The 3 Rockin’ Presentations You Missed at Capital Camp + Gov Days

by: Kaitlin Carpenter, Marketing Strategist | August 8, 2014

Capital Camp and Gov Day promo sticker from Rock Creek

Being part of a community is about more than just showing up to the conferences and happy hours—it’s about learning, contributing, and giving back by helping others learn something new too. During the 2014 Capital Camp and Gov Days, our Rock Creek development team did just that. They gave not just one, but three presentations at this annual Drupal conference.

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Design Insights from An Event Apart

by: Steve Fultz, Digital Design Practice Lead | August 6, 2014

LunchBox Art for the An Event Apart Conference in D.C.

Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the annual An Event Apart conference in Washington, D.C., with fellow designer Lauren Moore. The talks were informative and presented by the best in the business. There were so many tips, tricks, and lessons we picked up during the event, but we distilled all of the great insights down to several core takeaways to keep in mind:

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Keeping Everyone Engaged: Insights from a Successful Event

by: Evelyn Teel, Senior Marketing Strategist | August 4, 2014

A collage of Rock Creek staff working at the FEMA Youth Preparedness Council Summit in DC

One of the most inspiring aspects of Rock Creek’s work with FEMA is our support of the FEMA Youth Preparedness Council. At the beginning of each one-year term, Council members are required to attend the annual Youth Preparedness Council Summit. This event is an opportunity for the Council members to meet one another, to engage with FEMA staff, and to share their ideas and experiences about youth preparedness. As it might be assumed, the Council members and other attendees have a diverse range of interests and experience levels, and this can make it challenging to plan an event that properly engages all audience members.

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