A CHANGING WORLD: SIFTING THROUGH THE CLUTTER FEBRUARY 23 – 24, 2013
Join service-minded student leaders, visionaries, and activists from across Oregon for a weekend retreat conference where you will learn how to ‘Sift Through the Clutter’ of modern society, navigate new technology, connect in a multicultural landscape, and positively affect change in your local and global communities.
Registation: Click here to register. Registration will close Friday, Feb. 15th at midnight.
“Bring 3, get in free!” – Get three friends to register and get your registration for free! Email email@example.com for details.
When: Saturday, Feb. 23rd at 11am – Sunday, Feb 24th at 4pm Where:Camp Harlow – Eugene, Oregon Who: College students from across Oregon Questions? Contact Tina Shantz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503.406.3571.
The 2013 ORCC conference will bring together college students from across Oregon for an unforgettable weekend. Students will have the opportunity to attend several different workshops that offer a unique view on leadership, intercultural communication, technology and social media, visioning, and more! Sessions are designed to support students new to these areas as well as those quite familiar with the topics. There will also be time for students to meet one another and find ways to collaborate across campuses.
Workshop presenters and titles will be announced soon – stay tuned!
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