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Building Foundations For A New Prosperity

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Building Foundations For A New Prosperity

Time: October 19, 2009 from 8am to 5:30pm
Location: Marriot Downtown - Hartford, CT
Street: 200 Columbus Blvd
City/Town: Hartford, CT
Website or Map: http://www.cafca.org/2009.Pro…
Phone: prosperingcommunities2009@cafca.org
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Connecticut Association For Community Action
Latest Activity: Sep 10, 2009

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Event Description

We Invite You To The 2009 Conference!

Activists, Advocates and Social Service providers have come together for the second year in a row to sponsor this exciting conference.

This year’s theme is “Building Foundations for a New Prosperity”. We invite you to join us in an engaging forum to learn innovative approaches, best practices and new ideas that address the issues of community and family security. Workshop tracks will include: workforce development, data analysis and usage, public policy, asset building and community leadership.

We invite you to join our cutting-edge presenters and organizations as together; we explore new ways to build stronger foundations for a new prosperity.

Last year nearly 400 community providers, advocates, and grassroots organizers strategized ways to create new opportunity for Connecticut families. We anticipate even more participants this year so we encourage you to register early and we look forward to seeing you there.


Registration Fee and Directions:

$99 per person

Includes continental breakfast and lunch.

Parking voucher also included if registration AND fee are received no later than

October 5, 2009

Workshop Tracks

Workforce Development
Data Analysis & Usage
Public Policy
Asset Building
Community Leadership

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