More content. More connections. October 19-23 will offer professional development tracks, evening speakers and networking, and daytime content geared toward high school classrooms. October 24-26 will follow the traditional Teach-In format with 40+ dynamic speakers, breakouts, prayer and liturgy, and advocacy.
Have you ever wished you could attend ALL of the Teach-In sessions? This year, you can! Participants will receive access to an on-demand library of all conference speakers, supplemental materials, and virtual exhibitor materials through June 1, 2021.
Connect with 30+ faith and justice exhibitors—from volunteer organizations, to graduate programs, advocacy organizations, voter mobilization, and more! Schedule one-on-one meetings, attend sponsored networking and information sessions, and download relevant resources.
Each ticket may only be used by one person. Group tickets must be used within an institution. The deadline to register a group is October 14. Individual registration will remain open throughout the conference.
October 24-26 will follow the traditional IFTJ format with 40+ dynamic speakers, breakouts, prayer and liturgy, and advocacy. Scroll down to view our additional programming opportunities from October 19-23.
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Additional Programming Opportunities
- HIGH SCHOOL PRE-SESSIONS TRACK
The high school track was designed to integrate the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice into the classroom. Each day, Monday through Friday, 60-90 minutes of on-demand content including keynotes, student speakers, student-led workshops, and prayers will be released. The content for each day will be based on a theme, beginning with the legacy of the Jesuit martyrs as context for the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice, followed by issue-area specific days, and ending with a call to action. All pre-session content is on-demand, and will be available by 8AM ET each day.
- PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRACK
The professional development track will include a combination of live and pre-recorded elements. On Friday, October 16th pre-recorded workshops will be released via the digital platform. Participants can view the workshops that are of interest to them and sign up to participate in a roundtable discussion with the session facilitator that will take place in the evenings of October 19-23. The sessions for Ignatian educators and parish staff will be included in the program.