National Community Building Network Conference
Posted by on November 8, 2002
Request for Facilitators and Presenters
Deadline: Friday, December 20 , 2002
Mark your calendars – the National Community Building Network’s 10th Anniversary conference will be here in just a few months! From Wednesday, April 30 to Saturday, May 3, 2003 hundreds of community building practitioners, advocates and supporters will gather in Chicago to network and share strategies. We invite you to share your experiences as a community builder by offering a workshop at the conference.
Please take a moment to look over the Overview of Tracks and Workshops on NCBN’s website ( http://www.ncbn.org/goto/propose_a_workshop ), which lists the six thematic conference tracks and describes the workshop topics conference planners hope will be explored in each track.
If you would like to present your community building story, and believe that you have lessons, tools or experiences to share on any of the subjects listed, please complete the Request for Facilitators and Presenters form. You can send your completed form to the address listed below, fax it to 510-663-6222, or complete it online through the NCBN website at http://www.ncbn.org/goto/propose_a_workshop.
Volunteer committees of NCBN members will review all forms to choose which workshops will be offered at the conference. All forms must be received by Friday, December 20, 2002 to be considered. All those who submit proposals will be informed of the results of the review by the end of January.
Thank you for considering this opportunity. We hope to hear from you soon and look forward to seeing you at NCBN’s 2003 Annual Conference!
Annual Meeting and Conference Committee
National Community Building Network
1624 Franklin Street, Suite 1000
Oakland, CA 94612
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