2018 NASPA Annual Conference

NASPA LEAD Initiative: Moving Beyond the Basics – Utilizing Competencies, Skills, and Agency to Grow in Civic and Community Change

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Being an active civic and community engagement professional requires a specific set of skills and know-how which are often evolving to meet the needs of our communities. In order to best prepare individuals and campuses for this work, the NASPA LEAD Initiative and Campus Compact are partnering to share in the specialized cultivation of professionals in the Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement space. Participants attending this session can anticipate engaging in a self-assessment related to competencies in the field, developing a professional development plan, and identifying strategies to advocate for professionals seeking support for civic engagement learning.

Additional registration required

Sunday, March 4
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm


115 A
Pennsylvania Convention Center

Presented by

Stephanie Reynolds , Assistant Director for Knowledge Communities and CLDE Initiatives, NASPA
Jennifer Johnson Kebea , Executive Director, Lindy Center for Civic Engagement, Drexel University
Danielle Leek , Director of Professional Learning, Campus Compact