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NCRA Legislative Boot Camp

March 11 - 13, 2018
State Affiliate Events

Hyatt Regency Reston
Reston, Virginia

NCRA Legislative Boot Camp







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Be a part of the NEW
NCRA Legislative Boot Camp


The new NCRA Legislative Boot Camp experience is an immersive, hands-on opportunity to advocate for court reporting and captioning as you meet with your representatives and senators on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Through intensive issue education and mock meetings, you will receive all the training you need to testify before legislators. You will take home new skills to use for advocating in your state legislatures and a new network of NCRA members and key influencers who are passionate about the profession.


What you’ll learn

Knowledge is Power: Take It to Your State

Leadership in Action: How to Influence Outcomes

  • NEW! Effective Decision-Making in an Overthinking World, with Shelley Row, P.E.
  • NEW! Understanding NCRA’s Federal Initiative
  • Mock meetings
  • What to expect on the Hill

Hear directly from speaker Shelley Row, P.E. on what to expect from her session titled Effective Decision-Making in an Overthinking World.

What you’ll do

Hill Day: Make Your Impact

  • NEW! Travel to the Hill by Metro
  • Meet with legislators and key staff
  • NEW! Lunch in the Dirksen Senate Dining Room
  • NEW! Special reception at the Library of Congress in honor of the Veterans History Project (tentative)



Read more about the 2018 Boot Camp experience on NCRA ramps up 2018 Legislative Boot Camp with cutting-edge content



Please contact NCRA Manager of State Government Relations Matthew Barusch with any additional questions.




*Cancellation policy: Please submit all refund requests in writing to Matthew Barusch, State Government Relations Manager. Any refund requests prior to Feb. 1 will be refunded minus the processing fee. Cancellations requested between Feb. 1 – 16 will get a 50% refund. No refunds will be processed after Feb. 16.