Week One: Begins at 10:00 am on Monday, June 16 and ends the afternoon of Friday, June 20.*
Week Two: Begins at 5:00 pm on Sunday, June 22 and ends mid-day on Friday, June 27.**
*No programming will take place on Sunday, June 15. An informal reception will take place for those arriving.
**Please plan to be in DC on Sunday, 6/22 for the welcome reception and orientation to DC.
Week One Hotel - Downtown Ann Arbor
The Dahlmann Campus Inn
615 E. Huron St | Ann Arbor | Michigan 48104
Toll Free: 800.666.8693 | Phone: 734.769.2200
Note! The CRD reservation deadline has passed but the group rate may still be available. When calling, inquire about any classic rooms left for the best rate and mention CRD Boot Camp. Premium rooms are also available for $220/night.
Week Two Hotel - Steps from Metro in Dupont Circle
2121 P St. NW | Washington DC | 20037
Toll Free: 877.866.3070 | Phone: 202.448.1800
Room Rate: $199/night*
When making reservations online, please reference: Council for Resource Development Boot Camp
Deadline to Reserve: May 30th
Air Travel & Airport Transportation
Information provided below is meant as a guide. Links lead to external sites. These sites are not endorsed by or affiliated with CRD.
Week One Airports
Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) - Located 25 miles from Ann Arbor, MI.
Air Ride (approx cost is $12)
Week Two Airports
The Washington, DC metro area is served by three major airports.
Reagan National Airport (DCA) - Hotel Palomar is easily accessible via public transportation (Red Line - Dupont Circle) from this airport. See www.wmata.com to plan your trip.
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) - Hotel Palomar is about 45 minutes from Dulles by car. Plan to rent a car, take a taxi or reserve Super Shuttle transportation. Public transportation is also available but less convenient (Learn more at www.metwashairports.com)
Please see www.wmata.com to plan your trip and learn about fares.
*Rate does not include taxes and fees charged by the hotel.
Our staff believe in connecting people, resources and opportunities. CRD helps us drive these actions by providing tools and training so we can educate our board and volunteers, strengthen our skills and knowledge base, and find support and mentoring from our peers throughout the country. We're steeped in the culture to thank our donors, and now is a chance to turn around and thank CRD and all its members for helping us be successful in building a strong and committed group of donors and volunteers. Thanks CRD!"
Josh Gerstman, Development Director
Green River Community College, WA