Registration Information

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Mark your calendar for Federally Employed Women’s (FEW’s) 50th National Training Program (NTP) held in the “City of Brotherly Love” Philadelphia at the downtown Philadelphia Marriott, from July 22 – 26, 2019.

You are invited to join us for another golden anniversary of FEW’s NTP filled with stellar training.  For 50 years, FEW has offered superlative training to employees from the federal, state, local and military communities.  FEW’s NTP is the perfect place to excel to the next level in your career by gaining hands-on self-development and career enhancing tools.  What is so special about our training is that we have developed our courses with you in mind.  The NTP caters to bringing awareness, developing leadership skills and build successful careers.

We want each attendee  to reach his or her fullest potential.  That’s why FEW has mapped every training session to meet the guidelines of the Office of Personnel Management’s Senior Executive Service, Executive Core Qualifications (Leading Change, Leading People, Results Driven, Business Acumen, Building Coalitions) and the underlying fundamental core competencies.  Additionally, the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute will offer a Special Emphasis Program Managers (SEPM) training that will count toward certification for SEPMs.

FEW is so excited to host in a great American city known as the birthplace of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.  This is a unprecedented opportunity for attendees to train and network in a city that is layered with history.  Attendees can expect to participate in a variety of educational formats all planned to deliver an optimal training experience. Courses target entry-level employees as well as senior decision-makers and policy-makers in the civilian and military arenas, and the private sector.

We will continue updating this page as we get closer to the opening of NTP 2019 registration so be sure to check back frequently for updates.  Remember to use our NTP Toolkit to assist you with explaining the value of attending this dynamic training program.


Karen M. Rainey
FEW National President

Naomi Bell
National Training Program 2019 Chair