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The course dates and times listed for this offering are for registration purposes only. You will receive access to the courses you select within about 7 days of registration. Once you have access you can begin and continue through the program at your own pace. 

 

This certificate was developed to address a growing demand by people interested in entering Cannabis industry as growers, medical cannabis providers, or individuals involved with business and/or legal aspects of the industry. The courses created for the Cannabis Studies Certificate program were developed by Stockton faculty and industry leaders to address a growing demand by people interested in entering the cannabis industry.

 

The courses are designed for online and self-paced education.

The Cannabis Studies Certificate is comprised of six (6) courses. You select six of the nine courses listed below to create your own Cannabis Studies Certificate. If you are interested in registering for additional courses, they are available individually in GSMU. You will receive a certificate for each course you complete plus the Cannabis Studies Certificate. See the individual course offerings for course details.

1.     The Cannabis Industry: Understanding the Opportunities

2.     The Risk Management and Insurance for Cannabis Businesses

3.     Environmental Issues and Sustainability in the Cannabis Industry

4.     Cannabis Cultivation

5.     Social Justice and Cannabis

6.     Cannabis and Communications Exploring Perspectives and Messaging

7.     Introduction to Research in Medical and Adult-Use Cannabis

8.     Introduction to Business

9.  NRF Retail Industry Fundamentals

Every effort will be made to send login information within 7 days of your registration however it may take longer. Once you receive this information, you may begin the program.

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Starts Starts: 9/15/2023 9:00 AM
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The course dates and times listed for this offering are for registration purposes only. You will receive access within 7 business days of registration. Once you have access you can begin and continue through the program at your own pace.

The Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality & Tourism, Stockton University School of Business (LIGHT) and Office of Continuing Studies & Adult Education at Stockton University (OCS&AE) partnered with New Jersey Tourism Industry Association (NJTIA) to bring a professional designation to those making a career in the leisure and hospitality sector.

Complete the certificate in 8 months!

The CTIP program is comprised of 7 courses: Marketing and Brand Identity, Tourism Leadership Landscape, Economic Policy and Sustainability, Strategic Planning and Assessment, Experiential Tourism, Engaging Internal and External Stakeholders, And Wellness Tourism.

See below for a brief overview of each course and visit Stockton.edu/light/ctip for detailed information.

Marketing & Brand Identity: With this course, participants will gain a sound marketing foundation necessary to attract and retain visitors to tourism destinations and their constituents. Students will experience three discrete modules, each providing a unique mix of academic principles complemented with real life applications in the form of narrated lectures, expert interviews, guided exercises, assigned readings, business case study reviews, skill assessments and more: Destination Marketing and Branding, Attracting Business & Travel, and Identifying Niche Markets
Developed by: Donna Albano, Ed.D., Professor of Hospitality and Tourism Management Studies Stockton University, Karina Anthony, Senior Director of Marketing Visit Atlantic City, Rebecca Thiry, Director of Advertising and Digital Media Ocean Casino Resort.

Tourism Leadership Landscape: This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the Tourism Leadership Landscape. While special focus will be given to the operation of New Jersey based organizations, foundational concepts will be applicable to all destination markets. Developed by Adam Perle, President & CEO ArtPride New Jersey Foundation.

Economic Policy and Sustainability: With this course, participants will gain a foundation in economic policy and sustainability necessary to navigate, collaborate, and influence tourism destinations practices. Students will experience four discrete modules, each providing a unique mix of tourism research, principles and documented best practices that are complemented with real life applications in the form of narrated lectures, expert interviews, guided exercises, assigned readings, business case study reviews, skill assessments and more. Developed by Noel Criscione-Naylor, Associate Professor, Hospitality, Tourism, and Event Management Studies Stockton University

Strategic Planning and Assessment: Participants who complete this course of study successfully will gain knowledge and learn hands-on experience in 1) strategic planning – understanding the external environment, internal environment, formulation process, implementation, and evaluation and control – 2) financial management (quantitative) and the “balanced scorecard” approaches, and 3) assessment and benchmarking activities, which are essential to compete in a very competitive travel and tourism industry, especially in the post-pandemic world.
Developed by George L. De Feis, DPS, MBA, BE Assistant Professor of Business Management Stockton University

Experiential Tourism: Experiential tourism is one of the fastest-growing travel trends. But experiential travel isn’t new. In fact, for a number of years now, travelers have long been desiring trips full of culinary, culture and activity-based experiences. Participants will gain an understanding of the many aspects of experiential tourism and learn how to apply this knowledge for growth, strategy and branding. Developed by Susan Adelizzi-Schmidt President, Suasion Communications Group

