The IARSLCE depends upon contributions to support association activities. These valuable contributions help make the IARSLCE successful. We would like to invite your organization to contribute!
As a sponsor, your logo will appear on the IARSLCE website and on a variety of printed materials and signage at our conference, depending on sponsorship level. Sponsors are also invited to request space to exhibit their programs during the conference at no cost. We ask that your institution contribute as a public commitment to both deepening your institution’s connection with service-learning and civic engagement.
If your institution would like to sponsor the 2011 International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement Annual Conference, please complete the online form by August 31, 2011.
Contact the IARSCLE at firstname.lastname@example.org or (504) 862-3366 for more details.
Sponsorship Levels & Benefits
Advocates may elect to be designated as the exclusive host of a keynote speaker (up to three available), an exclusive host of a full-day preconference session, or a co-host of a program track or meal.
Thank you to our Benefactor Level Sponsor: Campus Compact and NobleHour
Benefactors may elect to be designated as the exclusive host of a ½ day preconference session or a co-host of a keynote speaker or the opening reception.
Thank you to our Supporter Level Sponsors: American Association of Community Colleges, Lyon Software, New England Resource Center for Higher Education, PHC Ventures, Tulane University, Information Age Publishing
Supporters may elect to be designated as the host of a featured presentation, a refreshments break, or two graduate student scholarships. Note: Featured presentations are part of a special track in which speakers are selected by invitation, are large sessions (75-100) and run alongside only 2-3 other featured presentations.
Friends will receive recognition in conference program and on conference website.
Sponsor or Donate!
Your support helps to promote community engagement as an active learning strategy across the globe.
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