Community Works Institute (CWI) —EVENTS REGISTRATION

Inspire Your Students, Transform Your Teaching

Summer EAST and WEST Institutes on Place, Service-Learning & Sustainability
Los Angeles, and Vermont
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"Transformative work! I will use this process and knowledge to change how our school gets students involved in their community. I found myself even more determined about the role that service-learning can have in our school.”
Vernita Vallez, Principal
Inter-American Magnet School, Chicago, Illinois

“This was the best Institute or conference that I have ever attended! I am newly inspired!

Terry Yamamoto-Edwards, Science Teacher
Punahou School, Honolulu,  Hawai

Special Early Bird Registration Rates!

REGISTRATION RATES (for both events)
January 1-March 31
• Winter Early Bird INDIVIDUAL: $1,089

Winter Early Bird TEAM: $989 (4 or more)

April 1-April 30
• Spring Early Bird INDIVIDUAL: $1,189

Spring Early Bird TEAM: $1,089 (4 or more)

• Regular Registration Rate: $1,289

–after early registration rates expire, if space remains

Who Should Attend
K-16 teachers and administrators, community based educators, program leaders of community focused projects. CWI Institutes are appropriate for beginning level to veteran practitioners of service-learning.
6 Month Payment Deferral Now Available
With organizational reimbursement often an issue, we have arranged for special terms with our payment partner PayPal allowing you to register for the Summer Institute with a 6 month no-interest payment option.

---INSTRUCTIONS: 1.Choose Summer EAST or WEST and complete the registration information; 2. You will then be directed to the PayPal payment page. 3. For your payment option select "PayPal Credit" NOTE: you must have, or create, a PayPal account to use this option. Just follow the simple process provided).
Questions? email or call CWI at 909.480.3966
“CWI gave me the opportunity to go deep in my understanding of service-learning and the way it can transform education. This Institute has given me a framework with which to return to my community with concrete ideas on how to implement service-learning.
Elizabeth Ferguson, High School Teacher
The Lawrenceville School, New Jersey

About Community Works Institute (CWI)
Our mission is to support K-16 and community educators in creating curriculum with place as the context, service-learning as the strategy, and sustainable communities as the goal. CWI is a non profit educational organization.
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Upcoming events

22 Jun 2015 8:00 AM (EDT) • Burlington, Vermont
06 Jul 2015 8:00 AM (PDT) • Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California


CWI's Summer EAST
Institute on Service-Learning
June 22-26, 2015

Burlington, Vermont   
[see special rates]

CWI's Summer WEST
Institute on Service-Learning
July 6-10, 2015

Los Angeles, California  
[see special rates]

Questions/Help? email l tel: 909.480.3966
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Dive Deep with Service-Learning
21st Century Skills
; Student Voice; Reciprocity; Science, School Gardens and Nutrition; Building School wide Support; Community Ethnography; Local History; Social Justice; The Arts; Reflection; Community Ethnography; Counter Mapping
; and more

“The Institute exceeded my expectations and fed my spirit in a way that will accelerate my impact. It offered a rare opportunity to connect to other educators and look at purpose and intention on a deeper level.”
Paula Cohen, Middle School Teacher
Los Angeles Unified School District

In addition to offering CWI's Summer EAST and WEST Institutes on Service-Learning, CWI also publishes an online magazine Community Works Journal, available at no cost to educators. CWI faculty members have worked with educators from across the U.S. and internationally. Visit CWI's web site or contact us for additional information on how CWI can support your work.

Community Works Institute (CWI) l PO Box 226968 l Los Angeles, CA l 90022
voice: 909.480.3966 l fax: 213.402.5220 l email:

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