Best Out-Of-School Time Conference
Posted by on February 2, 2009
APRIL 22-25, 2009
Palm Spings Convention Center
Palm Springs, California
We are pleased to announce that TEEN TRUTH LIVE will be facilitating a one hour General Session/Keynote on Friday morning, April 24th at the BOOST Conference. Teen Truth Live is an interactive, multi-media presentation that incorporates motivational speeches with student created documentaries. The award winning film focuses on social issues that lead to school violence and challenge the audience to think about how their reactions to these issues impact those around them.
Teen Truth Live was created to give students a voice, motivate them to think, and to empower them to make a difference. http://www.teentruthlive.com
About BOOST (Best Out-of-School Time) Conference:
Join one of the nation’s largest and most recognized conferences for after school and out-of-school time professionals. Set in a retreat-like atmosphere, this extraordinary event will rejuvenate your passion and boost your direction for quality programming. We invite you to experience the most invigorating blend of networking and teambuilding opportunities, exceptional workshop presenters to learn and grow with and the latest trends and research in out-of-school time programming. Connect with over 100 Exhibitors sharing the newest resources, products and services to enhance your programs. Have an opportunity to experience guest speakers, special events, and entertainment that will inspire you to create change. Meals and plenty of sunshine also included.
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