2011 USOC Paralympic Leadership Conference

Registration now for the 2011 USOC Paralympic Leadership Conference—April 29th through May 2nd in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Attend the fourth annual USOC Paralympic Leadership Conference and learn alongside other leaders like you, in workshops led by top professionals in the Paralympic movement from across the country.
Interactive and innovative workshops provide hands-on sports experience and best practice techniques. Key areas of focus will include Participant Recruitment & Retention, Fundraising, Marketing, Military & Veteran Issues, and Leadership Development. And the networking opportunities are unmatched. You won’t want to miss out!  Special sessions are offered specifically for organizations that work with military members with physical injuries and open conference sessions offer tips and insight into how to incorporate service members into your ongoing community programs. A pre-conference session dedicated to Paralympic Sport Club partners will be held on Friday, April 29, titled “Elevate in ’11: Build on Your Benefits.”  This will allow Paralympic Sport Club leaders from across the country the opportunity to network with another and learn how they can fully access and leverage the benefits of being a Paralympic Sport Club. Attendance at this session is by invitation only.

For more information or to register please visit http://usparalympics.org/community-programs/usoc-paralympic-leadership-conference.

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