NYLC’s 16th Annual National Service-Learning Conference

Posted by on February 25, 2005

Don’t miss the largest and most exciting service-learning conference with approximately 3,000 youth leaders, K-12 educators, national service members, community-based organizations and corporate and foundation partners from across the country and around the world. Register now for NYLC’s 16th Annual National Service-Learning Conference, March 16-19, 2005 in Long Beach, California: http://www.nylc.org/conference.

AND, be sure to book your room before the February 16 deadline to secure the special room rate. To get the rates, you need to secure your lodging as part of the on-line registration process for the conference.

The National Service-Learning Conference offers one-of-a-kind events and features. Interested in meeting one of the plenary speakers? Need to do some serious networking? Looking for some one-on-one service-learning consulting? And because we are in the service-learning field, our sessions are far more interactive than the typical conference. It’s all here!

. Over 200 workshops
. 110 roundtable discussions
. On and off-site service projects and site visits
. Over 60 exhibitors and a conference bookstore
. And countless opportunities to network and share new ideas

Be inspired by a keynote addresses from Erin Gruwell of the FreedomWriters, Mawi Asgedom, Ethiopian refugee and teen advocate, and Howard Gardner of “multiple intelligences” fame. Conduct a service-learning project with Maria Shriver.

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