NCFL seeks adult learners to speak at the Families Learning Conference
The National Center for Families Learning is seeking student speakers for the Families Learning Conference to be held in Tucson, Arizona, October 9 – 11, 2017. Eligible speakers are fluent in English and must have
- attended a family literacy or family learning program that has a two-generational learning component and completed at least one or two years in the program and
- completed a minimum of three speaking engagements in their class/school, in front of local groups and/or local or state conferences with at least one of these groups having 50 – 100 attendees.
We are particularly interested in students who have a story to tell about how attending a family literacy/family learning program has changed their lives, who developed strategies for supporting their children’s academic development, have begun to accomplish some of their employment or vocational goals, and/or have developed supportive strategies to include their extended family. We would love to hear how through family literacy/family learning services, adult learners have found their way to economic and family success.
For more information and to submit a nomination, click here. The deadline to submit is Thursday, June 1, 2017.
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