ASU CSW/SC 2012 Professional Development Conference
8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Conferences will be held on all campuses
CSW/SC PDC 2012 Conference Schedule 

The conference is open to all ASU faculty, staff and students and completely free of charge.

The goal of the CSW/SC Professional Development Conference is to provide readily accessible information, resources and strategies to help individuals succeed in their current position and in their long-term career. Last year, over 800 people participated in the event and this year promises to be even bigger with over 45 workshop sessions and events.

Each campus will offer an exciting variety of one-hour workshop sessions and special lunch events. We have some exciting new additions as well including more career development sessions, more leadership development sessions, more supervisory training sessions, special two-hour workshop sessions and more seat availability at Tempe campus.  It promises to be a fantastic event with something for everyone!

Conference attendees can stay for the whole day–or just attend a single session.  Save the date for this exciting event and make accommodations with your unit to attend.  Per SPP 601, supervisors and employees are encouraged to work together to identify reasonable work modifications to allow the employee to attend conference workshops, without negatively impacting service.

Registration for the CSW/SC Professional Development Conference will open in early August.  Seating is limited and tends to fill up quickly.

Members of the CSW listserv will be given first access to registration information.  To sign up for the list email “Join CSW” to asucsw@asu.edu or to Karen Engler, CSW Coordinator Sr. at Karen.Engler@asu.edu

Questions?  Please contact the CSW office at asucsw@asu.edu or visit the CSW website at www.asu.edu/csw.

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