Coffee & Conversations

About the Series

Coffee & Conversations is a discussion series jointly organized by the Carsey School of Public Policy, the State of NH Bureau of Education and Training, and the NH Association of Certified Public Managers to engage public service professionals in learning, problem solving, and collaboration. We’ll provide the coffee, you provide the conversation!

View Archived Coffee & Conversations (Oct. 2019-Present)

Upcoming Coffee & Conversations!

February 2023

Human Services Education for the Future

Wednesday, February 8, 8:15 – 9:30 a.m. | Online

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Please join panelists Dr. Nicole Kras, Dr. William Morgan, and Dr. Janine Spinola Taylor of the New England Organization for Human Services for a conversation on human services education and its importance in shaping how integral services are delivered to communities. The panel, moderated by Dan Bromberg, will talk about the challenges educators and practitioners in the field face, how human services can attract and retain quality practitioners, and more. Panelists include: 

  • Dr. Nicole Kras – The New England Organization for Human Services
  • Dr. William Morgan – The New England Organization for Human Services
  • Dr. Janine Spinola Taylor – The New England Organization for Human Services

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About Our Partners

NH Bureau of Education and Training

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The State of New Hampshire provides a unique program of continuing professional development through the Bureau of Education and Training (BET). The Bureau offers a variety of training programs – including in LEAN process improvement and management and Certified Public Supervisor/Manager credentialing – to all public employees of New Hampshire.

NH Certified Public Managers

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The Certified Public Manager® program is a nationally accredited comprehensive management development program specifically for managers in federal, state, and local government. The program’s primary goal is to improve the performance of public sector managers and the organizational performance of state, local, and federal government. In New Hampshire, the program is divided into two levels: Level I (called the Certified Public Supervisor program) and Level II, which results in CPM status being awarded.