Future Search The Network
 
The 10th Annual Learning Exchange

Building Our Capacity to Impact the World-Individually & Collectively
May 4-6, 2006 in Bryn Mawr (20 minutes from Philadelphia)

FAQs!
Q: Who is "eligible" to attend the Learning Exchange
A: Anyone who has been trained in Future Search or has begun to learn about it through doing or attending one.
 
Q: Do I need to be a member of the Future Search Network in order to attend?
A: Members and non-members are welcome. However, we hope that you'll strongly consider joining us to feel the power of our FS community!
 
Q: I've been conducting Future Searches for years and I've also been using the principles with other methodologies. Is it appropriate for me to attend?
A: Of course! You'll be able to share techniques and approaches with other experienced facilitators.
 
Q: What if I've never actually conducted a Future Search? Should I attend?
A: Most definitely! You'll be able to talk with colleagues about how to get started, as well as hear how it went for people who are beginners.
 
Q: What if I can't afford the registration fee?
A: There is a limited amount of scholarship assistance available. See scholarships.
 
Q: How do I contribute to the Scholarship Fund?
A: Please add your contribution on the Registration form and accept our thanks for helping others attend this event
   
Q: Do I have to stay at the Gregg Center?
A: No. You can stay at nearby hotels. We also have a limited amount of rooms available in local FSN members' houses. See housing.
   
Q: How do I go about hosting attendees in my home?
A: Please indicate this on the Registration form, letting us know how many people can stay with you. Thanks for your generous hospitality!
   
Q: What if I can't attend all three days?
A: We strongly encourage you to attend the entire Learning Exchange, as conversations will build upon each other in our time together. If that is not possible, contact Sally Theilacker for the fee schedule.

Register now: Click here for the registration form!

 

 


 

 

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