Engaging Internal and External Stakeholders: Participants will learn how to identify, engage and maximize stakeholders. Through six self-guided modules, they will have the opportunity to learn about mission-driven work, the lifecycle of volunteers as stakeholders (from recruitment to celebration), how to leverage stakeholders as brand ambassadors, and how to plan to maximize stakeholders in their organizations. Developed by Erin O’Hanlon Coordinator of Service-Learning Stockton Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning

Wellness Tourism: Wellness tourism is a segment of the health tourism industry that is growing at a tremendous rate. What makes wellness tourism different? Wellness tourism is more than just going to a spa for a massage or a facial. It’s about transformative experiences that feed your mind, body and spirit. Maybe it’s sitting quietly while gazing over grassy fields, or visiting an Ayurvedic retreat, or immersing yourself in the experience of an Onsen. Wellness activities are regenerative, restorative, and proactive in supporting healthy living. Wellness tourism is experiential and personal. Participants will gain an understanding of the various aspects of wellness tourism, its evolution and how to engage in this expanding area. Developed by Jennifer Aarons Teaching Specialist Hospitality, Tourism and Event Management Stockton University

Detailed information can be found at: Stockton.edu/light/ctip

The course dates and times listed for this offering are for registration purposes only. You will receive access within 7 business days of registration. Once you have access you can begin and continue through the program at your own pace.
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Starts Starts: 2/12/2024 9:00 AM
Sessions Session: Online
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Status Status: 20 open seats left
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Doctor, doctor thyself? Mental Health, Emotional Wellbeing, and Self-care for Mental Health Providers is an important process which can be easily overlooked while caring for others. Quite often can be taboo discussion amongst colleagues. While providers know the effects of physical/mental/emotional/spiritual wellbeing on health, some find it difficult to prioritize their own care. This workshop aims to help mental health professionals identify their own physical symptoms, behaviors in the workplace, and learn useful tools beyond the typical mainstream stereotypes. Create a lifestyle of health and wellness that balances caregiving and caring for the self. Instructor, Jennifer Vazquez, LCSW, will discuss the mental health needs of providers in a sensitive and productive manner that promotes self-care, supports and recognizes the human aspect of the field, and managing their own life stressors while maintaining their roles as providers. Stockton University is authorized to offer continuing education credits for social workers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, and Massachusetts for licensure and certification renewal by the licensure boards in those states. Stockton’s undergraduate and graduate programs in social work are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Stockton University, Office of Continuing Studies is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0635. CEUs/Contact Hours: 2.0 Clinical Practice More
Starts Starts: 4/17/2024 6:00 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: Closed
Class Size Class size: 35 seats
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Stockton’s new “Understanding the Spectrum of Eating Disordered Behaviors” Certificate Series, taught by Suzanne Rubinetti, LCSW, features five workshops to address the many aspects of clinical work within the eating disorders. Each workshop is 2.5 hours long, and will focus on various aspects of disordered eating, OCD, family/social dynamics, Orthorexia, and Intuitive Eating. Clinicians in this series will learn the definitions, clinical presentations of the spectrum of eating disorders (via DSM 5), and clinical treatment strategies. Participants will also hear case study examples, learn how to include CBT, exposure therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and mindfulness in treatment, and develop realistic recovery goals with clients. With many overlapping challenges in disordered eating and obsessive compulsive disorder, this series will begin with a 2-part “Eating Disorders & OCD” component which is required for completing the remaining sections of the program. Clinicians who do not complete the first two meetings will not be permitted to complete the series. This series is appropriate for all level clinicians working with both adult and adolescent populations.
  • Meeting 1 - Eating Disorders and OCD: Part 1 (4/26/24)
  • Meeting 2 - Eating Disorders and OCD: Part 2 (5/3/24) - Eating disorders and OCD are two extremely complicated illnesses and their symptoms often overlap. This two-part, lecture-based training will contain a comprehensive understanding of the overlap, and serve as mandatory “introductory workshops” for this certificate series. Participants will learn a broader understanding of the complexities in treating OCD co-occurring with eating disorders. Participants will also have a greater understanding of how to treat eating disorder symptoms, and identify important elements in a comprehensive treatment plan. Exposure therapy and desensitization will be discussed. Breakout discussion rooms, interactive exercises, role playing, and case material will be used to further increase learning. Please note: Attendance for the first two sessions (Eating Disorders and OCD Parts 1 and 2) will be required to complete the certificate program.

