Event Categories

National Elder Rights Training Program

NCLC's National Elder Rights Training Project is part of the National Legal Resource Center, a collaboration of organizations sponsored by the Administration on Aging.  Below you will see the entire list of webinars for our current series.  You can download all the PowerPoints and recordings from our past webinars.  Click the link at the bottom to access previous years' webinars.

To signup for our webinar email list, please sign up here.

Want to suggest a topic for our next elder rights series?  If so please fill out our webinar survey.  

All webinars are on Wednesdays at 2pm EST, unless otherwise noted. They are open to the public and there is no charge.

If you are interested in attending a webinar, please email the NCLC Training Coordinator Jessica Hiemenz at Jhiemenz@nclc.org to receive a registration invitation.

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NCLC has an on-going series of webinars about working cars for working families sponsored by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.  The webinars are free and open to the public.  To sign-up to receive webinar registration emails, please fill out this form. You can find past webinars below to download the PowerPoints and recordings.  Most webinars on this topic are on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 2pm EST.

Domestic Violence

NCLC conducts trainings for attorneys, advocates, and policymakers. Our workshops are in-depth and provide detailed training materials and resource guides.

Consulting Services. As resources permit, NCLC offers on-going technical assistance and support to advocates for domestic violence survivors. Our experts keep up with the latest developments in consumer law and can help advocates respond to the most current abuses. For more information contact NCLC at (617) 542-8010.

Rural Development

The National Alliance for Rural Policy's "Investments in Rural America" webinar series explores a wide variety of issues that affect resource flows into America's rural communities, including:

• What kinds of resources are likely to be available in the new economy?

• Government, the private sector, and philanthropy are all expected to play important roles, but with what changes and conditions?

• What can rural communities do to position themselves, either on their own or in regional partnerships, as attractive prospects for investment?