Call for Presenters: National Service-Learning Conference

Posted by on September 8, 2008

Join your friends and colleagues from around the world for The 20th Annual National Service-Learning Conference: Growing Hope, Cultivating Change.

The conference website and online registration are now open for the largest gathering of youths and practitioners involved in the service-learning movement. Held March 18-21, 2009, in Nashville, this singular event draws nearly 2,700 educators, state and federal officials, youth leaders, program coordinators, policy-makers, and representatives from community-based organizations. The conference connects participants with service-learning leaders through three days of plenary sessions, featured forums, and service-learning projects. It also provides access to new ideas and networking opportunities, with more than 150 workshops and countless opportunities for informal meetings.

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Do you have an outstanding service-learning program?
Do you have a message that needs to be heard?

The National Service-Learning Conference is looking for you! Proposals are currently being accepted. Come present to the largest gathering of youths and practitioners from the service-learning field including educators in k-12 and higher education, youth leaders, trainers, policy-makers, grantees, researchers, funders and many others. Young people are strongly encouraged to submit proposals. All proposals must be postmarked by September 26, 2008.

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We look forward to seeing you in Nashville!

If you have any questions, you can reach us by replying to this email or calling (800) 366-6952.

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