Samantha Greenberg, NASPA IV-WE Marketing Coordinator
October 3, 2016
Early bird registration ends on October 3rd so don’t delay, click here to register today!
The NASPA Region IV-West/East Conference Planning Committee is excited to announce four new intern positions for the 2016 Regional Conference in St. Louis, Missouri from November 15-17! These positions are a fantastic way to interact with professionals from both regions, and gain valuable experience! We are looking for a Social Media Intern, Technology Intern, and two Conference Committee Interns. Click here to learn more and apply for one of the intern positions.
There are countless reasons to attend this year’s joint conference between NASPA IV-East and IV-West, but one big motivation is our excellent line-up of keynote speakers! Learn more about the conference keynote speakers here.
Women's Words of Wisdom Dessert Reception
This year’s conference will feature the first annual Women's Words of Wisdom Dessert Reception. This event will provide an opportunity for women in student affairs to socialize and hear from outstanding women in the field providing words of inspiration in the hopes of supporting our female colleagues at all levels of their career. Phenomenal women, we believe to be role models in the field, will provide a 5 minute prepared SA Speaks style presentation to participants about lessons learned, motivation, inspiration, or anything else she might feel would be beneficial in sharing with women as they make the journey of their career path. Registration cost for this event is $15 per person which includes a variety of desserts and a beverage of your choice. A cash bar will be available throughout the event. Add to your registration prior to checking out! If you have already registered and have applied payment, please follow the instructions here.
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