Partner Spotlight: Student Scholarships for NCoC Annual Conference
Voices of students are essential in discussions of issues of concern to this country. In order to ensure appropriate representation of our nation’s young people, NCoC (The National Conference on Citizenship) is making scholarships available for its 2017 Annual Conference on Citizenship being held at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington, DC on October 19-20, 2017.
If you wish to access scholarships, please RSVP to Kristin Cotter at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to let her know how many scholarships you are requesting. She will contact you regarding the registration process. A timely response is important as scholarships will be awarded on a first come, first served basis.
With a focus on strengthening civic life in America, the conference will take an honest look at some of the critical issues facing communities today – from a dearth of civic learning, to the raging opiate epidemic, to the persistent opportunity gap confronting our nation’s students in marginalized communities. It is important for us to include students who are deeply committed to the civic health and renewal of our communities – or are interested in learning more about this possibility – and who recognize that the path forward must be taken together.
Click here to learn about the National Conference on Citizenship and the conference.