The Power of Youth Civic Courage: From the Civil Rights Movement to Today
Posted by North Carolina Campus Compact on September 24, 2018
2018 CSNAP Student Conference
“The Power of Youth Civic Courage: From the Civil Rights Movement to Today”
November 9 – 10 at Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC
Call for Workshop Proposals: Due October 15
Registration deadline: October 22
Join North Carolina Campus Compact for the 26th annual CSNAP Student Conference, a gathering of student leaders exploring citizenship, service, networking, and partnerships. The schedule includes a Friday evening gathering and a full day on Saturday.
The main event on Saturday will feature student-led workshops and a plenary session featuring a facilitated conversation between Civil Rights Movement participants and current youth activists.
Who should attend?
College students who want to learn more about civic and community engagement, or who want to share what they know about leadership, volunteer management, community service, social entrepreneurship, advocacy, or public issues that impact our communities.
CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN $75/pp for Campus Compact member campuses/$100 for non-members.
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