NAWDP's annual conference features nearly 100 learning opportunities. Workshops selected match the needs of those new to the field as well as seasoned professionals.
Workshop proposals were due by 11:59 pm on Friday, October 13, and are now being reviewed by the Conference Committee. Decisions are expected by early December, with a preliminary agenda available by the end of the year.
Exhibitor, sponsorship and advertising opportunities will be available, and posted by the end of 2017.
Nearly 1,000 workforce professionals from across the nation are expected including: One-Stop Center/AJC Staff, Job Developers, Re-Entry Specialist, Community College Representatives, Job Corps Professionals, Senior Community and Employment Service Providers, Business and Employer Representatives, WIB Executive Directors, Career and Guidance Counselors, Juvenile and Adult Justice Specialists, Educators and Trainers.