2024 National Title IV-E Roundtable

Transforming Child Welfare:
The Aims and Gains of Social Movements and the Vision and Voice of Everyday Lives

The National IV-E Roundtable for Child Welfare Training and Education is an annual gathering of representatives from public and tribal child welfare agencies and their university partners. Our goal is to share our resources to build a strong child welfare workforce through training and education. The Vermont Child Welfare Training Partnership is pleased to host this year’s National IV-E Roundtable for Child Welfare Training and Education in Burlington Vermont, May 21st through May 23rd, 2024

We are proud to present this year’s keynote speakers:

Rebecca Jones Gaston, MSW

Commissioner, Administration on
Children, Youth and Families (ACYF)

Corey B. Best

Founder, Community Curator
Mining For Gold


For more information on the keynote speakers select the keynote speaker page.

Pricing:

  • Early Bird Rates through March 31, 2024: $250 per person 
  • Regular Rates April 1, 2024 – May 10 2024: $315 per person 

Registration will include:

  • Entry to the Roundtable May 21-23, 2024
  • 2.5 days of Roundtable breakout sessions
  • Keynote speakers
  • Plenary sessions
  • Social Work CEU’s will be offered at no cost
  • Evening reception at Echo Leahy Center
  • Networking opportunities
  • Breakfast and lunch

Optional evening social event on May 22nd 7:30p-9:00p

    • Moth-Style StorySlam hosted by award winning comedic storyteller and Moth Producer, Susanne Schmidt
    • Located right at the Burlington Hilton Waterfront
    • $25 per person- Limited tickets available. Purchase tickets HERE
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Learning Goals:
  • How federal, public, tribal, and university funds can blend to fund education and training programs
  • Current federal policies and guidance on child welfare training and education programming and funding
  • Best practices in training and education for partnerships

We encourage you to come as a team with others in your jurisdiction so that you can apply lessons learned to actions useful for your child welfare partnership.