“Teachers affect eternity; no one can tell where their influence stops.”

–Henry Adams

If you know a teacher, volunteer, or leader in the field of adult education who has done extraordinary work to empower and encourage students and colleagues, please consider nominating him/her for a CAEPA award. There is no shortage of great working being done in adult education programs across the state, and CAEPA wants to honor some of the standouts.

Help us by submitting a nomination form here: http://www.caepa.org/forms/awards-nomination.html

Attending the 2016 Rendezvous Conference is a wonderful professional development opportunity. If you, or someone you know, could benefit from the many and varied sessions but need financial assistance for the registration, please apply for The Ann Deditz Scholarship. Any instructor or volunteer, experienced or brand new, working in any aspect of adult education is eligible for the scholarship.

Apply for the scholarship here: http://www.caepa.org/forms/ann-deditz-scholarship.html