Happy Monday! Below is a brief roundup of resources added over the past week.
Candid Conversations are back!
Join Elijah Brice-Middleton, Director at Plainfield Area Humane Society (PAHS) in New Jersey on Thursday, August 24 at 12:00PM PT/3:00PM ET, as he reveals the values and skills he uses to face challenges of being, in his words, “a brown face in a white world.” Register Now
Apply now: Maddie’s Fund Online Instructor-Led courses
The application window for Online Instructor-Led Courses (formerly known as online apprenticeships) open today and close on August 31. View Offerings
Register now for the Return to Home Challenge Huddles!
Every Wednesday during the month of September, there will be a 50-minute Zoom Huddle at 12pm PT/3pm ET. Each Zoom Huddle will consist of 20-minute presentations from peers involved in Return to Home programs at their animal shelter or rescue organization. This will be followed by 30-minute Q&A. Learn More
Webcast: Using Care Pathways to Manage Your Shelter Behavior Program
When: Wednesday, August 31 at 12:00 PM PT/3:00 PM ET
Care Pathways are standardized plans for animals that have the same type of condition. They allow for individualized support while ensuring efficient, effective care for animals with that condition. Join Maddie’s Fund® Director of Outreach and Research, Sheila Segurson, DVM, DACVB to learn more. Watch Recording
Weekly Community Conversations
Register now for the weekly Monday 11AM PT/2PM ET call for animal well-being professionals. These 50-minute calls are a collaborative space to share exciting new programs and research, discuss uncomfortable topics, connect with peers in the industry, and more, all while sharing a common goal of preserving the human-animal bond. There’s also $10,000 in grants given away each month to participants! Watch Last Week’s
NEW Monthly webcast: Maddie’s® Insights
Maddie’s® Insights are monthly webcasts with practical tips based on current research to help pets and people. Join us on September 8, 2022 at 12:ooPM PT/3:00PM ET for “What Laboratory Studies May Tell Us About Stress in a Dog Shelter.” Learn More