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2024 Impact Collaborative Summit Keynote Sessions

Register to attend the Keynote Sessions at the 2023 Impact Collaborative Summit! Register here.

The 2024 Impact Collaborative Summit is approaching! The Summit is a dynamic event designed to boost organizational readiness and foster innovation for current New Technologies for Ag Extension (NTAE) Projects and ECOP Program Action Teams.

How to Participate

While the Summit is exclusive to NTAE projects and ECOP Program Action Teams, we welcome the Cooperative Extension Community to join our Key Note speaker sessions and the Summit Showcase. Engage with innovative Extension projects and gain expert insights by registering for the following sessions:

  • May 22nd, 12:15 PM ET: Keynote Speaker #1 - "The Key to High-Performance Teams"
  • May 23rd, 12:15 PM ET: Keynote Speaker #2 - "Client Engagement"
  • May 23rd, 2:00 PM ET: Summit Showcase (Featuring 1-minute pitches from all Summit teams!)

Don't miss this opportunity to connect and learn! Register now.

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