The Center for the Advanced Study and Practice of Hope

T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics

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World Conference on Hope and Youth
Friday, November 13, 2020
All Day Virtual Conference
Early bird registration from September 9 - October 9, 2020

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Do not miss this worldwide event bringing together researchers and practitioners in a first of its kind conference to advance the understanding and practice of hope and its importance to youth and the adults who serve them.

Hope science and practice have emerged as powerful elements critical to the physical, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual well-being of all.

Join us on November 13 for this remarkable experience as we examine the power of hope.

  • Cutting edge research
  • Innovative advances in creating cultures of hope
  • Voices of hope from around the world

 

The Center for the Advanced Study and Practice of Hope (The Hope Center) was founded in partnership with Kids at Hope (KAH) to support research, instruction, and clinical practice between the Hope Center and a wide-sector of community-based organizations.

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At the Hope Center, three principles serve as the basis of our work

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We use pioneering research and partner with field experts to advance the science of hope.

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We partner with schools and community organizations, to cultivate hope and character strengths that will lead to measurable improvements in the well-being of youth.

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We create tools and resources for teaching hope to transform and make the learning process significantly more effective.

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The Center for the Advanced Study and Practice of Hope was founded in partnership with Kids at Hope (KAH).

 

The Center for the Advanced Study and Practice of Hope
Cowden Family Resource Building, Suite 227
850 Cady Mall
Tempe, Arizona 85281

Contact: kim.heredia@asu.edu