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Detailed Agenda + Tips for Attending VLC
Detailed Conference Agenda
Please find below the detailed agenda for VLC 2020 and take a few moments to review. Session times, titles, and speakers can all be found on the agenda. It will also be available to download from the registration page, login page and the virtual platform.

Tips for Attending VLC
Check out the following tips for attending the Virtual Leadership Conference and remaining engaged throughout:
  1. Engage - Submit questions for presenters and use the chat and other networking tools regularly to connect with other attendees.
  2. Explore - Visit the Exhibit Hall and meet with our valuable Partners to see resources available to your Chapter.
  3. Focus - Block off your calendar and reduce distractions. Try to treat this as an in-person event. Grab your notepad, pen, coffee, water and snacks!

Note - The mics and cameras for attendees will not be on during the conference. They will only be on during the optional Happy Hour each day taking place on Zoom, should you decide to attend.
VLC 2020 - Registration Details
The Virtual Leadership Conference will be held on August 3-5, 2020. Last day to register for the VLC is July 24th!

In addition to the overall VLC, we have some pre-event sessions for specific leadership roles. Each event has its own registration link, so please review the sessions below and register accordingly.

Questions? E-mail registration@score.org.
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