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  • May 19-20, 2016

    AACE Spring Conference

    JDG

  • Visit an Arkansas State Park near you to

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    Go to www.arkansas.com\employment

    to download an application.

    Addresses and phone numbers for the parks

    can be found at www.arkansasstateparks.com.

    How to apply:

    Arkansas State Parks1 Capital Mall

    Little Rock, AR 72201Phone: (501) 682-7777

    Fax: (501) 682-1364www.ArkansasStateParks.com

    Looking for a

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    the ordinary?

    Get a Great Job....in a

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    Historic Washington

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    LogolyConwayCemetery

    MountNebo

    Cossatot River

    DeGrayLakeResort

    Daisy

    Queen Wilhelmina

    Crater of Diamonds

    Prairie GroveBattlefield

    Lake Fort Smith

    Hobbs

    Devils Den

    Ozark Folk Center

    Bull Shoals-White RiverWithrow Springs

    Lake Dardanelle

    HermanDavis

    Lake FriersonPowhatan

    Mammoth Spring

    Lake Charles

    Old Davidsonville

    Crowleys Ridge

    Woolly Hollow

    Plantation AgricultureMuseum

    Arkansas PostMuseum

    Toltec Mounds

    Pinnacle MountainPetit Jean

    Lake Ouachita

    Jenkins Ferry

    Lake Catherine

    LouisianaPurchase

    Lower WhiteRiver Museum

    VillageCreek

    Lake PoinsettHampson

    Jacksonport

    Parkin

    Cane Creek

    Marks Mills

    Moro Bay

    Arkansas Museum ofNatural Resources

    South ArkansasArboretum

    Lake Chicot

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    FORT SMITHRUSSELLVILLE

    MORRILTON

    EUREKA SPRINGS

    HARRISON

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    CONWAY

    LITTLE ROCK

    HOT SPRINGS

    TEXARKANA

    EL DORADO

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    WESTMEMPHIS

    MountMagazine

    Delta Heritage Trail(Under development)

    Mississippi River(Initial development phase)

  • May 198:15-9:30 am: Registration/Breakfast9:30 am: Conference Welcome9:45-10:30 am: Senator Jane English

    Turning a Sidekick into a Superhero: Rebranding Colleges Role in Workforce Training

    10:30-10:45 am: Break10:45-11:45 am: Carolyn WItherspoon

    Its a Bird, Its a Plane: Its Title 7 and Title 9

    11:45-12:00 pm: Door Prize Drawing12:00-1:00 pm: Lunch1:00-2:00 pm: Robert Hunter

    Shazam! Teambuilding

    2:00-2:15 pm: Break2:15-3:15 pm: Carolyn Witherspoon

    With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility: Employment Law Update

    3:15-3:30 pm: Break4:00-5:30 pm: Fun Park Activity5:30 pm: Dinner On Your Own8:00 pm: Presidents Reception and Mixer

    May 208:30-9:30 am: Breakfast9:30-9:45 am: Welcome9:45-11:00: Dr. Adam PeckSecret Ingredients: 10 Ways to Infuse Career Development into Co-Curricular Programs

    11:00-11:15 am: Break11:15-12:30 pm: Business Meetings/Conclusion

    AACE Presents...

    SUPERHEROES 2016 EMPOWER LEAD TRANSFORM

  • KEYNOTE SPEAKERS...

    TO BECONTINUED...

    Senator Jane English represents Senate District 34, which is comprises part of Pulaski County. Senator English is serving her first term in the Arkansas Senate. For the current 89th General Assembly, she is chairman of three important committees including Joint Performance Review, State Agencies & Government Affairs Senate Constitutional Issues Subcommittee and the Veterans Home Task Force. She is vice chairman of Senate State Agencies & Governmental Affairs and Arkansas Legislative Council (ALC)-Peer Committee. Her other committee memberships include Senate Judiciary, Senate Children and Youth Committee, Arkansas Legislative Council (ALC), Legislative Joint Auditing-State Agencies, ALC-Personnel and Legislative Joint Auditing. Nationally, Senator English works with legislators as a member of the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) and the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). With

    NCSL, she is sits on the Labor & Economic Development Standing Committee and the Task Force on Redistricting and Elections. English sits on the Tax & Fiscal Policy Task Force with ALEC. Senator English was elected to the Arkansas House of Representatives in 2008 to serve House District 42. She served two consecutive terms. Born in Lincoln, Nebraska, Senator English is retired. She and husband Don have one son and one daughter.