AzCCL co-sponsors A Day of Civic Action

National Conference on Citizenship

This year's National Conference on Citizenship is the first held outside of Washington, D.C.

You are invited to A Day of Civic Action on Thursday, September 22 at the Wyndham Phoenix Hotel.

The Arizona Center for Civic Leadership is sponsoring the Civic Insights Breakfast, the first event in a half-day schedule packed with new information, ideas, and strategies. The breakfast, which launches the day from 7:30-9:00 a.m., will feature a presentation of new insights on civic leadership from local and national research.

There is no charge for the Civic Insights Breakfast, though registration is required. The breakfast also sets the stage for the release of the second edition of the Arizona Civic Health Index, a report developed by the Arizona We Want Institute at the Center for the Future of Arizona.

Following the breakfast, an expert panel and the audience will discuss “Arizona’s civic moment, civic leadership, and citizen potential.” Capping the day will be the Arizona Town Hall Fall Luncheon.

A Day of Civic Action is presented in conjunction with the National Conference on Citizenship, which is being held in Arizona on September 22-23 with the theme “Redefining America’s Social Compact.” The Center for the Future of Arizona is the local sponsor of the high-profile national event.

A Day of Civic Action is collaboratively sponsored by the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership, Arizona Town Hall, Center for the Future of Arizona, and Valley Leadership.

Register for A Day of Civic Action

Register for the National Conference on Citizenship

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