The LET US DREAM annual community conference was first conducted in 2017 at Louisiana Tech University. The purpose of this conference was to provide a forum for professionals, scholars, researchers, and post-secondary students to share experiences, challenges, and achievements in their respective efforts towards community improvement. The 2017 conference was a great success, featuring prominent keynote speakers, three separate panel discussions–Education, Health and Social Service—and numerous organizational table presentations. Approximately 200 people attended the conference.
“Empowered local communities for sustainable impact and improvement.” Our Vision is to Empowered local communities for sustainable impact, improvement, Global Harmony (and Holistic Success).
The Let Us Dream Conference was established in 2017 for the purpose of providing a forum for sharing experiences with successes and challenges in community improvement organizations and efforts. Broad conference goals are to
- Improve networking and collaboration among all those interested in community improvement organizations and programs.
- Promote volunteerism and empower all those involved in community improvement organizations and initiatives, including employees, volunteers, post-secondary students, researchers, and practitioners.
- Create a professional learning organization dedicated to improving local communities and characterized by a culture of shared researcher and practitioner knowledge, skills, theories, and best practices.