December 6 and 7, 2013
Arizona State University – West Campus
2013 CALL FOR PRESENTERS
2013 Workshop RFP Downloads:
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Please contact Sara (above) if you need
any assistance completing the RFP.
The fourth annual Arizona Summit on Volunteerism and Service-Learning will provide an opportunity to inspire, energize and mobilize Arizona’s volunteer leaders and service-learning practitioners of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to further develop and foster their skills and to better serve Arizona’s real community needs through collaborative effort. Our vision is to build a better Arizona through volunteerism and service-learning.
Who Should Attend:
- Nonprofit organizations
- K-12 schools
- Higher education institutions,
- Youth development organizations
- Community service groups
- Faith-based organizations
- Citizen Corps programs
- Government agencies
- Service clubs
- Mentoring organizations
- Emergency response volunteers
- School groups
- National service programs and members
This unparalleled, statewide event will provide timely and important training and professional development experiences that will strengthen volunteer and service-learning efforts and inform about critical areas of need in Arizona through engaging plenary sessions, interactive workshops, innovative service experiences, exhibits, networking, and more.
New This Year – Youth Track
At this year’s Summit, the Governor’s Youth Commission will host a youth track to train and support Arizona youth and youth groups volunteer and service learning efforts and to promote the Semester of Service, MLK Day of Service, and Global Youth Service Day. Show up and demonstrate the power of youth in Arizona! The GYC will present great workshops , discussions and activities geared toward youth.