Graduates of the 2020 Minority Professional Leadership Development (MPLD) program at AdoptUSKids networked, celebrated, and discussed their work during a June poster session.
A graduate of the AdoptUSKids Minority Professional Leadership Development program talks about the training she developed to help families and workers understand and address issues related to transracial adoption.
As a participant in the AdoptUSKids Minority Professional Leadership Development program, April Ludwig improved her agency’s recruitment and retention strategies.
How tribal values and traditions can guide recruitment, development, and support of resource families
AdoptUSKids worked with tribal consultants to provide this information to help you,
as a tribal child welfare administrator, ground resource family support efforts in tribal
culture and have tribal values, language, traditions, and teachings guide your work with
This tip sheet, created in partnership with tribal consultants, offers tribal child welfare administrators tips for supporting resource families who are acting as extended family.
The January online celebration was the culmination of the 12-month program, which promotes professional leadership development of minorities in the adoption field.