201: Veteran Ready Community Arts Provider Training

The Veteran Ready Community Arts Provider Training course prepares community arts providers and arts educators to develop, implement, and evaluate meaningful programming for Veterans, military personnel, and their family members.

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive an endorsement in Learning through The Creative Process and are eligible for 201 courses. Maryland Art Educators are eligible for 1 CPD credit. All #MCreds courses are FREE.

What to Bring?

#MCreds will provide journals and pens. Water and light snacks will be provided.
For Sessions, please bring with you:

  • Please bring your lunch. There will be a 30 minute break for lunch from 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm.

  • an electronic device to access digital learning materials in class (laptop, iPad, etc)

201 VETS Cohorts

201 VETS Cohort B:
Saturday, September 28th and Saturday, October 12th from 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
at The Institute for Integrative Health
1407 Fleet St, Baltimore, MD 21231

201 VETS Cohort Calendar

Independent Work

Don’t forget to join us for Digital Office Hours!

Cohort B 201 VETS Digital Office Hours:

Location & Parking

at The Institute for Integrative Health
1407 Fleet St, Baltimore, MD 21231

Metered parking is available along parts of Fleet St. and neighboring streets for $2/hour.Parking is also available at the Fleet and Eden Garage, across the street from the Institute.

Facilitator Bios

Judy Rollins, PhD, RN

With 30+ years’ experience in research, consulting, program development, and education, Dr. Rollins is
an established leader on arts in health.  She has authored more than 100 academic publications, and is a
Scholar at The Institute for Integrative Health in Baltimore and adjunct faculty at Georgetown University
school of Medicine.  Dr. Rollins was the primary author of Arts, Health and Well-Being across the Military
Continuum: White Paper and Framing a National Plan of Action.

JW Rone

JW Rone, Director of Veteran Initiatives for the Institute for Integrative Health, brings more than 30
years’ experience in theatrical arts, including work that focuses on arts in education. While serving
during the Vietnam War, Rone produced live entertainment for active duty soldiers serving in combat
zones. As the head of Vet Arts Connect, Rone has created countless arts and nature experiences for the
veteran community. He also plays a mean ukulele.

Contact Us
Email info@mcreds.org with any questions.