What: 8th Annual Do So Much Weekend
When: January 26th, 2013
Where: University of Guelph, Rozanski Hall
Do So Much Weekend is a FREE one-day conference that takes place annually at the University of Guelph. 2013 is the year of “Growing Capacity for Change.” This year students will come together for networking, inspiration and capacity building with a focus on creative, innovative and collaborative action! Students will branch out and connect with like-minded individuals in order to grow a stronger community that dedicated to positive change!
This year we will be joined by Dave Meslin, Heather Jarvis, Brigette DePape and many other renowned change makers! These three individuals will be speaking on an Opening Panel which will launch the conference. This part of the event is free and open to the public.
Day of registration is possible, however advanced registration for the whole conference is recommended as spots are filling up quick.
If you have any questions, please e-mail [email protected] or visit our office in Raithby House by the cannon!
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