The Missouri Institute for Mental Health (MIMH) CE Circle is a subscription-based service in which members receive live-online behavioral health trainings throughout the year. Members pay only one fee each year. At least 40 live-online opportunities over the course of the year will be available for members to receive training on a wide variety of behavioral health topics.
This is a grant writing workshop with an overview of the federal agencies and private foundations that regularly offer funding. Participants will learn to evaluate grant opportunities, learn the different sections of a grant application and what content should be covered in each section. The program will finish with 17 tips to improve grant writing skills.
A six-week small business success workshop series for North St. Louis County restaurants and retail businesses.
A unique evening of conversation and entertainment with a dazzling piece of music performed live by the Arianna String Quartet connected to a different theme each month (prior themes included architecture, chemistry, physics, business, brewing).
The Computer Education & Training Center at UMSL offers noncredit computer courses to meet technological challenges in the workplace.
Participate in this web-based class for a primer on how to start a Missouri nonprofit corporation that will seek to obtain 501(c)(3) tax exempt status from the IRS. In addition, this class will also cover the basics of good governance policies, strategies, and requirements that will allow your organization to maintain its 501(c)(3) tax exempt status on an ongoing basis once you are up and running.
The University of Missouri Broadband Initiative team has created resources to help communities navigate and apply for broadband funding.
This is a free 15-minute training that offers strategies on how to combat Zoom Fatigue!
Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is the most empirically supported intervention for children exposed to trauma. This presentation will provide a brief history of TF-CBT, introduce the basic structure and components of the model, and review the research base supporting its efficacy.
UMSL jazz camp is designed for enthusiastic instrumental music students who want to learn more about jazz theory, improvisation, history, and performance. Participants will work on improving their improvisational skills, overall musicianship and will cover the fundamentals of effective playing skills and efficient practice.