Labor trafficking conference is Jan. 20
WORTHINGTON — The Southwest Crisis Center is hosting Labor Trafficking Dynamics in Midwest Rural Communities, a one-day, applied skills-based conference aimed at equipping multidisciplinary partners, systems professionals and community members with resources for understanding the dynamics, identifying victims and building the local systems response to labor trafficking.
The conference will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 20 at Worthington Event Center, 1447 Prairie Drive. The conference price includes meals and refreshments. Lodging is available at Comfort Suites & Conference Center, Worthington; rooms must be booked by the cutoff date of Jan. 1. Rooms can be reserved online or by calling the hotel directly at (507) 295-9185.
CEUs are available for the conference. A limited number of scholarships for travel and lodging will be available. This request should be noted when registering.
For questions about the conference or registration, contact Conference Coordinator Heather Caillier, at email@example.com.
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