In This Issue
Member of the Month
Center Giveaway Results
.Org Domain Sold to Private Equity Firm
Regional Award Nominations
Instructor Education Guide
Direct Service Scholarships
Member Perks
Transition Video Tutorial
Ready to Transition?
PATH Intl. CTRI Webpage
Regional Conferences
Workshops and Certifications
Quick Links
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December 3, 2019 

Each year GivingTuesday celebrates a national day of giving to nonprofit organizations. In a season of over-abundance it's a nice way to remember the good being done in our world. Please consider making a donation to PATH Intl. The funds earned on this day or any other during the year will definitely be put to good use. Your contribution can be applied to funds for disaster relief, general operating, participant assistance and others. Donate through Facebook for your donation to have a chance at being matched. Or donate on the PATH Intl. donation page. Thank you! #GivingTuesday #PATHIntl
Member of the Month: Regan Mays
Regan Mays with white horse Please meet the first of two PATH Intl. Members of the month for December, Regan Mays from PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center Ride On Therapeutic Horsemanship in Los Angeles, CA.

Regan has been riding, owning, and showing horses in a variety of disciplines since childhood. She received degrees in Psychology, Drama, and Child and Adolescent Mental Health from New York University (NYU), and is a PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor and Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning. Regan has served on the PATH Intl. Credentialing Council since its inception. She's part of the EAT-PTSD research project with Columbia University and Man O' War Project, she's also contributed to PATH Intl. Strides magazine. Read more
Center Giveaway Results From the 2019 Conference
PATH Intl. announced in October that it had received a generous, anonymous donation for two giveaways at the international conference in Denver - one for a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center and the other for a member center. The recipient entry forms were drawn by keynote speaker Jaycee Dugard. Happy Trails Riding Academy, a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center in Visalia, CA, was the recipient of $1,000. PATH Intl. Center Member Hooves of Hope Equestrian Center in Lancaster, KY, received $500 and the donor will contribute another $500 toward accreditation fees should they choose to pursue accreditation.

Congratulations to the centers, and a whole-hearted thank you to the donor!
.Org Domain Sold to Private Equity Firm
Center administrators, if your center website address ends with .org, this information might be of interest to you. Some nonprofit organizations are concerned about increased online costs after the recent sale of the .org domain to a private equity firm called Ethos Capital LLC. Click for more....
2020 Regional Award Nominations Deadline Approaching:
Nominations Close December 9, 2019
If you know of an outstanding equestrian, credentialed professional, volunteer, veterinarian or equine please nominate them for a PATH Intl. Award.  
Each credentialed professional, volunteer, veterinarian and equine  awards are regional, and winners will be recognized at their region conferences. There are 11 regions; there will be 11 regional winners in each category. Each regional winner from each category will go through a secondary nomination process to determine a national winner for 2020.

Visit the  awards page to find more details, directions and nomination links and sample nomination forms for each category. 

If you have any questions please contact  Missy.
PATH Intl. Instructor Education GuideĀ©
"Now this is a great resource," said one purchaser. 

The PATH Intl. Instructor Education GuideĀ©  is a handbook for novice and experienced therapeutic horsemanship professionals. This comprehensive, 200 page, full-color book created by a team of industry experts is filled with important industry considerations. Included are chapters on: the equine partner, tack and equipment, participants, teaching in a therapeutic setting, behavior and emotional regulation, volunteers, entering the ring, considerations for instructors, instructor development and a glossary.

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Purchase the printed guide - $95; discounted member price $75
Purchase the downloadable guide  - $80; discounted member price $60

MEMBERS ONLY HOLIDAY SALE: Get $5 off the already discounted price.  Use code 2019Holidays
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PATH Intl. PACs VA Direct Service Application Open Until January 3
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Adaptive Service Grant (VA ASG) Direct Service Application is open for all Premier Accredited Centers until January 3rd. You can apply here, or contact Danielle Crooks with any questions.
Member Perks by Abenity Has Been Launched
You should have received a welcome email from Abenity the last week of October. If you missed it, don't fret. You can still get set up by following the link to sign in. Your username is the email you have on file with PATH Intl. and your temporary password is !PATHintl1. After signing in, reset your password and then enjoy the many perks and benefits provided to you by Abenity.

