2017 Volunteer Interest Form
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the YEP-DC's 5th Annual Policy to Practice Conference, “Catalyzing Change from the Bottom Up" committee!

The Conference will take place on Saturday, May 6th, on the heels of Teacher Appreciation Week, at KIPP College Prep in Washington, DC. Completing this brief form confirms your interest in being a conference volunteer and will place you on a subcommittee aligned to your skills and interests.

Please reach out to Paige del Rio, Conference Chair, with any questions at paige.delrio@gmail.com.

First Name *
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Last Name *
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Email *
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Phone Number *
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Company/Organization/School *
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Please list some of the skills you could bring to the work of executing this year's Policy to Practice Conference *
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Please select your 1st sub-committee choice *
Facilitator Committee reviews the session proposals and decides where they should go in the schedule; Outreach Committee reaches out to groups so they can share the details of the conference and participate; and Development Committee works to get donations and sponsors for the conference.
Please select your 2nd sub-committee choice *
Facilitator Committee reviews the session proposals and decides where they should go in the schedule; Outreach Committee reaches out to groups so they can share the details of the conference and participate; and Development Committee works to get donations and sponsors for the conference.
We will begin to meet weekly starting the week of March 13th - please rank your preferences for a day to meet *
*** Please note we have already started to meet weekly on Tuesdays from 6pm-7:30pm, alternating between virtual and in-person meetings ***
6pm Mondays
6pm Tuesdays
6pm Wednesdays
6pm Thursdays
12:30pm Saturdays
12:30pm Sundays
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I confirm that I am able to attend the full conference scheduled for May 6th *
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How'd you hear about this opportunity? *
Anything else you'd like us to know?
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