Join us for the 1st annual
Colorado Outdoor Educator Symposium
at Colorado College
Saturday, February 1st, 2014
8:00am - 5:00pm
Worner Campus Center
14 E. Cache La Poudre St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Colorado College Outdoor Education invites you to be a part of the first annual state-wide symposium. The COES aims to bring together and build on the great community of outdoor educators living and working in the Rocky Mountain State to share new ideas, develop best practices, and utilize our incredible local resources.
All are welcome; students, guides, program directors or administrators, or those interested in simply joining in on the conversation! Join us for a day of workshops, discussions, networking, and skill sessions.
REGISTRATION will be open until January 17th.
To register for the Symposium, please click the following link to create an account with SUMMIT and register for the event:
Registration is $25 and includes the cost of the symposium with breakfast and lunch provided.
Presenters will receive an additional discount. If you would like to present, please see the Call for Proposals attached below, and submit prior to registering to receive the discount code.
Lodging is not provided. Please feel free to contact us for lodging suggestions and options in Colorado Springs.
For questions or more information, please contact Chris Dickson at Chris.email@example.com or (719) 389-6943.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS attached below.
To submit a workshop proposal, please click the following link:
This symposium is centered around the simple theme of bringing programs and people together from all over Colorado. We believe this is an important step in helping further our individual programs and students, as well as developing our state-wide community to share in resources and ideas.
Our call or proposals is intentionally “vague” because our goal is to provide a wide variety of workshops and presentations for all levels of involvement in the field and for students and directors alike. We are looking for discussion-based, presentation-based, or skills-based workshops; anything from a facilitated discussion on land permiting issues in Colorado, to sharing the specifics of your program, or to a Bowdrilling session! Be creative!