 More information about the program can be found here. Questions? Contact Missy Jean at the PATH Intl. Office.
Video Tutorial: Transitioning to the PATH Intl. CTRI Credential
Wondering how to transition to the PATH Intl. CTRI credential? Watch this short  video tutorial  to learn about the process.
Ready to Transition to the CTRI Credential?
Get started by completing payment for the  CTRI Maintenance Fee  to initiate enrollment in the online test. (Please allow 3 business days for enrollment.) Once you've successfully passed the test, fill out the  CTRI Transition Form  and email it to to finish the transition process. It's that simple! Questions? Contact Brittney Holdman.
PATH Intl. CTRI Web Page
Wondering where to view all of the information about the new PATH Intl. CTRI certification? Visit the CTRI web page here or access it by selecting "Certifications" under the "Education" menu on the PATH Intl. homepage.
Regional Conference Dates and Registration
Questions? Contact Marsha Anderson, PATH Intl. region conference coordinator. Watch the eNews and region conference page for registration information as it becomes available.

Region 1   April 24-25, 2020, New Hampshire, registration opens 2/15/20
Region 2   State meetings in 2020; March 20-22, 2020: Maryland State Meeting
Region 3   March 6-8, 2020, North Carolina, registration opens 12/27/19
Region 4   May 29-31, 2020, Michigan City, IN. submit abstract, deadline 1/24/20
Region 5   2020 Conference, TN TBD.
Region 6   March 13-15, 2020, Madison, WI, registration opens 1/3/20
Region 7   January 31 - February 2, 2020, Olathe, KS: online registration; hard copy registration
Region 8   July 31 - August 2, 2020, Georgetown, TX 
Region 9   State Meetings in 2020
Region 10  May 15-17, 2020, Park City, UT, submit abstract, deadline 1/10/20
Region 11  April 18-19, 2020, Fallbrook, CA, submit abstract, deadline 12/14/19
PATH Intl. Events Calendar

Unless otherwise noted, contact Bret Maceyak at (800) 369-7433, ext. 114, with questions. All dates are subject to change. To register for an event, please contact the host site directly. You can locate contact information under Find a Center on the PATH Intl. homepage or on the PATH Intl. events calendar.

For a full list of events, including onsite workshops and certifications, visit the PATH Intl. events calendar.  

Jan. 13-15, 2020
High Hopes Therapeutic Riding *Advanced Prep Workshop Only*
Old Lyme, CT

Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning  Workshop and Skills Test  
Jan. 23-26, 2020
Feb. 12-15, 2020

Feb. 15-18, 2020
Feb. 20-23, 2020
Mar. 23-26, 2020
May 4-7, 2020
Jun. 25-28, 2020
NC Therapeutic Riding Center
Dream Catchers at the Cori Sikich Riding Center
High Hopes Therapeutic Riding
Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center
Wings of Hope Equitherapy
On Eagles' Wings Therapeutic Horsemanship
Mebane, NC
Toano, VA

Old Lyme, CT
Redmond, WA
Cleburne, TX
Dallas, TX
Fairmont, WV

Mar. 9-10, 2020

Mar. 28-29, 2020
Dreams On Horseback *Driving Demo Workshop Only*
UpReach Therapeutic Equestrian Center *Driving Demo Workshop Only*
Blacklick, OH

Goffstown, NH

Interactive Vaulting  
Jun. 1-4, 2020
Reins of Life, Inc. * Workshop & Certification*
Michigan City, IN

Jan. 17 - Mar. 14, 2020
Jan. 21 - Apr. 1, 2020
Aug. 14 - Oct. 10, 2020

High Hopes Therapeutic Riding

Dallas, TX

Old Lyme, CT

Dallas, TX

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