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National Policy Seminar 2015

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National Policy Seminar
Skills for the Hill
March 2-4 in Arlington, Virginia

The 2015 National Policy Seminar was a great success! Thank you to all attendees and presenters for your part in taking skills to the Hill! This year's conference was focused on helping CTE stakeholders gain the skills needed to effectively make the case for CTE with federal policymakers, and to collectively show Congress that CTE is all about building the skills students need for successful futures. Follow-up materials are available below.

Attendee Press Release

Attendee Meeting Evaluation

NPS Leave Behinds
The following materials were made available at the National Policy Seminar for attendees to deliver to Members of Congress:

 NPS PowerPoint Slides

Hill Visit Report Form
Please fill out one Hill Visit Report Form for each visit you or your delegation attended. For the first time, this year's form is available for submitting completely online, even from your mobile device. A print copy is also available if preferred, but we encourage you to use the online version! 

Electronic Hill Visit Report Form
Printed Hill Visit Report Form

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