  • Meeting 3 - Orthorexia (5/17/24) - Orthorexia was defined in 1998, and means an obsession with proper or healthy eating. While it is not a DSM 5 diagnosed illness, in the last 5 years, the symptoms of orthorexia have surged and can have dangerous side effects. It is critical for clinicians to understand the complications of this disorder. In this course we will define what Orthorexia is and why it is such a complex disorder. Using lecture, case illustrations, video clips, role play and small group discussions we will look at the differences between orthorexia and other eating disorders and discuss treatment strategies.

  • Meeting 4 - Intuitive Eating (5/31/24) - Recently there has been an abundance of information on intuitive and mindful eating. The two are different and the learning process is challenging. Intuitive eating is a multi-layered practice that can only be successful if a detailed inquiry of an individual's "food story" is understood by the practitioner. This course will examine the process and participants will learn how to conduct a detailed food history with their clients as well as learn other useful skills. We will also explore the reasons why the development of intuitive eating is so challenging, and illustrate it using detailed case examples. This workshop will include lecture, interactive exercises on mindful eating, video clips and discussion.

  • Meeting 5 - Intergenerational Food Trauma (6/14/24) - Taking the time to understand the depth of historical traumas that have involved significant food and eating issues in the generations in a family provides critical information for the treatment of eating disorders. Conducting a detailed food inquiry and exploration of the food story through generations critically impacts treatment goals. This course will address sensitive topics such as genocide and long-term cultural/religious/family food behaviors resulting from surviving these traumatic events. In this workshop you will learn how to gather all the food history, important cultural information, and prepare realistic treatment goals.

Stockton University is authorized to offer continuing education credits for social workers, L/MFT, and LPC in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, and Massachusetts for licensure and certification renewal by the licensure boards in those states. Stockton’s undergraduate and graduate programs in social work are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Stockton University, Office of Continuing Studies is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0635. CEUs/Contact Hours: 12.5 Hours Clinical Practice
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Starts Starts: 4/26/2024 9:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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Status Status: 3 wait spaces available
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Racial framing can have strong effects on programs, policies, and even evaluations. Racial framing developed as a justification for the exploitation of minorities and has been a primary causal factor in the persistence of racism. By being aware of its pattern, structure, origins, and how racism framing generates effects, we can significantly reduce its influence, thus enhancing the rigor of our studies by controlling for a potential bias that’s often convert. Stories play a critical role in framing and reframing processes. This course is for everyone seeking to gain an understanding of Racial Frames and its negative affect on us as a whole society. Stockton University is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education Boards (CSWE) and is approved to offer continuing education credits for social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists, and licensed professional counselors in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, Virginia, and all additional states that accept CSWE-approved CEUs for licensure and certification renewal. Stockton University, Office of Continuing Studies is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0635. 3.0 Social/Cultural Competence More
Starts Starts: 5/1/2024 9:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 12 open seats left
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Join local instructor, Linda Schwartz, for our 5-part series of Chair Yoga. Chair Yoga is a modified form of yoga using a chair, but we also do standing postures in class which can also be performed in a chair. The class includes the body scan, breathing exercises, gentle movements, chair and standing yoga, meditation and relaxation. Chair yoga has been shown to enhance muscular strength, body flexibility, and respiratory function making it beneficial for individuals of all ages and fitness levels including those with limited mobility, those who sit for extended periods, and those who want a gentle workout. Benefits from Chair Yoga can include: stress reduction, pain management, releasing tension, cardiovascular health, enhanced balance, mental well-being, and soothes the emotions. Students are encouraged to bring a water bottle and utilize our hydration stations.

Please note: This course meets 5 times over 6 weeks.  This class will not meet on May 17, 2024.  
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Starts Starts: 5/3/2024 2:00 PM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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Status Status: 6 open seats left
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The AC Walking Tours allows participants to actively experience the historical landmarks, events, and sub-cultures of Atlantic City. Our guided tours - led by AC Historian and Stockton Adjunct Professor Dr. Levi Fox - will explore different neighborhoods and perspectives across the city and beyond. Bring your walking shoes and water bottle, as each tour will cover between 2 to 3 miles of parks, city streets, and the boardwalk. The Spring 2024 Tours will offer the following locations: May 4: Lower Chelsea, May 11: Nucky's Empire (NEW), May 18: Margate's "The Lucy Loop", and May 25: Historic Somers Point.  YOU MUST REGISTER FOR EACH TOUR SEPARATELY!! By choosing this option you are registering for Tour #1 ONLY- May 4: Lower Chelsea Tour: Starting in the historic Chelsea neighborhood at the Stockton Atlantic City Campus, this tour will feature the Jewish Heritage of the neighborhood including two synagogues, a former tailor shop, an ex-union headquarters, and more. The tour also explores the history of the various immigrant communities that have come into Atlantic City more recently, including diverse Hispanic and Asian groups. This tour begins and ends at the Stockton University Campus in Atlantic City at the intersection of Atlantic and Albany Avenues. The starting address for this tour will be the Stockton Atlantic City John F. Scarpa Academic Building 3711 Atlantic Ave, AC. More
Starts Starts: 5/4/2024 12:00 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 33 open seats left
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This Intentional Manifestation Retreat is an empowering seminar for Social Workers and Mental Health Professionals: Join us for a transformative one-day intensive experience meticulously designed to enrich your skill set and supercharge your personal and professional growth.

