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6th Annual CRC Staff Conference
Digital Teaching and Learning - 6th Annual CRC Staff Conference

We are excited to offer this conference once again and are happy to announce that it will be back in person. This training is geared towards staff who consider themselves early in their higher education career and would like to grow their skills and knowledge relative to their position at their CRC Institution.

Cooperating Raleigh Colleges (CRC) invites you to join us for this professional development event with other staff who would like to grow their skills and knowledge relative to their work at their CRC institution. Registration is FREE for CRC institution staff.


Deadline to Submit: May 15, 2022

This training is for staff and the tag line this year is empowering your vision while embracing your passion.

Session Structure

There be around 30 people maximum per session. Seating will be classroom style with tables. Computer labs are available if needed.

Selection Criteria

Proposals will be evaluated by the CRC Staff Workshop Planning Committee, and will be selected based on suitability for the target audience, clarity, quality, and representation among institutions. We encourage people at all points in their careers who are using their knowledge to improve their institutions effectiveness to submit a proposal.

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