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NACCE 2017



We can't wait to see you all in less than a month in Tampa, FL! If you have not yet registered, don't delay and do it today!

Important Details:

Thursday, September 14 is the last day to book your hotel room at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay. To make your reservation, please click here or call 1-888-591-1234. Please be sure to let the hotel know that you are attending the NACCE annual conference to receive the special group rate of $189.00 (exclusive of taxes).

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Don't forget to add on a solution-oriented preconference to your schedule! Check out our options for yourprofessional development:

  • Ice House Entrepreneurship Program Facilitator Training(October 6 - 8;NACCE members receive a$175discount on the cost of registration. Contact Joanie Weber atjoanie@elimindset.comfor the promotional code.):The Ice House Entrepreneurship Program is an experiential, problem-based learning program designed to inspire and engage participants in the fundamental aspects of an entrepreneurial mindset. To become certified to facilitate the Ice House Program and learn how to implement within your organization or community, you are invited to participate in the two and a half day facilitator training.Register Here!
  • GrowthWheel Certification Course (October 7 - 8; NACCE members receive a $175 discount on the cost of registration. Contact Oliver Mika at for the NACCE Member Discount Code.):At the 2-day GrowthWheel Certification Course participants will learn to use the GrowthWheel Toolbox and approach to business advisory and client relation management. The course is a fast-paced mix of presentations, open discussions, case studies, independent work and group work activities.Register here!
  • Entrepreneurial Problem-solving: Creating Hands-onLearning Activities That Benefit Our Communities(October 8 from 9 AM - 12 PM; $249 for members):The goal of this workshop is to expand the capacity of community college entrepreneurship education programs in community colleges so we can partner effectively with our communities for collaborative problem solving. In facilitated group exercises, the participants will apply the principles of experiential learning to create hands-on learning activities to engage students in identifying problems and proposing solutions that contribute to the sustainability and health of their communities. Register here!
  • Leading with an Entrepreneurial Mindset(October 8 from 9 AM - 12 PM; $249 for members):Community colleges face an ever-changing landscape with new funding models, a vital focus on student completion, and a significant pool of current leaders approaching retirement. Progressive institutions are searching for entrepreneurial solutions in resource-constrained environments, and leaders that have an entrepreneurial mindset to tackle the challenges ahead.Register here!
  • Power of Relationships: Donor-Centered Fundraising(October 8 from 1- 4 PM; $249 for members):In a resource-constrained environment, community colleges understand the value of outside funding. While funding can come from many types of sources, relationships are critical to success with fundraising. Join us in learning key strategies for building relationships with individuals, corporations, and foundations to secure major gifts at your college.Register here!
  • The Future of Community College Leadership: Challenges & Opportunities(October 8 from 1- 4 PM; $249 for members):The presentation will examine issues that may signal real challenges for community colleges. There are many solid, necessary causes and institutions that deserve adequate, mission-appropriate resources. There is considerable evidence to suggest that the community college is among that group. For sure, the community college has played a significant role in providing training and education with mission, programs and participants quite different from the traditional higher education model. But where will mission-appropriate sustainable financial support come from? We know from the AACCT survey data gathered in 2015, that as many as 80% of current presidents and CEO's plan to retire during the ten-year period ending 2025. Where will the new group of world class, value-centered, entrepreneurial leaders come from?Register here!
  • STEM Entrepreneurship Training: A catalyst for student recruitment, retention, and STEM career advancement(October 8 from 1- 4 PM; $249 for members):This workshop will provide community college executives, faculty and staff with a step-by-step process to design, fund and implement a STEM Entrepreneurship program on your campus as a catalyst for increasing student enrollment, retention and advancement into successful STEM related careers.Register here!

*If you have already registered and would like to add on a preconference, please call the NACCE office at413.306.3131.*

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