ENGAGE

The Conference of Leadership for Change

March 1, 2014

Registration Ends February 19th!

Workshop Breakout Sessions

We have several great workshops being offered during four breakout sessions during the day! It's not too late to apply to present a workshop! Workshops are being categorized as follows:


  • Leadership skill-building and development
  • Community organizing and grassroots networking
  • Advocacy & public policy
  • Faith-based leadership & serving the community
  • Leadership of Self: Examining privilege, bias, diversity, and exploring identity
  • Social Justice issues (such as hunger, poverty, the environment, modern slavery, public health, etc.)


Some workshops will fall under multiple categories and we welcome that! Can you contribute to the conversation? Please apply to present a workshop today!

Workshop Highlights

We are excited to highlight some of the workshops being offered during the conference:


  • Planning a Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week: Michael Stoops, Director of Community Organizing, National Coalition for the Homeless


  • Health Disparities in Poverty: Idress M. Gooden, Adolescent Health Director, RESA 7


  • Homeless/Low Income Vote 2014: Michael Stoops, Director of Community Organizing, National Coalition for the Homeless


  • Explore Your Strengths: Katie Loudin, Coordinator of Outreach & Leadership Development, West Virginia Wesleyan College


  • Preventing Burnout in a Life of Service: Rev. Alicia Randolph Rapking, Director, Upshur Parish House


  • Modern Day Slavery in the United States: Angela Pittinger, WE LEAD Social Justice Issue Team Leader, West Virginia Wesleyan College


  • Homelessness & Civil Rights: Michael Stoops & Panel Guest Speakers, Director of Community Organizing, National Coalition for the Homeless


  • Launching a Co-curricular Leadership Certificate Program: Jessica Wagner, Leadership and Service Program Assistant, West Virginia Wesleyan College
REGISTER TODAY!

Registration ends on February 19th! Don't wait!