Minnesota Community
Corrections Association  

MCCA and Second Chance Coalition Present: Ethics Can Professional Ethical Autonomy Survive in the 21st Century?

  • Friday, August 18, 2017
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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         Minnesota Second Chance Coalition

                                              &

Minnesota Community Corrections Association

Presents:

 

 

                                 Ethics

           Can Professional Ethical Autonomy Survive in the 21st Century?

 

Description:

Can Professional Ethical Autonomy Survive in the 21st Century?

  • ·         Ethics from a public perspective.
  • o    How ethical is your profession?
  • ·         Social challenges as ethical questions.
  • o    What does ethics have to do with social issues?
  • ·         Ethics and the marketplace.
  • o    Is your profession being subverted by the marketplace?
  • ·         The role of business.
  • o    How can business make a difference?

 

 

We will look at some of these questions, and more in this interactive workshop, where participants will have the opportunity to ask questions, to share with each other, and perhaps see ethics from a new perspective.

Presenter(s):  Peter Eichten – Metro State Professor   

Peter Eichten has been an administrator in Catholic and Protestant churches for more than 25 years. He teaches in the Masters of Public and Nonprofit Administration program at Metropolitan State University where he teaches two courses:  Public Ethics and the Common Good and Managing with Respect.  He has degrees in History, Education, and Theology, he has been a high school teacher, counselor, and coach, and he has also worked in Catholic Campus Ministry.  He has been elected to a public school board and has served on the board of directors of two non-profits.  He’s presently the president of the Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Association, and serves as a Commissioner on the Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission (NCEC) for the city of Minneapolis.

Peter, and his wife Jane, are returned Peace Corps Volunteers (Iran 1970-72). They have five adult children, and five grandchildren.

Date:

Friday, August 18,  2017

Time:

9:00am-noon

Location:

 

 


Goodwill Easter Seals: 553 Fairview Avenue N, St. Paul, MN 55104


Minnesota Community Corrections Association
c/o Goodwill Easter Seals Attn: Christen Munn
553 Fairview Ave
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55104
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