A Dream Deferred 2021
March 3-5, 2021 | Virtual Conference
A Dream Deferred: The Future of African American Education College Board’s A Dream Deferred conference welcomes education professionals working to make a difference for African American students.
The conference is focused on the state of college readiness for African American students and provides a forum for sharing best practices, key data, and research to drive measurable actions to ensure access to opportunity.
More Info: Home - A Dream Deferred 2021 (collegeboard.org)
MSCA is excited for our second Virtual Spring Conference! We have partnered with ASCA and a virtual event platform company to bring you a virtual experience that includes many of the aspects we all love about the in-person conference including an Exhibitor Hall, Grade-band level sharing and live Q&As with our keynote speakers.
The conference will occur on three separate days in Spring 2021
- Day 1: February 23rd, 12:00-4:00 PM
- Day 2: March 30th, 12:00-4:00 PM
- Day 3: April 27th, 12:00-4:00 PM
Registration opens January 6th, 2021. Register here!
Please note that we will not be able to offer single day prices for this event.
- Professional/Supporting = $99
- Retired/Student = $75
Non-Members = $175
Exhibitor and Sponsorships options are available. Please email Kindle Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
A total of 12 OPI Renewal Units and CEUs will be available to earn during the conference.
Content & Schedule:
This will be updated as we select sectional speakers. Submit a proposal to present here! We are specifically looking for sectional topics pertaining to: anxiety, crisis and trauma response, and virtual school counseling though anything related to school counseling is welcome! Sectional presenters will receive a 25% discount on conference registration.
Missed the conference? You can access the sessions on demand for $150. (Please note: the Second City session is not available on demand.)
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We are so grateful to the more than 1,450 higher education professionals who joined us for our first-ever virtual RNL National Conference! We hope you found the experience insightful, inspiring, and fun!
But the fun isn’t done—you can watch the conference on demand until July 2021!
Access for attendeesAttendees, please click here to access the on-demand sessions.
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Las Vegas, Nevada
October 26–28, 2020
More Information | https://forum.collegeboard.org/
GEAR UP 2020 in Billings, Montana! Join this great event and conference!
More information will be posted @ https://mus.edu/GearUp/
RNL National Conference
Jul 8-Jul 10, 2020 Chicago, IL
Enrollment, Fundraising, Student Success
The most comprehensive higher education conference.
Discover innovations, insights, and intelligence from campus professionals, higher ed thought leaders, and RNL experts who have worked with institutions of every size, type, and mission. You’ll find more than 150 sessions for everyone on campus covering:
More Information | https://www.ruffalonl.com/events/national-conference/
Connect with your colleagues from across the country at the 2020 NASAI: Native American Student Advocacy Institute. Share your strategies and best practices with fellow educators, legislators, policymakers, and tribal leaders who are working to enhance the academic performance of American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander students.
Session Topics Tend To Focus On:
For inspiration and ideas, see the 2019 NASAI program.
PNCACA Conference invites you to attend the 2020 PNACAC Conference at the Vancouver Hilton Hotel, May 20-22, 2020.
Benefits of Attending
PNACAC serves the states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington by promoting ethical standards and providing resources to our members and colleagues who guide and empower students as they prepare for college admission. Our goal is to ensure every student in the Pacific Northwest has access to informed, engaged, and ethical college admission professionals in public and independent secondary schools, community-based organizations, community colleges and public and independent four-year colleges and universities.
The PNACAC Annual Conference is our organization’s premier professional development opportunity bringing together individuals who share our goal. Through workshops, educational sessions, shared interest group conversations, counseling and enrollment professionals gain new knowledge and a revived enthusiasm to improve the opportunities for students across our five states.
By attending our annual conference and pre-conference opportunities, you will:
Washington State Clock Hours will be available free of charge to participants who sign in at the PNACAC business meeting. Certificate of Attendance: Available to all conference attendees. Stop by the Volunteer Table (near the Registration Table) to request your certificate.
More information | https://www.pnacac.org/conference
Variety of Helpful Resources
Registration is now open for the 2020 Prepárate™: Educating Latinos for the Future of America conference, April 23–24, in Las Vegas, Nev.
Prepárate: Educating Latinos for the Future of America conference is for student advocates like you to learn, discuss, and share teaching strategies and tools that benefit our Latino students. The conference is a part of the College Board’s commitment to educational excellence and equity for all students.
AACRAO’s Annual Meeting is our largest convening of higher education professionals from around the world. Join more than 2,000 administrators as we work to address the issues facing today’s campuses, share goals and guidelines for meeting those challenges, and provide a forum for learning and sharing experiences.
The Annual Meeting is the culmination of more than a year of diligent planning by our Annual Meeting Program Committee, which develops an extensive program of over 200 sessions, roundtables, poster sessions, and workshops. Our programming reflects the diverse nature of our members' roles and responsibilities, and strives to meet the changing demands and needs of the professions we serve. Join us in New Orleans to gain the knowledge and skills that ensure personal, student, and institutional success.
More Information : https://www.aacrao.org/events-training/meetings/annual-meeting
Plan now to join fellow educators at A Dream Deferred™: The Future of African American Education conference, March 11–13, 2020, in Chicago, Ill. Sign up by January 10 to save on registration, and book your hotel room at the conference discounted rate.
The conference is focused on the state of college readiness for African American students and provides a forum for sharing strategies, key data, and research to drive measurable actions to ensure access to opportunity.
The deadline for early rate registration is January 10.
More Information: Register Now
Network with college access professionals from across Montana, get valuable training, gain new ideas, be refreshed and inspired to keep making Post Secondary Education accessible to ALL! This year we are exploring the theme of Equity in Education. Three conference tracks:
MORE INFORMATION | mtcollegeaccess.org/annual-conference
Happy 2020, MPSEOC Members!
