Aspire Albuquerque is a 1 night - 3 hour event just for women. 3 hours full of laughter, learning, stories & music. 1 National Speakers - 1 Talented Musician - 1 Hilarious Comedian Join us on Saturday, November 18, 2018 - featuring : Speaker & Author Melissa Spoelstra Speaker & Humorist Amberly Neese Comedy by Kristin Weber Music by Mia Koehne GA Tickets: $25 VIP Tickets: $35 -Early admission -1st choice seating -Q&A with the speakers VIP Reserved: $50 -Reserved seat in front section -Early entry -Coffee & Mingle with the speakers -A free gift VIP doors open at 5:00pm VIP Reserved doors open at 5:00pm General doors open at 5:30pm Event starts at 6:00pm *Prices go up at the door *Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE. If you would like to transfer your tickets to someone else please call the office and make those changes. (480) 812-1100.
Certification Requirements In order to become a certified activist, you must attend all six courses and commit to six volunteer hours during the span of the 6-week program. Each session will last between 2-3 hours and dinner will be provided by GLA. Course Description This training program will consist of six courses held once a week. By attending you will learn how to effectively make the case for economic freedom, how the left operates and how to effectively message and tell your story in your community. A full list of the courses and the dates that will take place can be found below: 10/19/17 - Session 1: Making the Case for Economic Freedom 10/26/17 - Session 2: A Brief History of Grassroots Activism & How the Left Operates 11/02/17 - Session 3: Building Communities 11/09/17 - Session 4: Sharing Freedom by Telling Your Story 11/16/17 - Session 5: Persuasive Messaging 11/23/17 – THANKSGIVING WEEK- NO CLASSES 11/30/17 - Session 6: Data, Technology, and Freedom Note: The Grassroots Leadership Academy has sole discretion in determining whether to accept any application to its training programs. By attending this Americans for Prosperity Foundation event, you irrevocably consent and authorize AFPF and its affiliates, related companies, and contractors, to record, film, photograph, or capture during the event and related events your likeness or image in any media whatsoever and to distribute, use, broadcast, or disseminate into perpetuity such media for any purpose whatsoever without any further approval from or any payment to you. The images in all media will constitute AFPF sole property. You further agree that you will not record, reproduce, or transmit from the place of performance, in any manner or by any means whatsoever, any portion of, or the entirety of, any AFP Foundation event in the absence of the specific written permission of AFP Foundation. AFP Foundation retains the exclusive copyright to all materials that may be distributed at the event, unless otherwise noted, and all video or audio recordings of all AFP Foundation Events. Paid for by Americans for Prosperity Foundation. For more information please contact Burly Cain at 505-382-9565 or [email protected]
“WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?” The Diversity Business Development Center with the collaboration of the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce invite you to register now for our Annual Government Procurement Conference and Exhibition Event in Albuquerque. Federal regulations require that at least 23% of all federal contracting dollars be awarded to small businesses including: Women-Owned Small Businesses, Small Disadvantaged Businesses, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses and HUB Zone Businesses. The 2017 defense budget is $593 billion and is projected to significantly increase in 2018 and 2019 providing extraordinary business opportunities for large and small business. Briefings by industry thought leaders and practitioners about the impact of emerging technologies in Design and Construction Briefings on the crisis in the cybersecurity global threats and the workforce – the shortfall in qualified and trained security professionals in all industries Venue for government officials, industry leaders and technical experts to share ideas, conduct business, develop partnerships and expand their network FEATURE PRESENTATIONS updates as of 09-17-2017 (check for updates) EVENT COMMUNITY PARTNER: http://www.siabq.org/ EVENT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES: DESCRIPTION PLATINUM GOLD SILVER BRONZE Sponsorship Levels $2,500.00 $2,000.00 $1,500.00 $1,000.00 Number of Sponsorships per Level 1ea. 1ea. 2ea. 2ea. Attendance Registrations per Level 2ea. 2ea. 2ea. 1ea. Capabilities Presentation (time slot in minutes) 30 20 15 15 Exhibitor Booth (6ft. table, two chairs and power) 1ea. 1ea. 1ea. 1ea. Host Sponsor VIP Reception Lunch Breakfast Breaks Corporate Logo & Marketing Material Yes Yes Yes Yes To Sponsor this event, select and click the link below: Platinum Sponsor Gold Sponsor Silver Sponsor Bronze Sponsor Please contact Sheila Martin - 602-300-2682 or email [email protected] for further information CANCELLATIONS AND TICKET REFUND POLICY: Cancellations and ticket refunds requests must be received in writing prior to 14 calendar days from the start date of the Event. Submit refund requests via email at [email protected] verbal requests for ticket refunds will be honored. HOST HOTEL Sheraton Albuquerque Airport 2910 Yale Blvd. SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106 P: 505-244-8558 F: 505-246-8188 For RESERVATIONS click: 2017 Albuquerque Gov. Procurement Summit COLLABORATING ORGANIZATIONS
