Discover the power of community-based learning and how you can connect with community partners to provide authentic learning for your students. This hands-on conference will provide best practices and program implementation models for participants to adapt to their own schools.

Winchester Thurston School, utilizing its City as Our Campus initiative, welcomes educators to connect and learn with peers from around the country. This two-day conference will feature sessions to understand and apply community-based learning, experiential learning workshops to see community-based learning in action, access to a research report about student learning, and a fantastic lineup of keynote speakers.

A limited number of discounted registrations are available to Pittsburgh area schools. Please contact Adam Nye at