MESSAGE FROM THE PARTNERSHIP BOARD

The Board of Directors of the Community Action Partnership has been disheartened to witness the disaster left behind in the wake of Hurricane Maria and dismayed regarding the slow response to Puerto Rico’s needs during recovery. 

The Partnership recognizes that extensive damage was done to homes and businesses and that the commonwealth is still recovering. We also acknowledge that Puerto Rico’s Community Action Agencies have been doing everything they can to aid recovery efforts. 

Amidst the hurricane devastation and recovery, Puerto Rico’s Community Action network has providing hope and critical support to assist the commonwealth. Propelled by our collective commitment to The Promise of Community Action, each agency has been diligently caring for the entire community and remains dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.

In support of their work and the continued recovery of the commonwealth, the Community Action Partnership Board has elected to convene the 2020 Management and Leadership Training Conference in Puerto Rico.

2020 MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP TRAINING CONFERENCE

JOIN US IN SAN JUAN

Begin making your arrangements for the 2020 Management and Leadership Training Conference, which will take place January 810, 2020, in San Juan, Puerto Rico at the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel. Our theme this year is Community Action: A Bridge to Opportunity. Each year, hundreds of Community Action professionals attend our Management and Leadership Training Conference. Join us!

ABOUT

The Management and Leadership Training (MLTC) is targeted to board and staff leaders at Community Action Agencies. The 2020 MLTC will feature intensive training, structured roundtable discussions, and networking opportunities. Whether you’ve been leading and managing for years, or you’re looking forward to that promotion into management, you’ll become your best with our Management and Leadership Training Conference.

KEY SESSION TOPICS

  • Disaster relief and preparedness
  • Economic development
  • Health
  • Racial equity

HOTEL

Thanks so much for your support of the upcoming Management and Leadership Training Conference! Our room block is currently full. Please email registration@communitayctionpartnership.com to be notified of room block extension and/or alternate rooming options.

REGISTRATION

Coming soon!

CODE OF CONDUCT

Core values of the national Community Action Partnership are equity and respect. Partnership members and event participants are expected to foster an inclusive, cooperative environment where all are welcomed, open dialogue is encouraged and all perspectives are appreciated.

Every member and event participant is expected to act in a professional, responsible and respectful manner while engaged in Partnership events and activities. Unprofessional behavior, including disparaging comments and unwelcome conduct related to sex, race, color, gender, age, disability, orientation or religion, will not be tolerated.

If any member or event participant engages in unprofessional behavior, Partnership leadership may take any action it deems appropriate, ranging from a simple warning to the offender to expulsion from current and future activities.

The Partnership’s intent is to foster the respectful behavior embodied in the Code of Conduct. Partnership staff will be happy to help event participants with Code of Conduct concerns.

We Care About the Entire Community

Join us in San Juan

We Care About the Entire Community

Join us in San Juan

We Care About the Entire Community

Join us in San Juan

We Care About the Entire Community

Join us in San Juan

We Care About the Entire Community

Join us in San Juan

We Care About the Entire Community

Join us in San Juan

We Care About the Entire Community

Join us in San Juan

We Care About the Entire Community

Join us in San Juan

We Care About the Entire Community

Join us in San Juan

We Care About the Entire Community

Join us in San Juan

We Care About the Entire Community

Join us in San Juan

 Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear from experts, network with peers,
and develop your skills as a leader in the Community Action network.