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Announcing the 31st Annual National Service-Learning Conference

Posted By Amy Meuers, Tuesday, September 3, 2019

The National Youth Leadership Council is honored to partner with Harry Hurst Middle School and St. Charles Parish Public Schools to bring you the 31st Annual National Service-Learning Conference, April 16 – 18, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

This year’s theme is Unmask Your Potential– it’s a call for educators and community members to join in partnership with students to make positive change in the world. The mission of the National Service-Learning Conference is to bring recognition to the contributions that young people are making to change the world and to help prepare them and their adult mentors in reaching their goals. The conference does this through learning, inspiration, and connection. Both youth and adults come out of the experience with the tools and resources, ideas and inspiration, to return home to improve their practice, their schools, and their communities.

The 31st annual conference will provide more than 60 hands-on learning opportunities through workshops, keynotes, and thought leader sessions. Topics range from social-emotional learning and civic education to youth leadership and international service-learning. The conference will conclude with a Day of Service in partnership with the Wetland Watchers Coastal Restoration Service-Learning Project of Louisiana. Whether you are new to service-learning or an experienced practitioner, this conference has something for you.

There are many ways for you to get involved in this year’s event by presenting and exhibiting to sponsoring and attending. Join us at the world’s largest gathering of service-learning leaders, educators, and change-makers for Unmask Your Potential!

Learn more and register today!

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