NCCJ’s GLSEN WMA Fall Conf. Bus Schedule

NCCJ’s GLSEN WMA Fall Conf. Bus Schedule

Sep 22, 2016

By Jason Papallo, NCCJ E-Communications and Marketing Specialist

This year’s GLSEN WMA Conference is quickly approaching! NCCJ gets excited for this FREE event every year, and are busing the queer and straight youth we work with to this safe and educational space.

Right now, we’re calling on NCCJ partnership schools and GSA advisors to help recruit youth interested in LGBTQ and social justice issues to this amazing FREE conference! 

If you are interested in signing up a group of students, you can email NCCJ’s Youth Programs Director M’Liss DeWald at [email protected]

Simply provide their names, emails and phone numbers and NCCJ will send them all of the information that they’ll need. Additionally, below is the registration link, as it’s never too early to register your students! They can also register the day of the event if they are a last-minute addition.

Our bus schedule taking students to and from the conference is below: 
Saturday, October 1st (morning) Bus #1

  • Stop #1     7:00 a.m.  -  NCCJ Office (820A Prospect Hill Rd, Windsor CT 06095)
  • Stop #2     7:35 a.m.  - 415 State St, Springfield, MA 01105
  • Stop #3     8:20 a.m.  - 500 Beech St, Holyoke, MA 01040
  • Final Stop 8:45 a.m.  - 15 Mulligan Dr, South Hadley, MA 01075

This conference is FREE for students and a suggested donation of $30 for educators and community organizers.


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