About NAVPA

The National Association of Veterans’ Program Administrators (NAVPA) is an organization of institutions and individuals who are involved or interested in the operation of veterans’ affairs programs and/or the delivery of services to veterans as school certifying officials across the country. NAVPA is governed by a Board of Directors elected annually. The purpose of NAVPA is to promote professional competency and efficiency through an association of members and others associated with, and involved in, veterans’ educational programs; to promote the development, improvement and extension of opportunities to any veteran or dependent of a veteran for his or her personal growth and development to its fullest potential. This is achieved through assisting with the assessment and attainment of individual needs, communicating and cooperating with communities, schools, agencies and organizations at the local, state, regional and federal levels; developing productive relations with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Department of Education, Department of Defense, and other federal or national Veterans Service Organization or agency serving veterans; participating in efforts to facilitate the education and/or training of educationally or otherwise disadvantaged veterans; and promoting cooperative studies, research, evaluation, workshops, seminars, conferences, and other activities as may be desired or required to fulfill the purposes of NAVPA.

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NAVPA is a non-profit organization devoted to promoting professional competency and efficiency through an association of members and others associated with and involved in Veterans Education Assistance Programs. The Association offers membership to those directly employed in veteran’s affairs or those genuinely interested in and supportive of the goals of the Association.

NAVPA’s Mission and Purpose

To promote professional competency and efficiency through an association of members and others associated with and involved in veterans education assistance programs.

To promote the development, improvement, and extension of opportunities to any veteran or dependent for his or her personal development to its fullest potential, through:

  • Assisting with the assessment and attainment of his or her needs.
  • Communicating and cooperating with communities, schools, and agencies and organizations at the local, state, regional and national levels.
  • Developing productive relations with the DVA and other agencies serving the veteran.
  • Participating in efforts to facilitate the educational training of that portion of the veteran population which is educationally or otherwise disadvantaged.
  • Promoting and providing individual and cooperative studies, research, evaluation, workshops, seminars, conferences, and other related activities as may be desired or required to fulfill the purposes of NAVPA.

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