CONFERENCE ON COMMUNITY WRITING
Weaving Narratives for Social Justice Action
in the Local, National, Global
October 21-23, 2021
The Conference on Community Writing is a three-day biennial conference of the Coalition for Community Writing. The conference brings together teachers, scholars, community leaders, artists, activists, and students to learn together how writing can inform, empower, and transform communities. The CCW focuses on writing as a framework to co-creatively explore moments of social change.
The George Washington University is the proud host of the 2021 Conference, which will be held virtually.
YOUR SPONSORSHIP WILL HELP MAKE THESE CONVERSATIONS POSSIBLE.
We invite people and institutions who value community-based writing and community-engaged teaching to sponsor or co-host the Conference.
$250-$574: logo or name included as sponsors on the Conference website and in the digital program.
$575: in addition to the benefits listed above, Program/Department/Organization member benefits for 1 year. Individual membership status for up to 5 faculty, students, staff or clients; one comped registration to CCW 2021 for graduate student or adjunct faculty member, and one prioritized proposal for the national conference; reduced registration fee for regional conferences for up to ten members; and more.
$1,000+: in addition to the benefits listed above, have a dedicated online exhibit space during the Conference. Logo or name hyperlinked to company website on Conference webpage and included in the program. Recognized from the podium at the Welcome Event.
$2,000+: in addition to the benefits above, featured in the program as a sponsor for one of the DeepThink Tanks, Special Events, or Evening Receptions. Logo displayed during that event.
$3,000+: in addition to the benefits listed above, listed as co-hosts on the Conference website and signage. Logo and name included in pre-event promotional materials.
$4,000+: in addition to the benefits above, listed as “Keynote Sponsor” in event program and logo displayed during the keynote event. Full conference registration for one member of company. Speak for up to five minutes about your commitments to community writing at the beginning of one of the keynote events (to be negotiated with the Host Committee chair).