VASPA hosts two Professional Development Conferences annually – one in the fall and the second in the spring, both are two-day events that offer an engaging learning experience centered around relevant topics that matter most to K-12 HR professionals. VASPA’s site selection committee chooses different locations throughout the state for each conference. VASPA’s Board of Director meetings are held on the day before each conference.
Who can benefit from VASPA’s Professional Development Conferences? HR Leaders, HR Staff, Superintendents, Aspiring Human Resources Leaders, Other Senior Leaders in School Divisions, and Principals and Assistant Principals.
VASPA FALL CONFERENCE PLANNING COMMITTEE
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in serving on the Fall Conference Planning Committee.
Fall 2019 Conference: REGISTRATION Coming Soon!!
Conference Theme: Navigating HR Peaks & Valleys
November 11-12, 2019
HOTEL MADISON; 710 S. Main Street; Harrisonburg, Virginia
Located along one of the main thoroughfares of America’s westward expansion and smack in the middle of some of the most spectacular mountain ranges and outdoor recreation spots in Virginia, Harrisonburg has evolved from an agricultural, cultural, and commercial hub during the 19th and 20th centuries to today’s artfully-restored, forward-thinking destination best known for its lively and distinct style. This small city’s fiercely independent founders would definitely approve!
Visitors can dive into Harrisonburg’s fascinating scene starting at the Hardesty-Higgins House Visitor Center, where you can plot your exhilarating outdoor and cultural adventures. Fond of being first in many things, Harrisonburg is especially proud of having the 1st recognized Arts and Cultural and Culinary Districts in Virginia. Why not walk, bike, shop, view, eat, drink and revel your way through the 40 block-district of historic downtown for a full-senses experience you’ll not soon forget?
Best Things To Do In Harrisonburg & Nearby Attractions
Edith J Carrier Arboretum