Arizona Summit on Volunteerism and Service-Learning

Venue: Central Arizona College

Location: Coolidge, Arizona, United States

Event Date/Time: Dec 03, 2010 End Date/Time: Dec 04, 2010
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Description

Join us December 3-4, 2010, for the Arizona Summit on Volunteerism and Service-Learning.



The call for session proposals will be going out soon, and registration will be available September 13th.



Mission

Provide an opportunity for volunteer and service-learning leaders of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to inspire, energize and mobilize volunteer and service learning practitioners to further develop and foster their skills and to better serve Arizona’s real community needs through collaborative effort.



Vision

Build a better Arizona through volunteerism and service-learning.



Description

The inaugural Arizona Summit on Volunteerism and Service-Learning is the only conference of its kind in Arizona and is the result of the collaborative efforts of individuals and organizations across our great state. This Summit seeks to bring together leaders and practitioners of volunteerism and service-learning that include community and faith-based, K-12 schools, higher education, youth development organizations, community service groups, corporate/business, and government agencies interested in building a better Arizona through volunteerism and service learning. This unparalleled conference will provide important training and professional development 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, specialized tracks and more.



Who should attend

Representatives from community and faith-based, K-12 schools, higher education, youth development organizations, community service groups, corporate/business, and government agencies.



Date & Location

Friday, December 3, 2010 and Saturday, December 4, 2010

Central Arizona College, Coolidge, Arizona



Summit Collaborative Leadership Team

Arizona Department of Education

Arizona Interfaith Movement

Arizona State University – Service Learning

Arizona Volunteer Management

Central Arizona College

Communities in Schools

Corporation for National and Community Service

Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism

Governor’s Office for Children, Youth and Families

Governor’s Youth Commission

KTVK 3TV

Learn and Serve Arizona

Mesa Community College – Center for Service Learning

Western Arizona Council of Governments

Venue

8470 N. Overfield Road
Coolidge
Arizona
United States
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Additional Information

Registration is $25.

CALL FOR PRESENTERS
Are you an expert in the field of volunteerism or service-learning? Do you have expertise in a specific area of volunteer administration, resource development, youth development, corporate/business volunteerism, or other subject you would like to share with Arizona’s volunteer and service-learning community? Please consider sharing your knowledge, expertise and/or best practices with others at the inaugural Arizona Summit on Volunteerism and Service-Learning. Please visit the Summit website at www.azsummit.org.
This year’s theme is “Inspire. Energize. Mobilize.”
The summit will explore and expand knowledge and skills to further establish, cultivate and enhance volunteer and service-learning efforts across Arizona for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.
The summit program committee is now accepting proposals for workshops that will be held on December 3-4, 2010 at Central Arizona College located in Coolidge.
The deadline for submission of proposals is Wednesday, October 6, 2010. Please see workshop guidelines and proposal outlines by visiting our website at www.azsummit.org/session-proposal.
Join us as presenters in beautiful Coolidge, Arizona where the conditions are perfect to “Inspire. Energize. Mobilize.”
For questions or for more information, please contact Ashley Miles by phone at (602) 542-3495 or by email at amiles@az.gov.

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