Partners in Policymaking participants are people who live in Virginia, have a developmental disability or are parents of young children with developmental disabilities. Individuals attending the program participate in advocacy skill workshops, resource development, and leadership training.
To learn more, visit our Partners in Policymaking page.
To submit a PIP graduate update, visit Share Your News. Go to Share the News
The YLF program seeks to empower young people with developmental and other disabilities to further develop their leadership skills. Students, serving as Delegates from communities throughout Virginia, participate in a wide range of activities and learning experiences during the Youth Leadership Forum set on a university campus.
The YLF curriculum includes training and development of individual career and life-goals, leadership skills, social skills, and self-esteem. Delegates benefit from sharing the experience of an energetic and socially enriched environment with other delegates, distinguished guests, mentors, and highly motivated volunteer staff.
To learn more, visit our Youth Leadership Forum page.
To submit a YLF graduate update, visit Share Your News. Go to Share the News
The Board is eager to connect with PIP and YLF alumni to learn more about your advocacy efforts. Facilitating alumni relationships, creating networking opportunities, and highlighting the advocacy activity achievements of alumni are some of our immediate objectives. Your feedback and participation are crucial.
For more information on Alumni Relations, or to be added to our mailing list, please contact:
Alumni Relations Program Assistant