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Welcome to the 2018 AFCOST Symposium. Below you will find the schedule and registration.
The Symposium will be held at Lesley University Brattle Campus.
 Washburn and Sherrill Halls on Lesley’s Brattle Campus (off of Garden Street)

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Monday, November 5 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
Not your average team builders: Exploring how to use ice breakers to build a stronger team FILLING

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Ice Breakers. You’ve heard the term hundreds of times. Sometimes you roll your eyes, other times you see the good in getting out of your seat, on your feet and making time to laugh. But do you really know how to use them effectively? Come and get re-energized to use ice breakers and team building games with your staff. In this workshop you will discover new games and activities, explore strategies and tools on how to use games to build a stronger team and practice re-creating and building activities for your teams needs. Come and play!


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Kaitlyn Kelley

Director, Moore Youth Center
Kaitlyn Kelley graduated from Lesley University with her bachelor's degree in Sociology and Social Change with a minor in Education. She has worked with Cambridge Youth Programs for over ten years in several different roles. She started as a youth worker, creating and implementing... Read More →


Monday November 5, 2018 11:30am - 1:00pm
Washburn Lounge, Lesley University Brattle Campus 99 Brattle St, Cambridge, MA 02138
  • about Kaitlyn Kelley graduated from Lesley University with her bachelor's degree in Sociology and Social Change with a minor in Education. She has worked with Cambridge Youth Programs for over ten years in several different roles. She started as a youth worker, creating and implementing a successful event planning program for middle schoolers, and winning the CYP Youth Worker All Star award in her first year. She continued to being a Program Director at the Gately Youth Center, and pursued an environment with strong relationships, youth voice and  play in all aspects of her program. Currently, Kaitlyn is in her second year as Center Director at the Moore Youth Center, bringing her magical, creative and youth centered atmosphere to the teen world. Wishing she was a princess, you can often catch Kaitlyn visiting Disney World, or planning her next magical vacation.

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