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Developed in 2004, the Child Advocacy Studies Minor started at Winona State University in Winona, Minnesota. The curriculum was designed to bring the goals of the National Child Protection Training Center to the field by providing students with real-world experience.

Learn more about the program by clicking on the links below:
I. What is the Child Advocacy Studies Minor?
II. How is CAST funded?
III. Why is CAST needed?
IV. How to Implement the CAST Curriculum at Your University

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Winona State Contact:
Angie Scott, Program Director
Maxwell Hall 269
507-457-2892
E-mail: ascott@winona.edu

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