Nontraditional & Special Populations
(JSPAC) Conference 2014
Dec 2-3, 2014
Preconference Dec 1st
Request for Proposal (RFP) form above
RFP Due by September 21, 2014
Who: Educators, administrators, and program coordinators from CTE and core subjects; Student and Social Service providers; Counselors; SB70 and WIA Coordinators; ESL, DSPS, Financial Aid, Care/EOPS and Nontraditional Program Coordinators, STEM /STEAM coordinators and supporters!
Top Three Reasons To Attend:
- 1.Perkins IV requires all local educational agencies who receive Perkins funds to participate in professional development!
- 2.Educators who participate in meaningful professional development and networking activities are more successful as well as happier in their careers.
- 3.Students facing barriers who receive social, financial, and academic support are more successful in school and careers!
When: December 2-3, 2014
- December 2nd -- 10:00 am – Opening Keynotes
- December 2nd -- 5:00 pm – Networking session
- December 3rd – Noon – 1:30 pm – Closing Keynote Panel
- December 1st – Optional Preconference Intensives** -- 1– 4 pm
- Special Populations 101
- Resources to Support College and Career Readiness (as well as recruit, retain, & build awareness about CTE, Students from Special Populations, & college attendance)
- CTE Common Core & other changes, challenges, & opportunities in K-14!
Where: Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza, 300 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
Group Code: AJS
Cost: $200 for the first registrant, $150 for the second and the third person is FREE. (Discount applies for members of the same team).
Pre-conference is $25 per person.
- The Impact of low Socio-economics on students and what we can do!
- Foster and Adoptive Students
- Employment Projects and Nontraditional STEM student success panel
- Veterans as Students
Nontraditional Employment for Women programs; STEAM project; Everfi; Undocumented Students; E-Seminars and other JSPAC tools; Improving Counseling for CTE; Launch Board; Counselors in Classrooms; Efforts to overcome the barrier of low SES; YOUR PROGRAM?, and More
* Special Populations = Students who are: Disabled, Displaced Homemakers, English Language Learners, Economically Disadvantaged, Single Parents, or preparing for a career that is Nontraditional (<25% of their gender in the occupation I.E. females in welding or males in childcare).
** Subject to change and adequate registration