Fingers Crossed. We Plan to See You in Savannah, Georgia in 2021

We are looking to the future and hoping for the best and that means an in-person conference in the beautiful city of Savannah, GA on October 16-20, 2021. Save the date and look for more information to come as we head into a new year.   Read More

THANK YOU for Attending and Participating in Our 2020 Virtual Conference

It was not the conference we are accustomed to and we missed hanging out with everyone, but we are thankful to all of you that attended our virtual conference and participated in the virtual roll call session. We really couldn’t have expected it to go any better.   Read More

Introducing Ben Colussy - Hey That Rhymes!

Welcome to the NPEA Board Ben Colussy. We are looking forward to working with you and learning more about you.   Read More

2020 Roll Call Form Is Ready For You To Complete

Roll Call is a valuable tool for our members. It is a year-long source of contacts, valuable information and insight from Systems across the country. This year we have added an additional question regarding your System's experiences, challenges and changes as a result of COVID. Please take a moment to complete the 2020 Roll Call document and submit to Barbie Pearson at [email protected] by September 1, 2020.   Read More

2020 Conference in Seattle will have to wait…Alternative Education Opportunities Available

After a great deal of thought and discussion, the NPEA Board has decided to officially cancel the in-person 2020 Annual Conference scheduled to be held in Seattle, WA. Based on the on-going COVID-19 concerns, the board felt canceling the in-person conference and instead offering alternative educational opportunities such as a half-day virtual event in October, monthly webinars, videos, etc. was the most socially and financially responsible action to take.   Read More

Coping During the Year of COVID-19

What a year 2020 is turning out to be. COVID-19 has not only changed our personal lives and interactions, but it has impacted the way we do business. Working from home. Utilizing webinars instead of seminars. Web and phone counseling versus in-person counseling. The list goes on and on.   Read More