[nfbmi-talk] rsa training

joe harcz Comcast joeharcz at comcast.net
Thu Sep 25 22:12:15 UTC 2014

ANNOUNCEMENT: 16th Annual Project Directors' Conference


We would like to bring to your attention the 16th annual RSA Project Directors' Conference.  Please see the note below from Dr. Maureen McGuire-Kuletz from
The George Washington University.

RSA discretionary grant program officers will be presenting at the conference on the following programs:  Rehabilitation Long-Term Training, In-Service
Training, the Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers Program, the American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Service (AIVRS) Projects, and the Older Individuals
Who Are Blind (OIB) program.  This is an excellent opportunity to have some face time with your project officer as well.  Even if your program is not covered
specifically in RSA's presentations, your project officer is available to set up individual grantee meetings.  It may be helpful for you to send your project
officer questions in advance or come prepared with your agenda items.  Finally, it is a great opportunity for new grantees and experienced grantees to
exchange strategies, challenges, solutions, and lessons learned and for new grantees to become better informed about RSA's expectations regarding grant

Thomas E. Finch, Ph.D., Director

Training and Service Programs Division

Rehabilitation Services Administration

U.S. Department of Education

400 Maryland Avenue, SW, P

----Original Message-----

From: Maureen McGuire-Kuletz [
mailto:mkuletz at gwu.edu]

Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 2:46 PM

Subject: Register Now for the 16th Annual Project Directors' Conference! NEW: Reduced Hotel Registration Extended to October 13, 2014

Register Now for the 16th Annual Project Directors' Conference!

Please join us for this year's conference "One Vision: Many Journeys" from October 29-31, 2014. The conference will take place at the Renaissance Arlington
Capital View Hotel at 2800 South Potomac Ave. Arlington, Virginia 22202 USA. Who should attend? RSA grantees, project directors, key personnel, federal/state/local
employment partners. This year's conference will feature a Washington, DC update, an address by RSA Commissioner Janet LaBreck, networking opportunities,
and CRC credits. Register today at:

Don't miss out on early bird registration of $325 through October 13 and reduced room rate of $199 extended to October 13th.

This conference provides an opportunity for the discretionary grant programs funded by RSA to network and disseminate program information.  RSA staff will
be conducting some breakout sessions for long-term training, in-service training, AIVRS, ILOB, and other project directors.  RSA Project Officers will
also be available to meet individually with grantees.  Individual sign-ups for these meetings will be available on-site at the registration desk or contact
your Project Officer by phone to make an appointment.  If you have any additional questions please contact Melissa Diehl at
mpdiehl at email.gwu.edu.

We hope to see you there!

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