Are you an expert in the field of Volunteerism, Civic Engagement or Service-Learning willing to share your talent and expertise with our field at the 2018 Arizona Summit on Volunteerism & Civic Engagement Dec. 6 and 7, 2018 at ASU West Campus in Glendale, Ariz.?
• Best and/or promising practices
• Great tools and resources
• Tracking of volunteer/student outputs and outcomes
• Program administration or development
• Conducting outreach to sustain ongoing engagement
• Adept at cultivating program advocates
• Matching volunteers/students to the right positions and providing effective training for their roles and to work with each other
• Implementing supportive technology
• Effectively communicating and sharing impact
• Building partnerships to increase community engagement and reach
The Summit provides an opportunity for leaders and representatives of Arizona’s Volunteer, Civic Engagement and Service-Learning communities to further develop and foster their skills to better serve Arizona.
In 2017, the Summit was attended by over 540 community leaders, educators, young people, businesses/corporations, foundations, and other professional.
Workshop Presenter Request for Proposal
Proposals are sought that will engage volunteers, volunteer managers, service-learning practitioners, public and private educational institutions, civic education groups, youth groups, government agencies, non-profits, youth groups, community and faith-based groups, National Service Members, citizen corps groups, service clubs, corporation and business leaders in preparing for a new age of volunteerism, civic engagement and service-learning in our communities.
Workshops will be 75 minutes long and attended by 30-70 participants.
Workshop Presenter RFP deadline for submission – September 1, 2018
Exhibit Hall Request for Proposal
The Exhibit Hall will again be a vital part of the Summit on Volunteerism and Civic Engagement. It gives participants the opportunity to engage face to face and learn about initiatives, organizations, services and products available to the volunteer, civic engagement and service-learning community.
The Summit seeks exhibitor proposals that will share information and provide opportunities for participants who will be interested in learning about service, new tools and techniques, trainings and other professional development opportunities, learning about development and fund-raising, etc.
Exhibitor activities may include providing organizational/issue related information, recruiting volunteers, advocating for your organization/cause, products to sell that would be of specific interest to our audience, providing give-aways/marketing materials, facilitating tabletop activities or games, drawings or raffles, and offering program flyers and brochures, catalogs, order forms, materials and/or publications.
Exhibit Hall RFP deadline for submission – November 1, 2018
Past Sponsors and Exhibitors:
ASU Lodestar Center for Nonprofit Innovation, ASU Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, University Service Learning, Arizona Commission on African American Affairs, Arizona Department of Education, AmeriCorps, AVACA – Association for Volunteer Administrators of Central Arizona, Celebrate Volunteers, Changemaker Central at ASU, Civic Service Institute @ NAU, Comcast – Tucson Cox, Tucson Corporation for National and Community Service, Dreamcatchers, Harkins Theatres, Fox 11 – KMSB Tucson, Grand Canyon University, Head, Heart and Hands Engagement Collective, Mesa Community College, Up to Us, Peace Corps, Points of Light Institute, Public Allies Arizona.
Red Balloon, Southern Arizona Volunteer Management Association (SAVMA), SRP, United Way of Mesa, United Way of Pinal County, Salvation Army, Senior Corps, The Be ONE Project, The Volunteer Center at the United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, United Food Bank, Valley of the Sun United Way, Wholonomy Consulting.