paramus, NJ

More Details

Generation Silent -- Addressing Aging in the GLBT Community

ID: 1113

The generation who fought for LGBT rights, who brought the conversation of sexual orientation out of the closet are now battling discrimination on 2 levels: aging and orientation. As clinical staff we are called to understand, appreciate and engage with seniors who have womanned and manned the front lines of the fight for sexual orientation acceptance. This workshop will address the process of growing up gay, coming out, family dynamics, community and healthcare awareness or lack thereof. Participants will explore their own values, attitudes and beliefs about sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression and begin to integrate and assess the impact of these issues on aging individuals and their families. Topics addressed include affirmative and inclusive language, best practice considerations, aging-specific issues and sexually inclusive interviewing. Social work ethics will be reviewed and emphasized as a foundation for working affirmatively with clients. This workshop does not qualify for NBCC (National Board for Certified Counselors) clock hours in ethics.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Clinical, Social/Cultural, Ethical

Instructor: Tracey Post, LCSW
Date: Friday, December 15, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Parker at Monroe
395 Schoolhouse Road , Monroe Township, NJ

More Details

Incorporating Cultural Competence into Ethical Decision Making

ID: 4088

This interactive workshop will explore several different perspectives regarding ethical decision making. It will examine the role of cultural competence in making ethical decisions and outline how the social worker can synthesize ethical decision making and cultural competence into their practice. The workshop will utilize varied learning methods including short lectures, discussions, case examples and interactive group activities. By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to identify cultural competence issues in several areas of their work and how to apply ethical decision making models to guide their practice. *This workshop does not qualify for NBCC (National Board for Certified Counselors) clock hours in ethics.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural, Ethical

Instructor: Robert Hazlett, PhD, LCSW
Date: Monday, September 25, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Cancer Care
275 Seventh Avenue, 22nd Floor , New York, NJ

More Details

Instructor: Robert Hazlett, PhD, LCSW
Date: Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Parsippany - Octagon 10 Office Center
1719 Route 10 East, Parsippany, NJ

More Details

Instructor: Robert Hazlett, PhD, LCSW
Date: Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Bergen- DHS, Hackensack, NJ
Bergen County Administration Building, Hackensack, NJ

More Details

Issues of Spirituality in Working with Survivors of Sexual Violence

ID: 1324

As a result of attending this workshop, participants will be able to recognize the connections, whether implicit or explicit, between our bodies, our sexuality, and our spirituality. Participants will learn ways in which spirituality may be approached by service providers working with survivors and distinguish between religion and spirituality. Participants attending this workshop will also gain insight into how a provider's own relationship to spirituality might impact work with survivors.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Class
Unavailable

Instructor: Andrea Spencer-Linzie, MDiv, MPhil
Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Monmouth Cares
Class Unavailable

More Details

LGBT Issues and the Law

ID: 4073

Being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered often requires clients to view who they are and what their rights are as defined by law. A general understanding of what the law says is required in many situations, such as: legalizing a relationship, ending a relationship, housing, protecting civil rights in employment, and asserting one?s rights when it comes to discrimination and hate crime victimization. This workshop will address what the helping professional needs to know when it comes to the New Jersey civil union and domestic partnership statutes, adoption law, the Law Against Discrimination and Hate Crimes Act, as well as the impact of Federal laws such as The Civil Rights Act, the Defense of Marriage Act, and the Employment Nondiscrimination Act, among other things. The participant will also learn who they can refer their client to and what kind of assistance is available to them, as well what changes are currently pending to make New Jersey safer and more equal for LGBT clients. Knowledge of the law is not necessary as the presenter is committed to making law understandable for social workers and other helping professionals. *This workshop does not qualify for NBCC clock hours in ethics

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural, Ethical

Class
Unavailable

Instructor: Christine Heer, Esq, LCSW, DVS
Date: Thursday, July 20, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St., 3rd floor - CLASSROOM B
Class Unavailable

More Details

Instructor: Christine Heer, Esq, LCSW, DVS
Date: Friday, February 2, 2018
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Rutgers Eco Complex
1200 Florence Columbus Rd , Bordentown Township, NJ

More Details

Living as a Multicultural Family: An Adoptive Family Perspective

ID: 5979

When people choose to build a multicultural family through adoption, they incur the responsibility of redesigning their entire family's cultural identity. To succeed, parents must explore what it means to be subject to heightened social scrutiny as a "conspicuous family", develop the vocabulary to craft age-appropriate lessons about race and culture, and build the self-confidence and clarity of motives to engage others about what it means to be a true multicultural family. This workshop is designed to develop the practitioner's skill in broaching this subject with clients of all backgrounds and guiding them on their journey beyond their existing social perceptions, and often their own comfort zone. *This workshop does not qualify for NBCC clock hours in ethics.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Clinical, Social/Cultural

Class
Unavailable

Instructor: Stefani Moon, MA, LPC
Date: Thursday, July 20, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Care Plus NJ
Class Unavailable

More Details

Living on the Edge: Poverty, Hunger, and the Role of Advocacy in NJ

ID: 4138

As the economic divide widens in America, more people are living in or on the edge of poverty. This workshop examines hunger and food insecurity as symptoms of poverty and the various causes of this growing problem. Health and economic consequences of hunger will be discussed as well as social and political factors. Several anti-hunger/nutrition programs will be highlighted with emphasis on ways to reach at risk populations, such as older adults and children. Through lecture, video and case studies, workshop participants will gain an in-depth understanding of the issue and the role of social work in eradicating poverty and hunger through outreach, education and advocacy.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Instructor: Lisa Pitz, MSW
Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St., 3rd floor - CLASSROOM B
390 George St., 3rd Floor, New Brunswick, NJ

