Atlanta, GA — With over 11 years of service, Fathers Incorporated (FI) continues to provide the highest quality of training and professional development in the field of Responsible Fatherhood and Family Development. FI Unplugged: Faith, Family and Fatherhood is an extension of the commitment and excellence the agency has provided to individuals and organizations worldwide.
They are excited about bringing this vast wealth of knowledge, institutional learning, and innovative vision to the city of Atlanta. The conference is perfect for churches, service providers, social workers, Head Start, teachers, legislators, researchers, administrators, businesses, employers, fathers, and families. In fact, if you are interested in creating a better environment for our nation’s children, then you should attend FI Unplugged.
* Wednesday, April 27: 9am-4pm Pre-conference training day, which includes extensive professional development trainings that provide an intensive learning environment on a variety of topics related to Responsible Fatherhood and Family Development, including advanced and complicated issues such as grant writing, domestic violence, and two-generation approaches to family strengthening.
* Thursday, April 28: Official conference kick-off begins with an opening plenary, a full day of workshops, and at 7:00pm FI’s Annual Awards Dinner.
* Friday, April 29: Includes a half-day of workshops (8:30 – noon. The conference closes with an exciting 3pm-9pm open and free to the public; Family Expo, full of activities for children, vendors, public panel discussions, family presentations and a film festival.
The conference team is also seeking qualified presenters for this year’s conference. For more information on the 2016 FI Unplugged: Faith, family + Fatherhood conference and to register, visit www.fiunplugged.com. Also, follow Fathers Incorporated on Facebook and Twitter at @fathersincorp.
About Fathers Incorporated
Fathers Incorporated is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit (S) corporation and is dedicated to strengthening the community and family infrastructure by encouraging and enabling the positive involvement of fathers in the lives of their children.
Deven Trowers, 510-220-7860