We are thrilled to announce that registration for the 2018 Washington Fatherhood Summit is now open! The Summit will be held on June 5th and 6th in the Brockey Center at South Seattle College. You have been identified as someone who will bring an amazing wealth of knowledge, experience, and enthusiasm to this two-day opportunity to work together around a statewide plan of action to strengthen fatherhood programs, leadership, systems, and policies; we hope that you can join us! Please see the registration link below for details about the 2-day Summit and hotel block information.
If there is an individual or a small group of folks from your local community, agency, or field of practice who you really want to make sure we get in the room, please forward this announcement. There are a limited number of seats available, so please be thinking about folks who will be excited about doing the work to create a plan when you are sharing this exciting opportunity. This is not an invitation that you would want to send out to broad list serves but rather targeted invitations to folks you really want to make sure we get in the room.
Important Note: If you work for one of our sponsoring agencies (Department of Early Learning, Division of Child Support, Community Services Division, or Children’s Administration) please check in with Kristin Ohler before registering for the event as your registration may have already been paid in advance.
Hotel Block Information: Hotel Blocks close on or before May 4th, depending on availability.
- Silvercloud Inn, Stadium: Register Online at www.silvercloud.com/seattlestadium
Enter the arrival/departure dates and the number of guests and click check availability
Scroll down to Corporate/Group Login
Enter Group ID: FATHER
Enter Password: FATHER2018
Log In and then click CHECK AVAILABILITY
Select Room Type and book your reservation
2. The Grove Inn, West Seattle: Call 206-937-9920 and reference Fatherhood Summit, code: 0141
We look forward to seeing you in June!
Your WA State Fatherhood Summit Steering Committee
WA Frontiers of Innovation; South Seattle Colleges; King County Community Partners for Transition Solutions; United Way of Skagit County; DSHS Economic Services Administration Office of the Assistant Secretary Tribal Liaison, Division of Child Support, and Community Services Division; DSHS Children’s Administration; DSHS Rehabilitation Administration, Department of Corrections, Department of Early Learning; Department of Health; Administration for Children and Families; WA State Father’s Network; Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction; Office of Public Defense; Children’s Home Society of Washington; University of Washington; Partnership for Fathers and Families; Divine Alternatives for Dads Services