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This page features some of the Community Service Council's main coming events...conferences, community forums, award celebrations, fundraisers, and other selected public events sponsored or co-sponsored by CSC, or related to our key issues or initiatives.

Training is planned in 2016 on these topics. Sessions are open to anyone in the community. For more information or to register, please contact Susan Schelbar at

2nd Wednesdays @ Noon – 1:30 pm at CSC large conference room (lunch is not provided):
Mar. 9 Native American Engagement Tribal Panel
May 11 Laws about Consent, Abuse
July 13 Human Trafficking Updates
Sept 14 Child Development Panel
Nov 9 Child Support Impact Panel

4th Friday 10am – Noon Indian Health Care Resource Center, 550 South Peoria, Cameron Event Center:
Jan. 22 Family Safety Center
Feb. 26 Mindfulness (self-care, Sleep, family resilience)
Mar. 25 Gun Safety in the Home
April 22 Sexually transmitted Infections/pregnancy
May 27 Why do I need Credit Counseling?
June 24 Child Support
July 22 Empowering Adults Protecting Children
Aug. 26 HUD/Foreclosure/Housing Qualification
Sept. 23 Sexual Identity/Cultural Issues/Parenting
Oct. 28 Dual Language Families
Dec. 16 Getting Started

2nd Friday 2:00 – 4:00 pm, CSC large conference room:
Feb. 12 Prevention & Management of Chronic Disease (Diabetes, Heart disease, asthma)
April 8 Motivational Interviewing
June 10 Fighting Addiction/Depression
Aug. 12 Fostercare Panel
Oct. 14 Breastfeeding
Dec. 9 Life Course Game

Looking back...

Free CIC Data Training Events
Training calendar

Our Future World
By the year 2050, the world’s population will look very different, and if statistical projections are accurate, we can expect massive population and economic shifts among developed and least-developed countries. With the aging and shrinking populations of developed countries and the booming birthrate in others, the U.S. stands the best chance of growth and wealth as a result of immigration. Africa appears to be on the cusp of a population boom and is poised to overtake China and India by 2040. We will look at the demographics and how they affect political and economic stability, resources, conflicts, urbanization, infrastructure, and advancements in science to consider how these affect our interconnectedness and quality of life. Instructors: Ken Neal, retired senior editor of the Tulsa World and Jan Figart, Associate Director and Senior Planner, Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa.
1-3 pm • Thursdays • Sept 24 - Oct 29
Tulsa Ascension Lutheran Church, 4803 S. Lewis Ave

View the conference agenda and presentations here

Thank you to everyone who made the 2015 IITC conference such a success! Learn more about it at

Here are presentations by Data Symposium speakers:
Andrew Hait - 2012 Economic Census: PowerPoint; Presentation recording
Earlene Dowell - Local Employment Dynamics: PowerPoint; Presentation recording

Empowering Oklahoma's Women
Eliminating Health Disparities Through a Lens of Social Justice
October 2, 2014 - speaker presentations and bios; schedule of events
; listen to podcasts

Using Census Data for Grant Writing and Community Needs Assessment

presented by Jerry O'Donnell, U.S. Census Bureau, Denver Regional Office now available on the Census Bureau's website.
Click here for the webinar
Click here for a PDF of the PowerPoint


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