Career Basics Facilitator Guide
The NAFOA Career Basics facilitator guide is designed to direct facilitators through NAFOA's youth program. The guide provides a brief explanation of each lesson in each program along with goals, expectations, and helpful tips for taking the conversation offline. The guide is meant to carve your journey as a facilitator and is not exhaustive. We encourage all facilitators to think about the regional, tribal, and individual differences related to your group of youth and try to incorporate additional ways to appeal to those.
Facilitators must have two-three years of experience working with youth, and must currently be working with Native youth and young professionals ages 18-26.
Examples of potential facilitators include: youth program coordinators, after-school program facilitators, workforce development programs, etc.
In-person or Virtual Facilitators
In-person facilitators are responsible for all of the administrative details related to the delivery of the course (e.g., printing of materials, submission of participant materials, etc.). Virtual facilitators are responsible for getting their youth participants registered and actively participating in the online learning space.
Request the Facilitator Guide
The form must be filled out by a designated facilitator. This individual must have two-three years of experience working with youth, and must currently be working with Native youth ages 18-26.