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Submit Workshop Proposals, Pre-Register for CWLA's 2009 National Conference

7/9/2008:   CWLA is heading in exciting new directions that will improve children's lives. During the next year, our nation will elect a new President, and CWLA will continue to lead the call for a White House Conference on Children and Youth in 2010. Our national 2009 conference, Children Today...America's Future, February 23-25, 2009, will set the stage for the important work to be done in 2009 to make the well-being of our children a top priority.

Workshop proposals are being accepted through July 31. The selection process is highly competitive. Learn more about the focus areas, and submit your proposal online today!

This year, for the first time, you can pre-register at the lower 2008 conference rates. Lock in a lower rate and save until October 10! After that, the higher, 2009 rates will kick in. When you pre-register online, simply provide your name, agency, and contact information, pay, and you're all set. This fall, we'll email you reminders when it's time to return to our website and complete the registration process by selecting which workshops, meal functions, pre- and post-conference sessions, and other events you'll be attending.

Now's your opportunity to be a part of America's premier conference for those who work with on for children and families. If you attend only one conference in 2009, this should be the one.

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