Saucony and Fleet Feet Sports are on a mission to deliver a metaphorical marathon of sweat-infused fun to your city. Join us for the Run Your World Tour, where you'll run, sweat and let loose, all in support of a great cause. Group fun run led by Fleet Feet Albuquerque Coach-led group workout delivered by YogaZo ABQ "No-shower Happy Hour" with a Run Your World paint bar and refreshments Free Run Your World giveaways, including a limited edition campfire mug The best part? Registration is just $10, and 100% of the proceeds will go to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief fund, which enables the Red Cross to prepare for, respond to, and help people recover from disasters like Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. That means you can work hard and do good at the same time. Sound good? Go ahead and register now, and when you're done, check out the latest Saucony footwear at Fleet Feet Sports. Please note - this event is 18+. FAQs What can I expect at a Saucony Run Your World Tour event? The Saucony Run Your World Tour is meant to be fun and get you sweaty all while raising money for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief fund! It will include an un-timed group fun run, a coach-led group workout (ex. bodyweight/resistance-style exercises, yoga, pilates, etc.), and an after party. Your $10 ticket gets you a limited edition Saucony Run Your World campfire mug, pin and sticker; a paint bar arts and crafts take-home piece; refreshments; and more on site. When should I arrive at the event? Please plan to arrive at least 20 minutes before the event to check-in. Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? The event is 18+ and you must present a valid ID at check-in. What can I bring into the event? You'll be on the move start to finish, running and working out. Bring only what you need and what you can carry on the run from the store and back. Make sure to bring your government-issued ID for the after party. What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Parking will be up to you at the event starting point listed above. If you have any questions, check with the Fleet Feet Sports store listed above for more information before the event. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Contact a manager at the Fleet Feet Sports store listed above if you have any questions about the event. What's the refund policy? All events are rain or shine, unless lightning or dangerous conditions are present. In case of inclement weather, contact the store listed above or check their Facebook page for further information. If the event needs to be cancelled, we will announce a rain date. If you can't attend for any reason, please visit the event page on Eventbrite up to 7 days before the event start date to request a refund. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? To expedite check-in, please bring your email confirmation either on your phone or printed out (digital preferred, save a tree!).
Owners of top-100 landscape companies open the hood on their operations and explain the systems that got them to the top. Bring your numbers (all financials are kept confidential) and learn the simple systems proven to build more efficient, more productive landscape companies. It couldn’t be easier. In just 2 days, you’ll create real planning + estimating systems for your company, ready to be used the very next day. Download the LMN Workshop Agenda. Day 1: 8:30am - 4pm Day 2: 8:30am - 4pm You can also check out our LMN Workshop Website for up-to-date information! Attend our Peer Networking Event at the end of day 1 for some free wings and beer! November 9th, 2017 4pm-6pm Location: TBD FAQs Will food be provided? A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. What do I need to bring to the Workshop? We recommend bringing your company P&L Statement in order to create a Company Budget. You will also require a laptop to participate in the Workshop. What is the cancellation policy on Workshops? No refunds will be issued unless the event is cancelled by host/show management Registrations are non-refundable. If something occurs that prevents you from attending please send a substitiution. It is suggested that you purchase travel insurance for those coming to events from out of town in the event of cancellation by the host/show management. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected]
dōTERRA’s commitment to revolutionizing the way families manage their health is stronger than ever because of You. You Teach, You Give, You Share and You Hope. Never underestimate the influence or the power you have to impact many lives for good. Learn how our commitment to providing pure essential oils is furthering our mission to advance the healthcare standards of the world and how you can join us. Come experience how doTERRA's CPTG essential oils can help you look, feel and live better. Open to all and free of charge. This event will take place in room: Grand Ballroom ****If you need ASL interpretation for this event please email [email protected] at least 2 weeks prior to the event so we can arrange an interpreter.
