7th Annual
“Creating a Culture of Character” Conferencebanner1

The Character Council of Western New York is proud to offer the following Character-Centered Trainings for Student Leaders and Educators.

Do you have students wanting to be inspired by a
character-centered leadership experience? 

Then Be Our Guests! 

Join us for our Champions for CHANGE Youth Leadership Seminar – “Respect For All” 

Tuesday October 28th for High School Students in Grades 9-12
and
Wednesday October 29th for Middle School Students in Grades 6-8
Michael’s Banquet Facility
4885 Southwestern Blvd. Hamburg, NY

Speakers include:
“What Does Respect FEEL Like?”
Kevin and Becky Beers, The Hub

“What Does Respect SOUND Like?”
Mike Masters, CrossTraining Athletics

“What Does Respect ACT Like?”
Dennis George, The Quizmaster

“What Does Respect LOOK Like?”
Nels Ross, InJest

This is a free event for Teams of up to 4 Students and 1 Advisor
Additional guests are welcome for for $25 per guest

Seats are limited.  Register Today!

Download the Registration Form/Flyer here!

 

 

Educator’s Seminar

“Character…A Matter Of The Heart

Join us for this Character-Centered Seminar especially designed for Educators

Friday, November 21, 2014
9:00AM – 3:00 PM
Michael’s Banquet Facility
4885 Southwestern Blvd, Hamburg, NY

Keynote: 

Gene Miller,  Co-Founder & President of CITRS
“Journey to the Heart:
A Path to a Significant Life”
www.CITRS.org

Afternoon Workshops:

Nels Ross, InJest
“Building Character (and JOY) Into Education…
From the Heart

Mike Masters, CrossTraining Athletics
Leading From The Inside Out…
With a Heart of Integrity

Register 2 people, including 1 Administrator* and receive a 3rd Registration FREE!

Seats are limited  Register Today!
Special Early Bird Pricing and Member School Pricing until November 7th.
Click here t
o see if your school is a CCWNY Member School

Download the Registration Form/Flyer here!

* Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents,  District Level Coordinators/Directors, Principals, Assistant Principals

Co-Sponsored by Southtown Teachers’ Center