State & Local Programs

National CASA Association Training Calendar

2018 WebEx Series for Member Programs

National CASA has organized a regular schedule of WebEx sessions to provide more predictable opportunities for dialogue and training with our member programs around specific topics. These sessions will involve community calls or webinar trainings and will always be from 10-11 a.m. Pacific time, on a general pattern of every other Friday (with some exceptions due to the March conference or longer months).

The schedule will be regularly updated as topics and related materials are added.

If you have questions or suggestions about these sessions, please contact us through Member Services at



Feb. 2: Supporting Former Foster Youth Through the Akerman Academic Excellence Scholarship, with Sally Erny, Chief Stakeholder Engagement & External Affairs Officer

Akerman Session Slides 

Session Recording 

Feb. 16: Feedback Sought on State Standards and Technical Assistance, with Denice Hairston, National Quality and Accountability Officer

State Standards Slides 

Session Recording 

March 2: Annual Local Program Survey, with John Trainor, Data Governance and Evaluation Officer, and 2018 Conference Know Before You Go, with Brad Ray, National Training and Development Officer 

March 23: Feedback Sought on Local Program Standards and Technical Assistance, with Denice Hairston, National Quality and Accountability Officer


Log-On Instructions

To join the online meeting
1. Go to
2. Enter your name and email address.
3. Enter the meeting password: P4PJp35f
4. Click "Join Now". 
To join the meeting on iPhone
Go to wbx://

Don't have the iPhone WebEx application yet?
Go to iTunes to download.



Everyone Ready® Volunteer Management Training Program

Everyone Ready® is a set of online tools designed by volunteer management expert Susan Ellis and her staff at Energize, Inc. The tools can be used by both state and local CASA program staff to enhance recruitment, support and retention of volunteers in your program. AccessEveryone Ready®

Through Everyone Ready you will have continuous, 24/7 access to a range of learning materials including online seminars and self-instruction guides.



Webinar Library 

Access a selection of recordings of past webinars


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