NDSC Council Information and 2017 Director Recruitment

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Become a National Docent Symposium Council (NDSC) Regional Director or Director-at-Large

The application is now available! 

You can continue your symposium and docent experience by applying to be an NDSC director. The NDSC's mission is to support an ongoing forum for docent education and exchange of ideas through the biennial National Docent Symposium (NDS.) The NDS is organized by volunteer docents/guides for volunteer docents/guides and is held in the United States and Canada.


The primary responsibility of NDSC directors is to promote the NDSC and NDS in their designated geographic region in collaboration with the other director in that region. The NDSC meets annually to conduct business in conjunction with the symposium at the symposium site. In alternate years the NDSC meets at the site of the next symposium.


The annual NDSC business meeting, of like-minded docents/guides, is an enriching, invigorating and rewarding experience for people who enjoy dynamic leadership opportunities. The NDSC is composed of a diverse group of individuals whose unique perspectives naturally broaden each other's view of the docent/guide world. That diversity enriches the NDSC and ensures the continuing educational value of the NDS.


If you are interested in becoming a director in the future, please read the 2017 Director Information Sheet and 2017 NDSC Director Skills and Requirements.

To submit the 2017 NDSC Director Application, click this LINK 

 

 

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For the NDS 2017 Montreal Symposium
At www.nds2017.com (or click here)

Please consult our website and make your choice of the Breakout sessions, Off- site workshops and Pre-Symposium tours before beginning the registration process.

Rendez-vous à Montréal !

 

October 12 - 15, 2017
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1.  Valid passport expiring more than 6 months after the travel date
2.  Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA): exemptions include U.S. citizens, travellers with a valid Canadian visa and Canadian citizens.  Please refer to the Government of Canada site for more information www.cic.gc.ca