National Community Building Network Conference

Posted by on March 7, 2003

Renewing Our Commitment to Community Building

NCBN?s 2003 Annual Conference and 10th Anniversary Celebration
April 30 ? May 3 , 2003
Chicago, Illinois

Registration for NCBN’s 2003 Annual Conference and 10th Anniversary Celebration is now available online at!

The conference will bring together over 600 community builders from around the country to network, share strategies and celebrate the work of community building. Sessions of particular interest to practitioners in the community development field include “re-Neighborhing Community in Historic Bronzeville,” a neighborhood tour and community learning session organized by Genesis Housing Development Corporation, “Community Transformation in the West Side,” a neighborhood tour and community learning session organized by Bethel New Life , and “Chicago’s Public Housing Transformation Plan,” a workshop organized by the Near West Side Community Development Corporation.

Make sure you are a part of this exciting event. Register today!

On NCBN?s website, you can fill out a registration form online, or download a form in Microsoft Word or PDF format to fill out and return by mail, e-mail or fax.

In addition to completing a conference registration form, when you visit, you can:

* View the full conference agenda.
* Read detailed descriptions of all conference sessions, including 18 interactive workshops and 10 Community Learning Sessions that will include tours of local Chicago neighborhoods.
* Get information about the conference hotel and how to make your reservation.
* Learn about discounted air fares to Chicago and affordable ground transportation between the airport and the conference hotel.

We look forward to seeing you in Chicago!


The Board and Staff of the National Community Building Network

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