The definitive annual event for early childhood educators in Virginia and neighboring states. Here is where early childhood educators learn from world-class instructors, collaborate on challenges, build a network of supportive peers, and have access to leading solution providers. Register for the largest professional development and networking event in Virginia. Take a look at a few of the conference highlights and visit the website for more details as they develop. http://www.vaece.org/annualconference.htmlFind out more »
From White Coats to Black Ties. Hosted by Karen McNew, a show featuring fashions modeled by prominent local physicians and dentists. All proceeds benefit the Bradley Free Clinic and our mission to provide free quality healthcare to the low-income uninsured. Heavy Hors D’oeuvres and Cocktails will be served. Tickets are $100 per person, $75 for 2 or more by March 1. $100 per ticket after March 1. Purchase tickets online at www.docsrock.org.Find out more »
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The Department of Criminal Justice Services, in partnership with the Commonwealth Attorney’s Services Council, the Virginia Victim Assistance Network, the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance, and the Virginia Victims Fund, are pleased to announce the Intersections of Violence: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Child Abuse Conference on April 12-14, 2017 in Norfolk, VA. The conference will include several internationally and nationally known speakers such as Tonier Cain, Russell Strand, Roger Canaff, and Mark Wynn. Intersections Conference Flyer FinalFind out more »
Keynote Speaker Dr. Kelsey J. Pieper with the Virginia Tech Flint Water Study Team Everyone needs clean drinking water. Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project, Inc. (SERCAP) has served rural communities since 1969. SERCAP promotes the development of affordable water and wastewater facilities, activities and resources to improve the quality of life for low income rural residents. SERCAP annually celebrates the people and places involved with our work at the Water is Life! Conference & Luncheon. Please join us as we…Find out more »
Conference Overview Join us for an in-depth introduction to the issue of sexual violence in our community. This conference will be highly interactive including group activities and role-playing. Activities are designed to encourage reflection on personal biases that may or may not be obvious, gain a better understanding of the complexity of this crime, and build more empathy for survivors of sexual violence. Participants will walk away with skills in supporting survivors of sexual violence and actionable items to encourage…Find out more »
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