Student Leadership and Civic Engagement Conference
Posted by on October 20, 2006
The Bringing Theory to Practice Student Leadership and Civic Engagement Conference will be November 10-11, 2006 at the Washington Court Hotel, Washington, DC.
The Bringing Theory to Practice Project invites college and university students to attend its second annual student conference Student Leadership and Civic Engagement.
The Student Civic Engagement Conference Track is sponsored by the Charles Engelhard Foundation of New York City and is offered in partnership with the Association of American Colleges and Universities. The BTtoP Project is committed to exploring and advocating the academic community’s interest, support and valuing of engaged student learning and its relationship to the mental health and civic development of individuals and their communities.
To advance students’ leadership role in engaging their peers’ learning, health and civic development, the Project is holding its second annual Student Conference, Student Leadership and Civic Engagement. The Student Conference is designed to encourage college students to reflect upon their own attitudes and leadership abilities within the areas of engaged and service learning. A series of interactive presentations and discussions will provide students with tools to help them grow as both leaders and students as well as inspire them to continue their service activities after graduation.
For more information, and a copy of the Conference agenda, please visit http://www.bringtheorytopractice.org or call 202-884-0815.
The Student Leadership and Civic Engagement Conference fee is $25.00 per student. All meals (except lunch on the 10th) and materials are included.
Please register at http://www.bringingtheorytopractice.org
Conference Registration ends on Friday, November 3, 2006.
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