The 2018 Regional Neighborhood Network Conference (RNNC) coming in less than six months in Dayton, OH, from October 4-6, 2018.
Workshop presenters are needed. Information is below about the workshops and access to the application is provided.
If you would like to present a workshop that can help attendees improve their neighborhoods and communities, please complete the form at the link below.
Although the tracks (Education, Leadership, Health, and Wealth) are confirmed, organizers are happy to consider workshop concepts that fall outside these categories if they fit the theme of Unique and United: Crossing Barriers, Building Communities.
The 2018 Conference Tracts are:
INTERESTED IN PRESENTING A WORKSHOP?
The deadline to submit RNNC 2018 Workshop Applications is Friday, May 11, 2018.
Applications can be mailed to:
City of Dayton,
Planning and Community Development Department
Attn: RNNC Workshop Application
101 W. 3rd St
Dayton, OH 45402
emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mark Riley at firstname.lastname@example.org or (937) 333-4809.
REGISTER FOR THE 2018 RNNC
The Regional Neighborhood Network Conference (RNNC) is an inspiring three-day event hosted each year by one of 20+ Midwestern cities and 5 States: Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Kentucky and Tennessee.
It’s a place where volunteers, corporations, governments, and community leaders gather to learn from each other and gain valuable ideas to help transform their own community.
It features a wide variety of workshops about state of the art approaches to neighborhood improvement, presentations by experts and leaders in urban and neighborhood development, and lots of fun, food, and entertainment!
The RNNC is a place where community leaders and volunteers gather to exchange information with one another in order to gain valuable ideas to take back and help improve or transform their own communities.
Attendees may be representatives of these or other groups from their communities:
- Nonprofit organizations with a mission to build resilient families and vibrant communities
- Local units of government (municipal and county) responsible for community development, economic development and planning
- Financial and investment institutions committed to community reinvestment
- Allies in philanthropy
- Real estate developers and agents
- Social entrepreneurs
- Public housing authorities
- Neighborhood and Community leaders and volunteers
- Mayors, Councilpersons, and Department Heads