UniverCitiesExchange returns for its third installment to discuss the state of mental health for Missouri schoolchildren.
Volunteers are an essential resource for every nonprofit organization, regardless of mission or purpose. Recognizing the need for professional development in the critical field of volunteer management, MVMA and the NPML program will offer classes and events that individuals can use to qualify for a noncredit Chancellor’s Certificate in Volunteer Management from UMSL.
Entering its 18th year in 2021, the Fundamentals of Planning and Zoning Chancellor’s Certificate has educated hundreds of members of the St. Louis planning community.
Join community experts and partners at an interactive event to explore solutions for vacant property issues across St. Louis County!
Every organization should have board or staff members that possess financial credentials and/or experience and are charged with the primary responsibility of reporting or managing the financial matters of the nonprofit.
Join us for the inaugural UMSL Alumni Association 5K Run & Walk on the campus of the University of Missouri-St. Louis Saturday, October 16. See old friends, meet new ones, enjoy the beautiful surroundings and make strides towards a healthier life. All participants will receive a dri-fit event shirt, the opportunity to win a medal, plus other Triton treats and surprises.
A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the UMSL Triton Food Pantry.
This program will review the Guardianship and Conservatorship laws
and the legal process, as well as address the impact of the 2018 legislation and teach attendees
This training is developed for behavioral health professionals who are required to meet licensure and re-licensure continuing education hours in suicide assessment, referral, intervention and management skills.
Mental Health and Social Service Professionals need to be able to recognize and respond to client stress responses to successfully implement Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
Borderline Personality Disorder is often a diagnosis that is misunderstood and can go undiagnosed causing many to go without effective treatment. At least 1-2 % of the population are diagnosed with BPD, however, it is likely this statistic is an underestimate due to the difficulty practitioners have with understanding the diagnosis and its presentation.