Save the date for the 2015 Nationals Issues Forum, October 28-30, 2015.
Held in Pine Knoll Shores, NC, this Forum will bring together practitioners from across the country to discuss relevant issues in the fields of Vocational Evaluation, Vocational Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Counseling and more. Stay tuned for more details!
To make hotel reservations, contact
The Clamdigger Inn, 511 Salter Path Rd • Atlantic Beach, NC 28512
252-247-4155 or 800-338-1533, firstname.lastname@example.org
Third Thursday of each month from 3pm-4pm(Eastern Time)
Stayed tuned for upcoming details! More great topics for professional development are in the works!
The Vocational Evaluation and Career Assessment Professionals is a not-for-profit organization. Volunteers help our members in their professional development and in their work with people to match them with training, careers, and employment. You can help VECAP and its members via your home and work computer!
VECAP welcomes people from all walks and stages of life as volunteers, and we hope our opportunities give individuals a sense of “giving back” to communities, as well as helping them exercise and develop various skills. Volunteers are asked to take on one to six-month assignments, depending on their availability and the assignment. You can help VECAP with:
Web site development
From converting information into .html, to creating image maps and interactive forms, volunteers can help develop and sustain our Web site presence.
We need volunteers to regularly review content for a selected program or subject on our Web site, and occassionally test our beta-test pages and services.
We need assistance to get the word out about VECAP and its programs. This would include researching outlets, as well as posting to appropriate list serves and newsgroups.
We are constantly looking for collaboration opportunities and best practices, as well as information that supports VECAP goals. We need assistance in finding organizations doing related work to ours, and in finding data and statistics that support our work.
We need a volunteer to help us coordinate, organize and recruit other volunteers for various endeavors.