2019 National ID&R Forum Presentations

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We are pleased to make available the presentation materials from each session. Please click on the session titles below to access the PowerPoint presentations, handouts, and/or web links.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Time Tuttle North/Center Tuttle South Orchid B/C Hibiscus A Hibiscus B Jasmine
1:00pm - 3:00pm Opening Session - Brickell-Flagler Ballroom
Immigration Issues Affecting ID&R - A Conversation
3:00pm - 3:15pm Break - Coffee & Tea will be provided
3:15pm - 4:45pm
BLOCK A
A-1

Implementing a Successful Recruitment Sweep

T. Webber
A-2

The 'Chopportunities' of Recruiting and Serving OSY H-2A Workers

C. Sasser, D. Bourland, E. Luna, K. Appleby
A-3

Utilizing Google Maps to Enhance ID&R Efforts
Computers & Hotspots recommended for this session

M. Flaherty, J. Sanchez
A-4

Understanding the Lifestyle of Migrant Families
(Newsletter)

K. Vega
A-5

CA's Quest to Align Our Re-interview Questionnaire to the 2017 Eligibility Guidance and COE

J. Contreras, L. Jameyson, G. Garibay
A-6

The Rights of Immigrant Students and English Learners

R. Rosenthal

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Time Tuttle North/Center Tuttle South Orchid B/C Hibiscus A Hibiscus B Jasmine
8:00am - 8:30am Break - Coffee & Tea will be provided
8:30am - 9:30am GUIDANCE BINGO!! Brickell-Flagler Ballroom
9:30 - 10:30am
BLOCK B
B-1

Having Good Listening Skills Contributes to an Accurate COE

S. Cheavtharn, M. Sandoval, M, Gamez
B-2

Calming the Storm of Secondary Traumatic Stress: An Introduction to Mindfulness Techniques

C. Chasteen
B-3

IRRC Resources

J. Settles
B-4

Leveraging Partnerships to Enhance Services for Farmworker Families

J. Villa, J. Gonzalez, D. Finney
B-5

Recruitment at Your Fingertips

V. Palacio, A. Tackett, S. Rivera
B-6

Plan for a Smooth Transition from Paper to Electronic COE

S. Seamount, G. Winkler
10:30am - 10:45am Break - Coffee & Tea will be provided
10:45am - 12:00pm
BLOCK C
C-1

Going Beyond Orchards and Row Crops to Explore Qualifying Activities

E. Garza
C-2

Walking the Line: Finding the Balance Between Recruiting, Advocating and Self-Care

J. Tate, B. Perkins, M. Hay, S. Rivas, D. Virto
C-3

Systematic Recruitment - From the Office, To the Fields, To the Home

C. Fink, O. Gonzalez-Angelino, M. Arredondo, J. Rivera
C-4

Recruiter Safety

Ofc. Javier Cartagena Jr.
C-5

Building your ID&R Toolkit

M. Di Salvo, M. Flaherty, W. Messier
C-6

Walking Dead: Como Ser un Gran Reclutador Sin Terminar Como un Zombie

(Presented in Spanish)

A. Cabero, Y. Vasquez
1:30pm - 3:00pm
BLOCK D
D-1

Concentrated Group Recruitment Efforts in NY State: Identifying Every Eligible Migrant Student

E. Callahan, O. Coffta, M. Maldonado
D-2

Understanding the Culture of Poverty

E. Ross, P. Martinez
D-3

Advanced Eligibility Scenarios

J. Reyes-Lua, B. Lack
D-4

Walking Dead: Como Ser un Gran Reclutador Sin Terminar Como un Zombie
(REPEAT SESSION)

(presented in Spanish)

A. Cabero, Y. Vasquez
D-5

Eligibility Interview Techniques

L. Ginn, M. Flaherty
D-6

Engaging Preschool Students and Families through "Learning Kits"

M. Cheney
3:00pm - 3:15pm Break - Tea & Lemonade will be provided
3:15pm - 4:45pm
BLOCK E
E-1

Successful ID&R in the Field

S. Seamount, C. Alvarez, G. Winkler, R. Gomez
E-2

Creating a Recruiter Mentality

Y. Pearson, A. Tackett, A. Rodriguez, S. Rivera
E-3

Advanced Eligibility Scenarios
(REPEAT SESSION)

J. Reyes-Lua, B. Lack
E-4

Maximize Your Harvest: Learning to Plant the Seeds of ID&R Success and Reap the Rewards

J. Settles, M. Williams
E-5

You Recruited an Out-of-School Youth - Now What?

E. Williams, E. Hanehan
E-6

Texas Migrant Escape Room
(MOVED FROM ORCHID B/C)

M. Diaz, E. Rangel, A. Balderrama, A. Minjarez

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Time Tuttle North Tuttle Center Tuttle South Hibiscus A Hibiscus B Jasmine
8:30 - 10:00am
BLOCK F
F-1

Training Scenarios Used to Enhance Recruiter Knowledge
(moved to Tuttle North)


S. Porchia, V. Devora, B. Aguirre, O. Padilla
F-2

Breath and Movement - Self-Care for Givers
(moved to Tuttle Center)


L. Voth
F-3

Innovative Identification and Recruitment Strategies in Minnesota
(moved to Tuttle South)


C. Young, C. Mladek, L. Fournier
F-4

Making Dreams a Reality Through Education

L. Ornelas-Martinez
F-5

Developmental Milestones: What Should 3 to 5 year olds Know and Be Able to Do?

M. Mendoza
F-6

Utilizing Google Maps to Enhance ID&R Efforts
Computers & Hotspots recommended for this session
(REPEAT SESSION)

M. Flaherty, J. Sanchez
10:00am - 10:30am Break - Coffee & Tea will be provided
10:30 - 11:45am Closing Session – Brickell-Flagler Ballroom
What would a recruiter do?

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