The Head and Heart Awards Luncheon celebrates social and emotional intelligence and its important role in our lives. In addition to learning about Frameworks’ impact, attendees gain tips and tools for building the social and emotional competencies of our youth to set them up for academic, career, and personal success. We also recognize exemplary individuals who are committed to developing social and emotional intelligence in our community.
In partnership with Tampa General Hospital Brandon Healthplex and USF Health, Frameworks is hosting a free viewing of Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age. Light food and drink will be provided. Following the screening, there will be a panel discussion featuring Dr. Piedrahita-Llano from USF Health and Frameworks’ own Social and Emotional Learning Director, Shea Quraishi.
This week’s blog comes from Grant Manager, Ellen Hochschwender. Dive in to learn Ellen’s alignment between growth mindset and employability. To read the full story about how social and emotional learning skills and employability skills are related, check out Ellen’s full blog by clicking the “Learn More” button below.
At Frameworks, We Improve the Odds for Success in Life.
Have you ever asked yourself the simple question – how well do I manage my emotions on a daily basis? In today’s rapidly changing world there are many challenges that impact our ability to act appropriately in personal or professional situations. We would like to think that we handle these obstacles well all the time, but how well we really do is a different story. How important is developing social and emotional skills of our children? It is critical and it is our priority.
Our Programs Build Trust and Improve Lives.
We deliver five youth program curricula that teach social and emotional skills for pre-K through high school seniors. These programs are taught using the five core competencies of SEL: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. Each program is designed to provide healthy alternatives to risky behaviors while building emotional intelligence.