You are invited! MPSEOC Board Meeting is on February 12-13, 2020. Contact us if you would like to join any part of this annual 2-day Board Meeting.
Please just let me know if you have any agenda items you would like to add to the meeting. Thank you! All MPSEOC members are welcome to attend if you are interested. Also, we always appreciate your feedback. Feel free to share any ideas or thoughts at the link below. Thank you for helping keep Montana education connected!
Happy and peaceful start to the new year to all of you! :)
Reserve your spot for the 2019 ACT College and Career Readiness Workshop.
ACT offers much more than a test. We deliver rich and informative data on your students. But do you know how to use it most effectively? That’s what the 2019 ACT College and Career Readiness Workshop is all about.
“If you want to use data, you have to invest the time to make it something that everybody can use. The thing I love about ACT is we get lots of data from them.”
-Alan Shotts, Career Center Coordinator, Cody High School, Wyoming
Time is running out!
Don’t miss this FREE workshop. Our goal is to transform the way you look at data, so you can walk away better equipped to help your students thrive.
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December 4-7, 2019
2020 NACAC National Conference
September 24- 26, 2020
Minneapolis Convention Center
More Information | https://www.nacacconference.org/
We hope you are planning to attend the 2020 PNACAC Conference at the Vancouver Hilton Hotel, May 20-22, 2020.
We’re emailing to let you know that we are now taking session proposals for the conference. Read on below to learn more about the submission process.
Submit a Proposal
Submitting a ProposalWHAT TO KNOW
Presenting at PNACAC’s annual conference provides an excellent opportunity to share your experience and knowledge with our community. Participating as a PNACAC presenter allows you to grow professionally and to share best practices, insights, new strategies, or great programs that have been successful at your institution.
We seek a diverse set of session topics and presenters and hope to have sessions offered by and for high school counselors (public and private), independent counselors, community-based organizations, and college admission representatives (public and private, two- and four-year). Sessions can take the form of panels, facilitated group discussions, presentations, pre-conference round table discussions. Presentations should be interactive and allow time for audience questions/discussions. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, career/staff development; college admission requirements, policies and procedures; national issues and external influences in admission; networking; post-secondary admission issues; secondary counseling issues; student issues and technology.
For the 2020 PNACAC Conference, the IDEA Institute will be running alongside the other conference sessions. We are calling for presenters and sessions related to inclusion, diversity, equity and access. Presenters will need to indicate if they would like their session to be listed as part of the IDEA track. Example topics for IDEA Institute sessions are: recruiting and retaining students of color, gender identity in higher education, engaging men of color, supporting immigrant students and their families.
Successful conference proposals will:
Proposals are due by the priority date of January 31, 2020
The committee thanks you for your interest, and we look forward to reviewing your proposals. Individuals will be notified by March 1 if submissions were accepted. Selected individuals have until March 15 to confirm attendance.
Please contact the Sessions co-chairs:
Ty Eisbach, Carroll College
Genesis Meaderds, Eastern Oregon University
Cree Decker, Portland State University
Submit a Proposal
College Board Forum 2019.
November 6-8, 2019
More information |https://forum.collegeboard.org/?SFMC_cid=EM226000-&rid=46779817
Houston, a city with a mix of international appeal, Southern charm, and NASA history, is the ideal location to Launch Big Ideas in the fields of orientation, transition, and retention. Join us for the 2019 NODA Annual Conference as we launch forward with exciting new ideas to frame our futures.
More information: https://www.nodaweb.org/page/NODAC_2019
GEAR UP West is an annual, collaborative regional conference for college access and success practitioners primarily from the Western part of the United States. Participating states have included Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. GEAR UP programs in these states together serve more than 200,000 historically underrepresented students and their families.
All those working to help underrepresented students prepare for and succeed in postsecondary education are welcome to attend. Attendees include:
2019 Educator Conference - BelgradeBelgrade High School, October 17-18, 2019
Helping our members succeed in their careers is a top priority for MFPE. That’s why, each year, we sponsor the Educator Conference -- the best professional development of its kind anywhere.
MFPE teams up with 18 Montana curriculum groups to bring you the best in teacher-led professional learning. More than 500 workshops, keynotes, & institutes are available. No matter what or where you teach, you’ll find a wealth of events perfect for you. And you can earn renewal units!
2019 MFPE Educator Conference Registration
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More Information & Registration: www.nacacconference.org
NACAC's 75th National Conference heads to Louisville in September 2019! Make plans to attend this preeminent annual gathering of over 6,000 counseling and admission professionals. Get ready to network, learn the latest admission news and research in cutting-edge education sessions, and hear from inspiring speakers. Registration is now open.
September 26- 28, 2019 | Kentucky International Convention Center
2019 National Conference, Indianapolis, INMonday, Sept. 16 - Wednesday, Sept. 18
We are pleased to announce that registration for the 2019 conference, Racing Toward Postsecondary Success, is now open! The conference will take place Sept. 16 -18 at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown. The NCAN conference is the premiere professional development event in the field of postsecondary access and success for underrepresented students. Join 1,200 of your closest colleagues and friends at this year’s event to learn strategies for serving students more efficiently and effectively.
Information & Registration: https://collegeaccess.org/page/2019Conference
MPSEOC COUNSELOR UPDATE
OCTOBER 23, 2019
You Are Specially Invited To Present!
DEADLINE TO REGISTER | FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2019
| All 25 Montana Colleges and University MPSEOC Members are invited to present at this annual event! |
| Here is your chance to reach almost all Montana High Schools and most of the Montana High School Counselors in this one event! |
| 9 Different Sites Across Montana |
*Montana Colleges help support the costs of this event with a $250.00 Presentation Fee. Thank you for your support and help!