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Tennessee Conference on Volunteerism & Service-Learning

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2019 Conference Information:

 February 10-12, 2019 | Franklin Marriott Cool Springs.

Sunday will include the Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards  (ticketed event),  Student Track sessions, and registration will open. Monday will offer a full day of workshops and speakers. Tuesday will include a full morning of workshops, and then the conference will conclude after the lunchtime plenary.

The conference is still seeking showcase exhibits! Showcase exhibits will be given display space in the conference exhibit hall. If your school or organization practices service-learning, volunteerism, or has an innovative program that is meeting critical needs in your community, you are encouraged to apply to participate as a showcase. Submit a proposal here by November 9.

►Interested in becoming a conference sponsor or vendor?  Contact us at volunteer.tennessee@tn.gov for more information.

►Registration for the 2019 conference is now open.  Conference registration includes entry to workshops, showcases and exhibits, plenary speakers, a service project, and designated meals. Click here to register.

Registration Options Early Bird                                              (Until 1/7/19) After January 7
Adult Registration   $200.00 $250.00
Youth Registration (under the age of 25 and in school full-time)
$100.00 $150.00
AmeriCorps or Senior Corps Member
$100.00 $150.00
Corporate Social Responsibility Track  on February 11 (corporate/business attendees)
$150.00 $150.00
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What is the Tennessee Conference on Volunteerism and Service-Learning?

The ninth annual Tennessee Conference on Volunteerism and Service-Learning aims to increase service and volunteerism across Tennessee.  The conference will encourage service leaders and participants to collaborate to address needs in Tennessee while utilizing service as a vehicle for education and change.  We are challenging our participants to understand the impact of utilizing service as a vehicle for community change.

Our main audiences for the conference are all service leaders across Tennessee, including but not limited to:

  •  Non-Profit and Volunteer Management professionals
  • National Service Programs
  • Service-Learning Practitioners (P-16)- In partnership with the Tennessee Service-Learning Consortium (TN-SLC)  the conference includes a Higher Education Faculty Track for college and university participants committed to promoting active citizenship as an aim of higher education.
  • Government Leaders
  • Corporation/Businesses-On Monday, February 11 the conference will offer a day of Corporate Social Responsibility workshops for companies interested in community outreach, employee volunteerism, and other ways to improve social well-being.
  • Students- The conference will offer a Student Track on February 10 & 11 for youth to engage in conversations on volunteerism, service-learning, and community engagement.

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