Unlock the power to turn your and your clients' intentions from mere thoughts into tangible realities. Through a profound synergy of metaphysical practices supported by Blooms Taxonomy. Through this journey, we'll delve deep into self-improvement, goal setting, self-awareness, and the enhancement of your overall quality of life.

By the end of this retreat, you'll not only have a meticulously crafted plan to conquer your personal and professional aspirations but also a personalized routine that fosters harmony and equilibrium in your life. Additionally, you'll gain invaluable insights into how the lunar cycle impacts our daily existence, bringing further alignment to your personal and professional goals.

This program is tailor-made for Social Workers and mental health professionals seeking to enhance their own life objectives while equipping themselves with tools to empower their clients. Explore how to set and attain goals, and establish positive daily routines, ultimately fostering profound positive change.


Stockton University is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education Boards (CSWE) and is approved to offer continuing education credits for social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists, and licensed professional counselors in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, Virginia, and all additional states that accept CSWE-approved CEUs for licensure and certification renewal. Stockton University, Office of Continuing Studies is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0635.

CEUs/Contact Hours: 6.0 General Practice

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Starts Starts: 5/4/2024 9:00 AM
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Status Status: 16 open seats left
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This course is an introduction to the French language. Conducted in dual French and English by a French-speaking instructor, class sessions include learning techniques with the adult in mind. These adult-learner techniques include referencing common words in French and English, practicing short conversations, and selecting the right expressions for personal situations - such as travel, business, friendship, and culture. This series does not carry academic credits. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the conclusion. Previous experience with French is helpful, but not necessary. All skill levels are welcome.

PLEASE NOTE: The instructor has requested students have the following items for the first week of class: The textbook (see below), a notebook, pen and pencil with eraser. A French-to-English dictionary (either hard copy or google translate) is suggested, but optional . 
○ French Demystified, Premium 3rd Edition by Annie Heminway
Amazon price: ~$17.00 (new), ~$10 (used)
Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education 3 edition (August 30, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9781259836237, ISBN-13: 978-1259836237
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Starts Starts: 5/9/2024 11:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 8
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Status Status: 16 open seats left
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The AC Walking Tours allows participants to actively experience the historical landmarks, events, and sub-cultures of Atlantic City. Our guided tours - led by AC Historian and Stockton Adjunct Professor Dr. Levi Fox - will explore different neighborhoods and perspectives across the city and beyond. Bring your walking shoes and water bottle, as each tour will cover between 2 to 3 miles of parks, city streets, and the boardwalk. The Spring 2024 Tours will offer the following locations: May 4: Lower Chelsea, May 11: Nucky's Empire (NEW), May 18: Margate's "The Lucy Loop", and May 25: Historic Somers Point.  YOU MUST REGISTER FOR EACH TOUR SEPARATELY!! By choosing this option you are registering for Tour #2 ONLY- May 11: Nucky's Empire: Led by "Special Guest Guide" Nucky Johnson, Prohibition Era Political Boss and Gangster. Departs from Knife & Fork Restaurant at the corner of Atlantic and Albany Avenues, passes by old Atlantic City Mosaic Mural, former site of Teplitzky's, Monopoly Pocket Park, Boardwalk Hall, historic Ritz-Carlton, arcades, restuarnts, and many more spots while discussing Nucky's Empire before ending at the historic President Hotel site.  The starting address for this tour will be the Knife and Fork Restaurant at Atlantic and Albany Avenues. Parking is located in the lot at Stockton Atlantic City John F. Scarpa Academic Building 3711 Atlantic Ave, AC with overflow parking available in the Stockton Parking Garage directly across the street. More
Starts Starts: 5/11/2024 12:00 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 20 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 35 seats
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“Understanding the Grieving Client: Familial and Traumatic Loss Certificate” is a collection of five courses taught by Jennifer Vazquez, LCSW, specially curated for clinicians working with clients coping with grief and the deep loss of losing loved ones. This series is designed for new and seasoned professionals in private practice or conducting therapy on an outpatient basis. The full series provides 15.0 Clinical CEUs to social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists, and licensed professional counselors. Please note: attendance in the first "intro session" is mandatory for completion of the series. Participants who do not attend the "intro session" will not be permitted to complete the remaining sessions. The five individual workshop descriptions are as follows: 

  • Introduction to Grief - Wednesday, May 15, 2024 (10:00am to 1:30pm)- Participants of this “Intro” course will gain a detailed understanding of an expected clinical grief presentation, environmental factors (family dynamics, employment, finances, etc.) that are affected after a death, as well as the basic framework for conceptualizing and treating the grieving client. This course is designed for professionals working with clients who have experienced death of a family member, friend, patient, etc. Please note: this session is mandatory. 

