Post-Conference Workshops (Non-NAEOP Members)


NAEOP Conference registration is NOT included in the purchase of a pre-conference workshop. You will need to add Conference Registration to your cart.

  • COVID-19 Notes

    If unforeseeable business circumstances prohibit in-person activities, all in-person registrations will be shifted to virtual registrations.
  • With the uncertainty about COVID-19 restrictions surrounding this year's NAEOP conference, please indicate if you plan on attending the pre-conference in Anchorage or attending remotely via technology.
  • Name of person attending workshop:
  • Select your choice of Pre-Conference Workshop(s). See below for Pre-Conference session summaries.
  • $0.00


TS & EOC Grant Writing Workshop

Sunday, October 11th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Focus: Pre-College & College
Cost: NAEOP Members – $0, Non-NAEOP Members – $325

Join Amy Verlanic and Andrea Reeve for an in-depth grant writing workshop for the upcoming Talent Search and Educational Opportunity Centers grant writing competition. Both programs will receive an overview of the grant writing process and then split into Talent Search or Educational Opportunity Centers groups for specific grant writing details.

Trauma Informed Leadership

Sunday, October 11th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Focus: Everyone
Cost: NAEOP Members – $75, Non-NAEOP Members – $150

Over the last 20 years, there is an increasing body of research illustrating the impact early childhood trauma and adversity have on the ways people approach daily challenges and interpersonal relationships. As leaders, it is important to have an understanding of the lasting impact of trauma, not only on the populations we serve, but also on the people who serve our organizations. In this hands-on workshop, we will draw upon emerging scholarship in relational and profound leadership, and trauma-responsive leadership practices to collaboratively create action plans for our organizations. Attendees should come prepared to discuss their current strategies, goals, and challenges moving toward implementing a trauma-informed practice.