CAPTA, the Capital Area Peer Tutoring Association, is pleased to announce the 2017 Tutor Leadership Retreat! Taking place on Tuesday-Wednesday, August 15-16 at the Sevenoaks Retreat Center in Madison, central Virginia, this is an opportunity for peer tutors and center directors to collaborate on plans for their upcoming school year.
Are you considering submitting a proposal to present at CAPTA’s 2017 Conference, People, Purpose, and Passion? We invite novice and experienced tutors, directors, and administrators to submit proposals to present at CAPTA 2017. For more information on the proposal requirements please see the Call for Proposals page and the Guide to Submitting Proposals. Proposals are due Friday, April 7.
The Capital Area Peer Tutoring Association (CAPTA) exists to build community among secondary school writing and learning center directors, tutors, and partners; promote advocacy for peer-driven programs that transform schools by empowering student leaders; and support development and sharing of local resources for new and existing centers in the greater Washington, DC, area.
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