  • Grief and Death of Spouse/Partner - Wednesday, June 5, 2024 - Participants of this course will discuss the impact of death and grief suffered with the loss of a spouse, partner, and/or significant other. Often regarded as only second to losing a child, losing a spouse/partner will have a multi-year symptom presentation. This course will review the “business of grief” (including events such as memorial and estate planning), the therapist's role in providing support, grieving with minor children, dating after the loss of a spouse/partner, and overall family dynamics. This course is designed for professionals working with clients who have experienced the death of a spouse or partner.

  • Grief and Death of a Child - Wednesday, June 26, 2024 - Participants of this course will discuss the deep impact surrounding the death of a child and how losing a child changes grieving parents.  This course will outline grief on a four-year time line (including a symptoms presentation, suicide assessment, and the therapist role in providing support), family dynamics, workplace impacts, and restoring ‘homeostasis’.  This course is designed for professionals working with clients who have experienced the death of a child of any age.

  • Grief and Frontline Workers - Wednesday, July 31, 2024 - Participants of this course will discuss the impact of death and grief frontline workers (Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, EMTs, Behavioral Health Staff, etc.) regularly face in their professional careers.  We will define frontline workers,  discuss the often-overlooked support staff, and review the goals and ethics surrounding educated professionals in these fields. Additional clinical work will be centered around the impact of the COVID Pandemic/”Return to Normal” resentment, Psychological First Aid, and supporting those considering retirement and/or career change due to grief and trauma. This course is designed for professionals in private practice or conducting therapy on an outpatient basis.

  • Grief and Ambiguous Loss - Wednesday, August 21, 2024 (10:00am to 12:30pm) - Participants of this course will learn to define “Ambiguous Loss”, both physical and psychological, recognize various types of loss which land in this category - including miscarriage, divorce, immigration, incarceration, estranged family, and more - and how these are different than loss resulting from death. Participants will also review treatment goals and guidelines for working with clients in clinical settings. This interactive session is designed for professionals in private practice or conducting therapy on an outpatient basis.
Stockton University is authorized to offer continuing education credits for social workers, L/MFT, and LPC in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, and Massachusetts for licensure and certification renewal by the licensure boards in those states. Stockton’s undergraduate and graduate programs in social work are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Stockton University, Office of Continuing Studies is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0635. CEUs/Contact Hours: 15 Hours Clinical Practice

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Starts Starts: 5/15/2024 10:00 AM
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The AC Walking Tours allows participants to actively experience the historical landmarks, events, and sub-cultures of Atlantic City. Our guided tours - led by AC Historian and Stockton Adjunct Professor Dr. Levi Fox - will explore different neighborhoods and perspectives across the city and beyond. Bring your walking shoes and water bottle, as each tour will cover between 2 to 3 miles of parks, city streets, and the boardwalk. The Spring 2024 Tours will offer the following locations: May 4: Lower Chelsea, May 11: Nucky's Empire (NEW), May 18: Margate's "The Lucy Loop", and May 25: Historic Somers Point.  YOU MUST REGISTER FOR EACH TOUR SEPARATELY!! By choosing this option you are registering for Tour #3 ONLY- May 18: This tour will be centralized around the City of Margate and historic Lucy the Elephant. Prominent points of interest include “Old Margate City Hall” and Historical Society Museum, PartiPak Deli/”Club Wawa”, Main Street Businesses, “The Gold Coast” Mansions, Military Monuments, various Beach Block homes, and a deep history of Lucy the Elephant. Starting & Ending Address: Margate Historical Society Museum, 1 S Washington Ave, Margate City, NJ 08402 Suggested Parking: Limited parking may be available behind the Museum at 1 S. Washington Ave. But, we strongly suggest utilizing the downtown street parking on Washington Ave, Atlantic and Ventnor Avenues adjacent to our starting point. Please do not park in the Wawa or local condo building parking lots. More
Starts Starts: 5/18/2024 12:00 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Class Size Class size: 35 seats
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