Frequently Asked Questions
When and Where is the conference?
The Learning Session will be held in Denver, Colorado from Monday, October 21 to Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at the Hilton Denver City Center. More information on lodging and booking can be found here.
Who should attend?
We recommend bringing 4-8 team members from your community, with 8 being a firm cap. Teams with fewer than four attendees often lack critical perspective, which can stall discussion.
Teams with more than eight members often have trouble maintaining focus when planning together as a team. Due to space limitations, eight will be a firm cap for teams at this Learning Session. If you'd like help planning whom to bring, please reach out to your coach!
In terms of who should attend, start with your team lead and your data lead. For descriptions of those roles, click here. To fill out the rest of your team, remember that the main theme for this Learning Session will be community case conferencing, so consider filling out your team with some additional folks who attend community case conferencing meetings.
Finally, it’s helpful for there to be some continuity between Learning Sessions. A Learning Session can be a good way to engage new team members, but you should also have strong representation from team members who have attended in the past, especially your team lead and data lead.
If you’d like some additional guidance deciding who should attend, your coach is happy to help!
What is the suggested attire?
Smart Casual and Comfortable
WHEN WILL THE AGENDA BE AVAILABLE?
A general schedule can be found here. A more detailed agenda will be available in the weeks leading up to the event.
Are stipends available?
Yes! We’re still working out the details, but if you are interested in applying for travel assistance, please fill out this form. Please note that we provide stipends to community teams and not to individuals or specific organizations. If you fill out this form, we will assume that you are applying on behalf of your full team.
What if I'm a Last Mile or Zero for All community?
There will be dedicated sessions for Last Mile and Zero for All communities taking place 1:00-4:00 on Wednesday October 23rd. Please plan your travel accordingly. With questions about Last Mile, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For Zero for All, please contact email@example.com.
Does Community Solutions offer CEUs for attending this conference?
As of now, there are no CEUs provided for attending this conference.
I have a question not listed here, who do I contact?
Please contact Starr Smith, BFZ Project Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org