NACCTEP'S 15th NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Friday, March 10, 2017 at 8:00 AM - Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 5:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us at the beautiful Mariott Marquis with community college education faculty, administrators, and students from across the country to discuss innovative and research-based best practices for training pre-service teacher candidates who understand technology enriched approaches to learning, collaborate across academic disciplines, utilize learning analytics, are culturally responsive to students, and teach with their heart. Participants will find that each workshop, forum, and general meeting session will provide resources to utilize within your home institution to help students better bridge their transition from community college to four year institution or forge new bridges that lead to new program offerings that meet community and PreK-12 educational needs.
1. Will you be accepting purchase order's as a form of payment?
- No, we only accept credit cards and checks as a form of payment. Attendees are encouraged to work with their institution's fiscal department to ensure that payment is received to our office before the deadline of Friday, January 20, 2017.
2. What happens if I need an invoice to be sent to my institution?
- At this time, you can not register for the conference without submitting payment. If your institiution requires an invoice to issue payment, please email email@example.com and in your subject line please state: "Conference Invoice". Our office will process an invoice to the requested party. If you have additional questions regarding the payment process for this event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. What happens if I want to make payment by a check?
- If your institution wishes to make payment by check, please send an email at email@example.com and in the subject line please state: "Conference Payment via Check". Also, please include all attendees and their individual email addresses. Once our office has received payment, we will manually register attendees and send payment confirmation to each individual attendee. Again, if you have additional questions regarding the payment process for this event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. Will the registration deadline be extended or the late registration fee waived?
- Unfortunately, the registration deadline will not be extended, nor will the late registration fee of $100 be waived. These policies have been set in place so that the organization or conference attendees do not incur further costs in preparation for the conference. We encourage all attendees to begin working with their institution's fiscal departments. If you have questions you may contact us at email@example.com.
5. Where can we send payment?
Payment can be remitted to the following address:
Rio Salado College
EDU -3rd Floor
2323 W. 14th Street
Tempe, AZ 85281
6. Do you have a cancellation policy for registration?
- Yes, we do have a cancellation policy. Attendees are encouraged to notify us in writing regarding cancelling registration at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that there is a $50 processing fee for cancelling registration.
7. What happens if I cancel my registration after Friday, January 20, 2017?
- Cancelling your registration after the deadline date of January 20, 2017 is an automatic forfeiture of your registration fee.
8. What if I am a presenter, and I am not registered by the deadline date of Friday, January 20, 2017?
- As a presenter, if you are not registered by the deadline date, as stated in the Presenter Agreement, your session will be cancelled.
9. Will membership be included by registering and attending the conference?
- At this time, NACCTEP will not be offering membership with conference registration. To renew or begin new membership, please visit our conference website.
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National Association of Community College Teacher Education Programs
The National Association of Community College Teacher Education Programs (NACCTEP) is committed to supporting community colleges in their efforts to provide quality teacher education programs to the communities they serve. These guiding principles are designed to inform and guide community college teacher preparation programs as they work to develop and improve programs that prepare quality teachers for PreK-12 educational settings.