April 25, 2016 (Newswire.com) -
America’s Warrior Partnership, a national nonprofit organization focused on empowering communities to empower veterans, announces registration is open for the Third Annual Warrior Community Integration Symposium.
The Symposium will be held September 7-9, 2016 at the Marriott Marquis in Atlanta, GA. Early bird registration is $150 until June 30, and includes networking, expo, general sessions, breakout sessions, keynote speaker luncheon, award luncheon, and evening reception. Registration can be completed on the organization’s website at www.AmericasWarriorPartnership.org.
Exhibitor registration is also open. We will offer booth space for the expo during the Symposium. Booth space will be $300 for non-profit and government organizations and $500 for other businesses. To reserve your booth, please complete registration at
To date, AWP has served nearly 24,000 Warriors, collectively. This Symposium will multiply those efforts across the nation by bringing together an anticipated 350+ Veteran-serving professionals who will share best practices, identify mega issues and trends in the veteran space to work together to find solutions, and network with the intention of solidifying future collaborative relationships. The goal of this Symposium is to equip each individual who attends with additional tools, resources, knowledge and partnerships in order to strengthen their direct services and offer improved service to warriors. The main education tracks include Health & Wellness; Strong & Healthy Relationships; Emerging Veteran Issues; Education, Training, Employment, and Entrepreneurship; Capacity Building and Building Collaborative Relationships.
"We are thrilled to host the Symposium this year in Atlanta. We will have national visibility and the potential to reach even more Veteran-serving community organizations and to create more working relationships to better serve our Veterans,"
“We are thrilled to host the Symposium this year in Atlanta. We will have national visibility and the potential to reach even more Veteran-serving community organizations and to create more working relationships to better serve our Veterans,” said America’s Warrior Partnership President and CEO Jim Lorraine.
Please check website for updates as they become available and contact the organization with any questions.
For more information and interview opportunities contact:
Lori Noonan, Director of Development and Marketing
Source: America's Warrior Partnership