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Last Chance to Register

Monday, February 5, 2018  
Posted by: Lara Richardson
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The deadline to register for the MnAEYC-MnSACA Annual State Conference is this Friday, February 9! We’re offering one final discount for group registrations. If you register 3 or more people, you’ll receive $10 off each registration. Grab a few friends or colleagues and join us for a fun and knowledge-filled event.

Find the group registration form here. We are unable to accept registrations received after February 9, so please mail/fax your forms so that they arrive at our office by Friday, February 9. Please note: Payment is required with registration. 

Registering as an individual? Register here.


Why should you attend?
  • This conference will be a chance to pause and reflect on how we can Create Connections and Cultivate Community at a time when it's needed more than ever.
  • You'll choose from over 70 workshops that will provide you with the latest and greatest tools and information. NEW THIS YEAR: Table Talks where you can learn and network in a more informal setting.
  • The conference has been Develop-approved for the Knowledge and Competency Framework Area VI: Professionalism.
  • You'll attend two inspiring keynote sessions. On Friday, we welcome Dr. Artika Tyner, Associate Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, University of St. Thomas, who will provide participants with the motivation and inspiration needed to advance social change. On Saturday, we welcome Sasha Aslanian, veteran journalist who will examine why stories move us so profoundly and help us appreciate our common humanity.
  • You'll have the opportunity to talk with dozens of vendors who can help you work smarter.
  • You'll have the opportunity to make cards to brighten the day of a child in the hospital. Learn more here.


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