When we work collectively to build safe, stable, nurturing relationships for children, families, and communities where children can thrive, we all share the benefits of a more prosperous state and a more hopeful future. Across North Carolina, organizations and individuals are working toward making this possible by implementing innovative programs and strategies, advocating for policies that put families first, and making the wise investments today that will pay dividends for future generations. With nationally recognized speakers and a diverse array of workshops, Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina's Learning & Leadership Summit will offer insight into the latest research, strategies for increasing protective factors, effective implementation, public awareness, and advocacy.
Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina is no longer accepting proposals for keynotes and workshops. To see a list of keynote and presenters download the Summit brochure or preview the Summit schedule by clicking here.
Click on the "Keynote Speakers" tab to the left for more information on the speakers lined up for the Summit.
The University of North Carolina’s Friday Center for Continuing Education is the continuing education provider for this Summit. The Friday Center for Continuing Education’s accreditation to provide Continuing Education Credits is authorized by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). This Summit has been approved for up to 1.0 CEU (presenting 10.0 contact hours). CEU Credits were made possible due to a collaborative partnership between Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina and The UNC Injury Prevention Research Center.
Online registration for this event is now open!
Our Summit is an excellent opportunity for your organization to connect with over 350 direct service practitioners, social workers, public health professionals, non-profit directors and administrators, local and state government personnel, leading advocacy experts and other professionals from across North Carolina. By exhibiting at this event, you will be able to interact with hundreds of attendees, inform them about your products and services, and network with others who work in your field. And, this is a wonderful way to support the professionals who are directly helping North Carolina’s children grow up in safe, stable and nurturing families. Click on the "Exhibitors" tab to the left for more information on becoming an exhibitor. The deadline to register as an exhibitor is January 4, 2015.
We are currently accepting nominations for the Donna J. Stone award and the Parent Leadership award, each to be presented at the Awards Ceremony during the 2015 Summit. Click on the "Awards Ceremony" tab to the left to get more information and to download the nomination packet that includes detailed instructions about the awards and a nomination form. The deadline to submit a nomination is December 9, 2014.
If you are interested in sponsoring our 2015 Summit, click on the "Sponsorship Opportunities" tab.
Contact La-Mine Givens (email@example.com), Professional Education Coordinator, if you have any questions or need more information.