Early Bird ends April 30
Early Bird Registration fee is $225 (ends April 30th). Registration fee is $260. Registration will close May 26th. Registration includes four meals: two breakfast, one lunch, one reception and banquet, breaks and materials.
Scholarship assistance is available as funds allow for the following categories:
- Graduate students
- Staff and board of modest-resourced nonprofit organizations
- Individuals not affiliated with an organization or company, and other special circumstances.
To request a scholarship (a reduced registration fee) please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking to share a room?
If you’re interested in sharing a room at the conference, connect with your peers and colleagues on our Facebook Event page. Click the Events tab and select the National Conference Event. You are welcome to post and share here.
Presenters must also register. If you have received a presenter code, please enter it in the “promo code” on the registration form.
Extend your stay!
The group rate is available for three days before and after the conference. You must reserve your own guestroom. The conference rate at the DoubleTree Denver Stapleton North is available from June 9 through June 17. Group rate is valid until May 15. Reserve your room online here or learn more about Lodging & Transportation. Check this link for more info about exploring Denver and Colorado.
Dinner Options, Day Two (June 14th)
Dinner Excursion: Hop on our chartered bus to Comal for a catered heritage food experience. Comal is a new food incubator kitchen through which women are learning to apply their cooking talents to running this exemplary restaurant, open to the public. Comal is sponsored by Focus Points and located in the TAXI district of Denver.
Dinner on your own: Hop on the A Line to downtown Denver and choose from our list of eateries recommended by our Colorado Host Committee. These picks feature local, sustainable dining and/or “Colorado Cuisine.” More info to come!