NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The LGBT Professional Academy for Advisors, aka “Advisor Bootcamp,” will be held July 16-21 at Vanderbilt University.

This intensive is designed to equip advisors with the tools to be more effective in their roles by knowing where to get the best information and resources to guide those they serve.

The retreat is being held in coordination with Camp Pride.

Participants will engage in development process work and advising models/theories, along with building a network of colleagues across the U.S.

Early bird registration is $825 and has been extended to May 29 and includes educational curriculum, all program materials, accommodation for five nights and meals, as well as entertainment and activities. The fee rises to $975 after the early bird deadline date.


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