You have been invited to join the New Mexico chapter of the Americans for Prosperity Foundation for an exciting training event developed by the Grassroots Leadership Academy. “Shackled by Debt” Designed for Millennials – but appropriate for any audience – this program focuses on the generations of profligate government spending that have made the Millennial generation the most debt-laden in the world’s history. By filling out this registration form, you confirm that you are at least 18 years of age. By attending this Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFP Foundation) event, you irrevocably consent and authorize AFP Foundation and its affiliates, related companies, and contractors, to record, film, photograph, or capture during the event and related events your likeness or image in any media whatsoever and to distribute, use, broadcast, or disseminate into perpetuity such media for any purpose whatsoever without any further approval from or any payment to you. The images in all media will constitute AFP Foundation sole property. You further agree that you will not record, reproduce, or transmit from the place of performance, in any manner or by any means whatsoever, any portion of, or the entirety of, any AFP Foundation event in the absence of the specific written permission of AFP Foundation. AFP Foundation retains the exclusive copyright to all materials that may be distributed at the event, unless otherwise noted, and all video or audio recordings of all AFP Foundation Events.
For more information and requirements for volunteering for this event please visit: www.loopevents.org FAQs Q: Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? A: Please email: [email protected] or give us a call at the office: 844-322-9776 Q: What is World Vision? A: Please take the time to check out World Vision's mission and more details at thier website: http://www.worldvision.org/about-us/who-we-are Q: Will we get a free ticket into the concert? A: When you sign up to volunteer you will not recieve a ticket (seat) into the concert. We do try our best to let volunteers take shifts to go in a watch, but we cannot promise you will see the entire show. Q: How important is it that I arrive at training time? A: Very important! We will be checking in volunteers at 5:30PM for mandatory training. Please allow time for parking and getting to the entrance. Q: How late will I need to stay? A: We will need you for at least 30 minutes after the concert finishes, this may be as late as 10:30PM, so be prepared to stay and help tear down. Q: Why is it important that I stay at least 30 minutes after the concert? A: It's very important that you stay at least 30 minutes after the concert is over. When the concert finishes attendees tend to stop by the booth with questions or need assistance giving to World Vision. Q: How will I know where to go? Or who is my contact? A: Once you sign up, we will be sending you a couple confirmation emails with all the information you need. And if you ever have any questions you can always contact us at: [email protected] FOLLOW US FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | TWITTER @loopvolunteers Stay completely in the loop with concert updates, fun challenges, & more by following our social media & checking your inbox for our emails!
