Louisiana Tech-University, Louisiana

 

Annual Community Conference

History:

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.

Volunteers from the local community including business owners involved in voluntary community developmental projects, non-profit organizations, philanthropists, social workers, educators or educational administrators, retired personnel, students, or anyone interested in contributing to their community development can be a part of the conference and engage in fruitful dialogues with visionaries through the conference.

Vision:

Empowering the local community initiatives for creating a global impact.

Mission:

  • It provides a platform for the local community change-makers to share their experiential knowledge thereby encouraging new change-makers to emerge.
  • It provides the individuals an opportunity to network and collaborate with visionary leaders who contribute to community development initiatives.
  • To maintain a forum for a constructive dialogue on community challenges and come up with need-based optimal solutions.

Leadership:

Dr. Paulilne : [email protected] 

Upcoming Conference Co-Chair Committee 

Louisiana – Upcoming Conferences

Conference Theme

Date & Location 

Committee members

Conference Broucher

Community Interventions & Improvement

OCT – 12 – 2018

Monroe

Louisiana Tech University

 

Committee members:

Prashanth Yempati

Manoj Thomas

Joseph

Daniel

Jose

Shibu

 

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