Who are the instructors? Trainings are delivered by teams of nationally recognized scholars, researchers, and practitioners with hands-on experience.
What trainings are being offered?
Track 1: Foundation-Level Training: For those with less than 3 years of experience, especially for those from states that do not yet have a State Victim Assistance Academy. 3.2 CEUs will be awarded for full participation and completion of all NVAA requirements.
Fees. The Academy fee is $500, which includes classroom materials, all breakfasts and lunches, two dinners, plus daily snacks. A framed certificate of completion is presented to each graduate. See if you are eligible for a Professional Development Scholarship.
OVC annually recognizes individuals and organizations that demonstrate outstanding service in supporting victims and victim services. The award recipients, who are selected from public nominations in eight categories, are extraordinary individuals and programs that provide services to victims of crime. The honorees are announced just before National Crime Victims’ Rights Week commences and honored at the National Crime Victims’ Service Awards.
The featured speaker is William C. Kellibrew, IV, a victim advocate and President of the William Kellibrew Foundation, a nonprofit resource for individuals and organizations committed to breaking the cycle of violence and poverty. Also providing remarks are U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.; Assistant Attorney General Laurie O. Robinson; and U.S. Attorney for D.C., Ronald C. Machen, Jr. (invited).
This International Women's Day attend for a policy discussion on race, gender, immigration and economic security.
10:00 am "The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Wealth: Why Disparities Matter"
12:00 pm Luncheon Keynote
1:15 pm "Lifting as We Climb: Women of Color, Economic Security, and America's Future"
3:00 pm "First Generation Women Immigrants: Generating New Wealth, Generating a Global Economy"
The Honorable Yvette Clarke (D-NY)
The Honorable Jan Schakowsky (D-IL)
Linda Basch, Ph.D., President, National Council for Research on Women
Janis Bowdler, Deputy Director, Wealth Building Policy Project, National Council of La Raza
Mariko Chang, Ph.D., National expert on the gender wealth gap
Melany Dela Cruz, Associate Director, Asian Pacific American Community Development Data Center, UCLA
Heidi Hartmann, Ph.D., President, Institute for Women's Policy Research
Avis Jones De-Weever, Ph.D., Director, Research, Public Policy, and Information Center, National Council of Negro Women
Jaqueline Johnson Pata, Executive Director, National Congress of American Indians Julianne Malveaux, Ph.D., President, Bennett College for Women
Barbara Robles, Ph.D., Senior Community Affairs Research Liaison, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Beatriz Olvera Stotzer, CEO, New Economics for Women
Sarah Echohawk Vermillion, Vice President, First Nations Development Institute Invited Speakers
The Honorable Mary Fallin (R-OK)
The Honorable Barbara Lee (D-CA)
The Honorable Carolyn Maloney (D-NY)
The Honorable Doris Matsui (D-CA)
The Honorable Nydia Velazquez (D-NY)
Alexis Herman, former Secretary of Labor under President Clinton RSVP
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Designed for public agency leaders responsible for developing and implementing policy and practice, this week-long program uses a multisystem, multidisciplinary approach, focusing on efforts that benefit youth involved in more than one system of care.
The Certificate Program is a weeklong program of intensive study for public agency leaders responsible for policy/practice development and implementation in their jurisdictions. The program utilizes a multi-systems and multi-disciplinary approach in focusing on policies, programs and practices that relate to children and youth who are known across systems of care, particularly juvenile justice and child welfare; also known as “crossover youth.”
The purpose of the Certificate Program for Public Sector Leaders is to bring together current and future leaders in public agencies to increase their knowledge about multi-system reform efforts related to crossover youth, improve the operation of their organizations in serving this population, provide an opportunity for the development of collaborative leadership skills, and create a mutually supportive network of individuals across the country committed to systems reform.
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