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2013 National Conference on Citizenship

September 19-20, Washington, D.C.

May 31, 2013
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The 2013 National Conference on Citizenship will be held September 19–20 at the U.S. Institute of Peace located at 2301 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20037.

Download the Conference program here.

Please arrive at the Conference 15 minutes early to allow for security

To view the Conference livesteam click here.

The theme for this year's conference is “America's Charter: Past, Present, and Future.” This year, NCoC celebrates the 60th anniversary of our Congressional charter, which charged us to explore the meaning of and find ways to increase active citizenship in America. The event and this celebration will help participants understand the significance of where we've been as a country, the civic reawakening we are experiencing now, and how we carry this revitalized sense of purpose forward.

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Schedule At–A–Glance:

September 19: 4–8:30 p.m.: Afternoon Plenary, Dinner Reception, Awards Presentation

September 20, 8 a.m.–3 p.m.: Breakfast plenary, Issue–Focused Learning Summits, Luncheon Plenary, Naturalization Ceremony
(facilitated in partnership with Citizenship Counts)

Confirmed Speakers:

The Honorable Tom Davis , Former Representative of Virginia and Director of Federal Government Affairs, Deloitte & Touche LLP; Christopher T. Gates , Executive Director of PACE (Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement); The Honorable Bob Graham , Former Senator and Governor of Florida; Alfred Morris , Running Back, Washington Redskins; The Honorable Richard W. Roberts , Judge, U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia; David Rubenstein , Co–Founder and Co–CEO, The Carlyle Group

Who Should Attend:

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
See the current attendee list.

Registration:

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The price for an individual attendee is $175. An organization may send additional representatives for a discounted rate of $125 per person. Attendees may round–up their registration with an additional donation and receive one copy of a book of their choosing at the door (while supplies last). The registration fee covers everything associated with participation at the conference–– access to all programming, materials, and networking opportunities for both days, all meals (including bar service for the Thursday reception), and continous coffee and tea service.

Prospective attendees for whom this registration fee presents a hardship may contact Conference@NCoC.net regarding their circumstances. A limited number of registration scholarships are available for nonprofits and students thanks to generous support provided by KPMG, LLP.

Complimentary copies of "CITIZENSHIP: What Every American Needs to Know" have been provided for all attendees through the generosity of StarGroup International.



Hotel:

Courtyard Marriott, Washington, DC/Foggy Bottom
515 20th Street NW
Washington, District of Columbia, 20006
Phone: 1-202-296-5700

Conference Special: Reserve a King Room with Sofabed at $189.00 per night. Special rate available until August 22, 2013. Click here to make your reservation online with the code NCONCOA. You can reserve by phone at 1-888-236-2427. Ask for the National Conference on Citizenship Room Block at the Courtyard Washington DC Foggy Bottom/GWU.


Webcast:

For the fifth year, the Conference will be streamed live at NCoC.net/live and online viewers will be able to submit questions and comments via Twitter using the hashtag #NCoC.

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By sam texas at 2:29 PM on Jun 9th, 2013
we are proud of ur org.
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