IMPACT conference participants

What is the IMPACT Conference?

The IMPACT Conference is a national conference bringing together college students, non-profit professionals, campus administrators, and teams of service members to share experiences, stories, and resources in their work for social change. Each year IMPACT hosts a robust group of workshop presenters to share their extensive knowledge and experience with our attendees. This year, the University of Dayton is hosting the conference during our Spring Break (March 1-4, 2018).

IMPACT will feature great keynote speakers including Enrique Morones (immigration issues), Rob Scheer (foster care), and London Coe (human trafficking and fair trade), powerful panel presentations on food insecurity, water, etc., and over 100 workshops on topics like:

  • Action & Advocacy
  • Administrators
  • Alternative Spring Break
  • Community-Building
  • Community Partnerships
  • Community Service Programs
  • International
  • Leadership Skills
  • Post-Collegiate Experience
  • Professional Development
  • Service Learning
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Social Issues
  • Social Justice
  • Social Media & Technology
  • Spirituality & Faith
  • Sustainability
  • Trends & Research
  • Volunteer Management
  • Year of Service

How do I register?

The first 40 University of Dayton students get a very discounted rate! But you must contact Nick Cardilino to get the code before you register. Codes are going quickly, so don't wait! After you get the code, go to www.impactconference.org and sign up.

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Contact us

Campus Ministry's Center for Social Concern

Liberty Hall 107 
300 College Park Ave. 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0408

937.229.2524