The 2014 sessions are coming online! Click here
to see samples of last year's sessions. Each session will give you practical suggestions about what you can do to successfully move your issue forward.
Thanks to generous contributors to the Keystone Progress Education
Fund, an affiliate of Summit host Keystone Progress, we are able to offer scholarships for the 2013 Summit to 75 qualified applicants. Special thanks to the Tabachnick Family Foundation.
Scholarships are intended for those who
otherwise could not afford to attend, including:
- Unemployed people
- Young people (under 25), especially students
- People with limited income
If you fall into any of these categories and want to attend
the Summit, here’s how you can qualify:
- Fill out the application here, explaining why you need a scholarship
- Include your name, street address, phone and
- Pay a minimum $25 registration fee
Parties and other fun stuff!