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Our Interest Groups and Roundtables invite members to convene around interest areas to explore shared issues.
Over time, more groups will be added based on need and motivation. If you are interested in forming a new group, contact Ken Cole or call (212) 268-3337 ext. 18.
Each year at the national conference, the collegiate divisional interest group addresses one topic, and information from that roundtable is added to the ongoing collection of resources. Throughout the year, additional information may be collected through phone conferences and the National Guild's Member Forum.
The project has been ongoing since 2010. Topics covered so for include: online registration and classroom management solutions; partnering with your parent institution; recruiting and retaining strong faculty; raising the financial and human resources need to succeed; financial relationship to your parent institution; leadership issues related to being a divisional school; and faculty and academic issues related to being a divisional school. These resources are available to members only.
The Arts-Based Youth Development Interest Group is currently in development. The formation of the group began at the 2012 Conference for Community Arts Education and emerged from the Guild's Engaging Adolescents Initiative. Members of the working group have been directly involved in either the Engaging Adolescents Instititue or our publication, Engaging Adolescents: Youth Participation in the Arts. The working group is currently in the process of developing this year's agenda, which will be shared more broadly with Guild membership.
Roundtables convene annually at the Conference for Community Arts Education. Each year, a new chair is selected and works with an advisory group to determine topics to address at the Conference.
If you plan on attending the 76th annual Conference for Community Arts Education (Oct 30 - Nov 2, 2013, Chicago, IL) and would like to be involved in an advisory group, please contact Ariana Schrier, member engagement coordinator, at (212) 268-3337 x13.
October 30 - November 2, 2013, Chicago, IL
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