Southeastern Association of Community Action Agencies
September 10-13 in Myrtle Beach, SC
Pre-Conference Events (Tuesday, Sept. 10)
Bridging the Gap between Social Determinants of Health and Innovative Solutions
New Executive Administrator Orientation
SEACAA Welcome Reception
General Opening Session featuring Larry Weaver, Motivational Speaker and Clean Comedian (Wednesday)
David Bradley, Co-Founder & CEO, NCAF - Updates from the National Community Action Foundation (Wednesday)
Partners Update Session (Thursday)
Say It with Your Chest! Advocating for CAA (Friday)
Wednesday, September 11
- Track A: Plugged In: How to Drive Employee Engagement (HR)
- Track B: Census 2020: Why it Matters & What You Can Do to Help Get Out the Count
- Mitigating Your DRS Risk
- New Community Action Leader: Unapologetically DOPE
- Financial Responsibilities for Board Members
- Dealing with Practical Procurement Problems (Finance)
- Seniors and Volunteerism in the Community
- National Partnership on Branding
Thursday September 12
- Track A: Diversity & Inclusion in an Inter-Generational Workplace
- Track B: Fund and Accrual Accounting in CAAs (Finance)
- Track A: Developing a Team That Will WIN the Race
- Track B: The Board & Policy Council Head Start Registration
- Disaster Preparedness
- Board Responsibilities
- Early Head Start Child Care Partnerships: Things to Consider
- Building Your Brand
- The Power of Social Media
Learn more about SEACAA’s Awards including selection criteria and the nomination process.
Lonnie D. Burton Achievement Award to an individual who, through the assistance of a Community Action Program, has achieved a significant level of self-sufficiency and independence while recognition is given to the local Community Action Agency’s role in helping the nominee(s) to help themselves. This award focuses on the personal progress and achievements of the individuals who are nominated. CAA employees are not eligible for this award unless they are former recipients of CAA services.
William “Sonny” Walker Self-Sufficiency Award to a member organization of SEACAA or one whose interests SEACAA represents, not to an individual, although individual leadership will spur the award winning achievement(s).
Carl D. Perkins Human Service Award to be presented to an individual who consistently advocated and/or contributed to the growth, development and survival of Community Action Programs throughout Region IV (Southeast).