Thrive: The Power of Community
Join us in 2020 for our 35th Annual National Conference
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February 9 – 12 | Washington, DC
About The Corps Network National Conference
The Corps Network National Conference is an annual gathering of national, state, and local leaders in the fields of workforce development, community service, and conservation. Attendees include approximately 200 Directors and senior staff from Service and Conservation Corps across the country; officials from federal agencies; representatives from philanthropic foundations; and friends and supporters of the Corps movement.
About our 2020 National Conference
Thrive: The Power of Community
DATE: February 9 – 12, 2020
LOCATION: Washington, DC – Washington Marriott at Metro Center
We invite you to celebrate the importance of community at The Corps Network’s 35th Annual National Conference. America’s Service and Conservation Corps support many kinds of communities. There is a sense of community among the young people we engage; within the towns and cities we serve; and throughout the lands and waters we maintain and improve. Healthy communities – whether represented through the bonds between crew members or through the innumerable interactions within an ecosystem – are essential to our health as people and organizations.
At “Thrive,” we will examine the power our communities possess; the global and local threats our communities face; and ways we can engage young adults authentically to sustain community health through service. Take part as we move beyond a place of resilience to a place where we can thrive.
The Corps Network invites you to support Thrive, our 35th annual National Conference. As a sponsor, your organization will have multiple opportunities to share your message and promote your brand with professionals who are passionate about workforce development, education, and the stewardship of our public lands and communities.
Thrive will include more than two full days of workshops led by our partners, members Corps, and others in the fields of resource management, workforce development, youth development, and education. Do you have an idea you want to present at The Corps Network National Conference? We want to hear from you!
- Workshop Proposal Form
Due November 1, 2019
If there are topics you want to see presented at the Conference, but you are not interested in presenting on the topic, please reach out to Bobby Tillett with your suggestions.
The Corps Network National Conference offers an opportunity to celebrate extraordinary people and programs in the Corps community. The nomination period for our 2020 awards was November 1. Winners will be announced in December 2019. Questions about awards can be directed to Hannah Traverse, [email protected].
2020 Corpsmember of the Year
2020 Project of the Year
21CSC Champion of the Year, 2020
Celebrating the partners who help make Service and Conservation Corps successful
(nominations were due October 24, 2019).
The Corps Network National Conference will be at a new venue in 2020. Thrive will take place at the Washington Marriott at Metro Center, located at 775 12th St NW, Washington, DC 20005.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for
The Corps Network 2019 National Conference
February 10 – 13, 2019 | Washington, DC
About the 2019 Conference
Washington, DC, The Fairmont Hotel
America’s Service and Conservation Corps build resilient communities and people. Every day, Corps help make habitats healthier, infrastructure stronger, cities more sustainable, homes more efficient, and landscapes more resistant to the effects of natural disasters. In the process of completing important projects across the country, Corps help thousands of young adults gain the certifications, confidence, and work-readiness skills to succeed in their personal and professional lives. With a history spanning over 80 years, the Corps community itself is resilient, adapting to meet the changing needs and priorities of our country. At “Resilience,” we will explore how, through partnerships and creative thinking, Corps can continue to embody and project the ability to withstand, recover, and grow.