The Core Advocacy Training is a 40-hour fundamental skills and knowledge training for advocates of domestic violence victims/survivors in New Mexico, supported by the Children Youth and Families Department. It is designed for new advocates but open to all. The goals of the training are to leave participants with an understanding of: The history of the domestic violence movement and theories of violence in intimate relationships, including the disproportionate amount of violence met on women by men; The dynamics of domestic violence and tactics of abuse; Trauma in the lives of victims and their children, and how it impacts behavior and functioning; Secondary trauma and its effects in the lives of advocates; The legal context of domestic abuse, including state and federal statutes, protection orders, civil and criminal justice systems, and jurisdiction on tribal lands; An introduction to different cultural groups in New Mexico and the varying degrees of danger face by each; Challenges and resources for immigrant victims of abuse; The links between substance abuse and domestic violence; Specific challenges faced by members of the LGBTQ community; Child abuse and mandatory reporting; The role and ethical guidelines of advocacy; The importance of community partners and a coordinated response; and Skills in: Listening and connecting with clients; Using a trauma lens to view difficult behaviors; Crisis response, danger assessment, and safety planning in a variety of contexts; Welcoming all people, including people with disabilities, deaf and hard of hearing clients, and clients with limited English proficiency, Maintaining confidentiality and interacting with law enforcement; De-escalating conflict; Practicing cultural competency; Valuing and practicing self-care. Core Advocacy Training Structure: We have been working for the last month on revamping both the in-person content, self-study online training course, and will now be incorporating a follow up workshop to really embed knowledge and sharpen advocacy skills. In-Person Intensive (21 Hours) Participants will first attend the in-person intensive which will be three full days of knowledge building and experiential training. Online Training (12 hours) Participants will have two weeks to complete their online training. The online course has been condensed and focused down to 12-hours covering more in-depth topics and continuing to build all-around competency in domestic violence related knowledge. (Access to online training will be provided to all registrants at a later date. The new online training course has not been finalized yet. Once it is open all registrants will be emailed instructions on how to log in and complete the online training portion.) Follow-Up Workshop (2-3 weeks after initial session) Participants will attend a mandatory follow-up workshop to complete their 40 hour training. This advanced workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to further develop the skills that they learned in the initial in-person intensive. The focus will be on teaching advocacy skills that promote engagement and self determination. The skill development portion will occur in a supportive environment with demonstrations and individualized feedback. Meet the Trainers: Lead Facilitator: Brian Serna Brian Serna, LPCC, LADAC, is an international trainer and consultant in Evidence Based Practices (EBPs), ethics and cultural issues in behavioral healthcare. Mr. Serna excels at designing programs that implement EBPs with individuals who are resistant to change and have cultural barriers to accepting treatment. He has trained clinicians in the Community Reinforcement Approach and Family Training (CRAFT) since 2001 having received his training and supervision directly from Dr. Robert J. Meyers. CRAFT is the ONLY Evidence Based Approach for helping families who have a loved one struggling with an addiction. He has trained and consulted with programs in over twenty different states and five different countries. Brian is also on the faculty at Southwestern College in Santa Fe, NM. His company, Serna Solutions LLC provides consultation services and direct behavioral health services to adults, adolescents and families. Featured Trainers: Celina Bryant, NMCADV Associate TrainerTopics: Domestic ViolenceDeleana Otherbull, Executive Director of CSVANWTopics: Tribal & Cutural Competency Virginia Perez-Ortega, NMCADV Accessibility TrainerTopics: LEP & Disabilities To Be Announced: LGBTQ TrainerTopics: Cultural Competence and Services for LGBTQ Clients Schedule In-Person Training September 20th: 9:00-5:00September 21st: 9:00-5:00September 22nd: 9:00-5:00 Follow up Workshop (Mandatory): October 12th: 9:00-5:00 Logistics Location Drury Inn - Santa Fe Room (located on the top floor) 4310 The 25 Way NortheastAlbuqerque, NM 87109Google Map Hotel Reservation Information A special discounted room block has been made available at the Drury for your convenience. A room block for participants at a reduced rate ($119+tax per night) will be available to participants of this training. Reservations may be made by calling 1-800-325-0720 and referring to the group number of 2315595. The Drury offers hot breakfast, hot food and beverages each evening, free wireless internet access, and free parking. Cut off date: 9/1/17 Please make your reservations before then, the hotel cannot guarantee our rate after this date. Meals & Snacks Meals will be on your own. We will provide coffee, tea, and light snacks throughout the day in the training room. Cancellation Policy The full fee is non-refundable if canceled less than one week prior to the event. Disabilities NMCADV encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please call 505-246-9240 or email [email protected] in advance of your participation. Funding This training is funded in part by the Children Youth and Families Department, Domestic Violence Unit.