More Details

Looking Through the Invisible Borders: A Cross Cultural Response to Trauma Survivors

ID: 1328

This workshop's scope utilizes a cross cultural perspective in examining, exploring and identifying appropriate clinical strategies in trauma response. Sexual violence is endemic amongst all races, cultures and ethnicities nationally and internationally. Culture, context and identity are inherently woven within a trauma survivors experience as it is within a professional responding to the trauma survivor. Through this workshop we will attempt to understand the trauma experience cross culturally and the use of the professional's sense of self and identity in strategizing appropriate response. This workshop is offered in collaboration with NJ CASA. 5 NJ DVS credits: Intervention Skills

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Clinical, Social/Cultural

Instructor: Julie O'Rourke
Rupa Khetarpal, LCSW
Date: Friday, January 26, 2018
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St, 3rd floor - CLASSROOM A
390 George Street, 3rd floor, New Brunswick, NJ

More Details

Managing Differences and Difficult Supervisees

ID: 5307

The focus of this interactive workshop will be major elements of managing differences and difficult supervisees in supervision. In addition to discussing the cultural contexts of the supervisory relationship, participants will be exposed to research regarding difficulties in supervision, practice problem solving with case examples, and discuss the role of supervisory style as it impacts the interaction between supervisor and supervisee.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Clinical, Social/Cultural

Class
Filled
Instructor: Robert Hazlett, PhD, LCSW
Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St., 3rd floor - CLASSROOM B
390 George St., 3rd Floor, New Brunswick, NJ

More Details

Instructor: Robert Hazlett, PhD, LCSW
Date: Monday, December 4, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Rutgers Eco Complex
1200 Florence Columbus Rd , Bordentown Township, NJ

More Details

Many Faces/Many Bodies - The Prevention and Treatment of Eating Disorders in Multi-Cultural Framework

ID: 5231

The intent of this workshop is to demonstrate that eating disorders do not discriminate. Men, Women, Boys, and Girls of all ethnicities can be vulnerable to developing an eating disorder, body image dissatisfaction, and body dyspmorphia. Through a documentary and case vignettes, participants will learn about the prevention and treatment of eating disorders in a multi-cultural framework and learn about the current evidenced-based treatments For early detection and intervention FBT, Family Based Therapy, CBT-E, CBT -Enhanced for Eating Disorders; DBT - Dialectical Behavioral Therapy For Eating Disorders, and Mindfulness

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Clinical, Social/Cultural

Class
Unavailable

Instructor: Barbara Reese, LCSW
Date: Friday, July 21, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St, 3rd floor - CLASSROOM A
Class Unavailable

More Details

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Diversity: Understanding the Needs of LGBT Individuals

ID: 5579

This workshop provides an in-depth examination of sexual orientation and gender identity diversity, with a focus on the psychological and social issues facing lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, as it relates to the provision of care in the social service context. Topics include LGBT subculture, the impact of prejudice, discrimination, and the "heterosexual assumption" on LGBT individuals and on the LGBT community. Use of inclusive language and other techniques for creating environments that are welcoming for LGBT individuals will be addressed, and how professionals can help youth and adults who are questioning their sexualities or genders. The workshop also examines common stereotypes and attitudes toward LGBT people, including the origins of these stereotypes, related research findings, and effective techniques for addressing the stereotypes and attitudes of others.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Instructor: Paula Rodriguez Rust, PhD
Date: Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Parsippany - Octagon 10 Office Center
1719 Route 10 East, Parsippany, NJ

More Details

Understanding Relationships in Social Work: Using Relational-Cultural Theory

ID: 4239

Relational-Cultural Theory (RCT), is an evidence-based theoretical and practice approach that provides a framework for understanding human functioning. RCT considers the impact of race and cultural differences as a central component to development and adaptation. When working in multicultural settings, an RCT approach can improve relationships between clients, social workers, and treatment teams.This model provides a useful framework for practice as well as supervision.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Instructor: Lisa Eible, DSW, LCSW
Date: Friday, February 16, 2018
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Rutgers Eco Complex
1200 Florence Columbus Rd , Bordentown Township, NJ

More Details

Understanding Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity 101

ID: 4935

This workshop will offer an in depth examination of the spectrums of sexual orientation and gender identity. What does it mean to be gender fluid, cisgender, questioning or gender diverse? How do we make our practices, office and forms inclusive and welcoming? Topics include basic terminology, an overview of the layers of sexual identity, the impact of prejudice, discrimination, and assumed heterosexuality on LGBT individuals and on the LGBT community. The workshop will offer the opportunity to explore personal values, and practice skill-building. Ways to dispel myths, misconceptions, and avoid reinforcing negative stereotypes will be highlighted. This workshop is available individually or as part of the Topics In-Depth packages.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Instructor: Tracey Post, LCSW
Date: Friday, December 1, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: Rutgers Eco Complex
1200 Florence Columbus Rd , Bordentown Township, NJ

More Details

Violence Against Women in Diverse Populations

ID: 1303

Recognizing the critical impact that issues of race, culture, sexual orientation, religious identity, ability and other diverse identities has on victims' experiences of violence, this workshop provides a first glimpse into the issues of violence against women in relation to: LGBT community; people with disabilities; cultural groups or ethnicities; immigrants, asylum seekers & refugees; people with language issues; elder victims; male victims; substance abuse population; severe mental illness population; and teens. Participants will leave this workshop having learned strategies for addressing the various obstacles or issues that victims face in accessing services and negotiating the various support systems.

Fee: $129.00
Continuing Ed. Hours (CEH): 5.00 Social/Cultural

Class
Unavailable

Instructor: Lisa Smith, MS, DVS
Date: Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Time: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location: 390 George St, 3rd floor - CLASSROOM A
Class Unavailable

More Details

Jump to Concentration: