Empowering Communities for the New Millennium
Posted by on March 12, 2004
[posted from College Prep Roundtable. PACAC is the Pennsylvania Association of College Admissions Counseling]
With a focus on our students and the communities that support and encourage them, this year’s PACAC Human Relations Conference to be held at Cabrini College on May 5, 2004, will discuss, explore, and share information about:
“Empowering Communities for the New Millennium”
As an educational professional, you are cordially invited to attend and participate in this conference. We especially encourage our secondary school counselors, college admissions professionals and access organizations to join us for these discussions. Although at this time we cannot offer ACT 48 credits, we will provide conference attendees with a letter of certification and detailed conference information so that credit approval can be pursued through local School Districts.
We also encourage you to copy and distribute the conference information to your colleagues who might not be on our mailing list. Membership in PACAC is not required to participate in the conference. Enclosed is the conference registration form and tentative agenda. Registration forms should be mailed with payment by April 15, 2004.
The cost of the conference is $30.00 per participant and includes a continental breakfast and lunch. Secondary counselors may request to be considered for a Counselor Assistance Program (CAP) grant. Send your registration form and request rationale as soon as possible but no later than April 1, 2004. Funding consideration will be on a date-received basis.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Hampton Inn-Plymouth Meeting for “PACAC Human Relations Conference” at a rate of $99.00 (includes breakfast), phone: 610-567-0900. Travel directions to Cabrini College will be forwarded to you prior to the conference date.
Please join colleagues from across the state who share a commitment to strengthening community environments that provide access and equity to students and those in the workplace. This will be a rewarding spring event that promises to be interactive, thought-provoking, and professionally rewarding.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call me at (610-757-3853).
Human Relations Chairperson
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