Office of the Arizona Governor Doug Ducey
Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family


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The Arizona Summit on Civic Engagement and Volunteerism is an opportunity for volunteer and civic engagement leaders to inspire, energize and mobilize volunteer and civic engagement practitioners to further develop their skills and to better serve Arizona’s community needs through a collaborative effort.

2019 Arizona Summit Proposal Requests

The Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family is seeking exhibitor proposals for the 2019 Arizona Summit on Service and Volunteerism. 

Exhibitor Proposals

The exhibitor's role for the Arizona Summit will be to share information and provide opportunities for participants. Attendees are interested in learning about service opportunities, new tools, techniques, trainings and other professional development opportunities, development and fund-raising opportunities, etc. The Exhibit Hall will be a vital part of the Summit on Volunteerism and Civic Engagement. It gives participants the opportunity to engage face-to-face and learn about initiatives, organizations, services and products available to the volunteer, civic engagement and service-learning community.

Read exhibitor criteria and submit a proposal

Deadline for submission: September 13, 2019

Summit Organizing Committee Contact:
Randy George
AmeriCorps Training Specialist
ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation
(602) 496-1173

Featured workshop tracks include the fourth annual Volunteer Managers Academy, Service Enterprise Initiative, Civic Engagement, Service-Learning for Educators, Volunteer Management, and more! 

2019 Summit Workshops: Coming Soon!

View 2018 Summit Workshops 

2019 Summit Registration

Coming Fall 2019! 

Building a Better Arizona through Volunteerism

Arizona’s only statewide event dedicated to deepening, elevating, and supporting the state’s extensive networks of community volunteer and civic engagement leaders and programs, the Arizona Summit on Volunteerism and Civic Engagement provides the opportunity for individuals and groups to further develop and foster their skills to better serve Arizona’s community needs.

The Summit consists of two days of engaging plenary speakers, interactive workshops, and networking opportunities designed to inspire, energize and mobilize civic engagement leaders of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.

Last year, over 540 volunteer and community leaders attended the Summit, representing 48 communities and 184 organizations. The 70+ workshops sessions emphasized, skill-building, professional development opportunities and featured thought-provoking innovative exemplary programs and awareness-raising issue forums.

The Summit has awarded over $31,000 in grants to participants over the last five years. Allowing attendees the opportunity to put into practice what they have learned at the Summit and to create volunteer and civic engagement projects in their own communities.


The 2018 Summit was…

“A great way to connect everyone doing similar work, and strengthening my understanding of the service network in Arizona.”

“Eye-opening and inspiring.”

“Very informative - Great resources and networking opportunities.”

“A wonderful experience that gave me great new tools!"