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2014 Annual Conference on Citizenship

October 10th, 2014 in Washington, DC

July 1, 2014
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The 2014 Annual Conference on Citizenship will take place on October 10th in Washington, DC. The event is hosted with American University’s School of Public Affairs at the Katzen Arts Center - a natural fit given the university’s commitment to service and citizenship. This year’s Conference theme is “Connect. Empower. Act.” In this in-depth, strategy-building event, our community of civic thinkers and leaders will inspire each other by sharing information, tools, and resources that empower action and strengthen our country.

The goal of this event is to broadly inspire active citizenship, and facilitate the peer-learning of strategies to increase active citizenship in America. Exciting and informative Learning Summits are being convened in partnership with the Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools, the Franklin Project, and Points of Light. Through the discussion of successes, challenges, and opportunities, this year’s Conference will help participants carry a revitalized sense of purpose moving forward.

The Conference will serve as a platform to release research, facilitate discussion, support networking, spread information, and identify the best civic practices occurring nationwide.

2014 Annual Conference Sponsors

Who should attend:
2014 Annual Conference Registrant List

NCoC's Annual Conference draws civic leaders from across the country representing all sectors and each branch of government.

This includes:
•Nonprofit executives and senior staff
•Corporate citizenship leaders and staff
•Foundation program officers and executives
•Government leaders and staff (state, local, and national)
•University faculty and staff
•Civic educators and practitioners
•Social entrepreneurs and civic innovators
•Media and public affairs officials focused on civic issues

Event Details
The price for a full day attendee is $75 and morning-only (9:00 AM - 1:00 PM) is $35.

Thanks to the generous support from KPMG, LLP and Michael & Julie Weiser registration scholarships are being provided to students who wish to attend the Conference.

The registration fee covers everything associated with participation at the Conference –– access to all programming, materials, and networking opportunities, meals, and coffee and tea service.

Full day Conference registration provides:

-Access to 1 full day (9:00a - 5:00p) of programming and networking including focused, in-depth learning summits, panel discussions, and high-level speakers
-Breakfast, lunch, happy hour, and coffee and tea service

Morning only Conference registration provides:

Access to 1/2 day (9:00a - 1:00p) of programming and networking, which includes engaging panel discussions and hearing from high-level speakers
-Breakfast and lunch

Shuttle Service
Shuttle service will be provided to and from the Coutyard Chevy Chase, as well as from the Tenleytown metro to American University’s campus. Parking is available on campus.

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By Eric Federing at 12:10 PM on Sep 3rd, 2014
KPMG is once again delighted to be a sponsor of the annual National Conference on Citizenship. This is the second year we've enabled Conference scholarships. You can learn more about our commitment to corporate citizenship at
By Dr Richard Lodish at 5:20 PM on Oct 3rd, 2014
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