UPCOMING TRAINING & CERTIFICATION EVENTS
July 6th | 10am ET
Webinar: The World is Calling: How MCORE Can be Used as a Tool to Help Young People Find Their Purpose in a Noisy World
Young people today are living in an incredibly noisy world. With media at their fingertips and the opportunity to engage in it at every turn, it is hard for them to quiet the mind and recognize what is most important in the world. In this webinar, we will discuss “calling” and the the importance of young people understanding and realizing their calling as it pertains to vocation. TJ will also discuss challenges students are facing today and offer some powerful, practical ways in which MCORE can help young people better understand their calling by engaging more deeply in what intrinsically motivates them.
TJ Warren earned both his B.A. in Elementary-Middle Level Education and M.A.E. in Post-Secondary Education: Student Affairs from the University of Northern Iowa. After working in a variety of areas in higher education, TJ became the Pathways Center Associate for Vocation and Mentoring at Wartburg College in 2013. This is where he discovered the amazing concept of vocation and calling; something he truly feels called to help young people understand and consider as they embark on their own journeys.
At Wartburg, TJ mentors students on calling, helping them discern who they are and how they can contribute to the world. Additionally in his role, he oversees mentoring initiatives, assists with academic advising, and helps with career development initiatives. On the side, TJ coaches young people who may be trying to figure out their next steps after high school, college, or after a personal and/or professional setback. He uses the MCORE in both proactive and reactive ways to help young people find their unique “why” and how their motivations connect with their personality, interests, passions, skills, values, and strengths.
Register in advance for this meeting by clicking on the link below.
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November 7 & 8 | 1p-5p ET
MCORE Training & Certification
The MCORE Training and Certification process is highly interactive and practical. Several different teaching modalities are used to ensure that each participant can engage the material according to his/her preferred learning style.
Stage One: Preparation
Those we train first experience for themselves the benefit of MCORE. Then each prepares for live training by reviewing several pre-recorded webinars and the 27 Core Motivations that make up MCORE
Stage Two: Virtual Training
The bulk of the training takes place in the context of two virtual sessions (four hours each). Cohorts are small highly personalized, and very interactive.
Stage Three: Review Sessions
Trainees facilitate five MCORE Review Sessions and a final one-on-one mentoring session with their trainer before being formally certified to use MCORE.
The total cost for all three stages of training is $1,750.
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the training.
Schedule 8am – 4pm
Schedule 9am – 5pm
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