Stay tuned for information on our 25th Annual Winter Conference coming in January 2018!
REGISTRATION FOR OUR 2017 CONFERENCE IS NOW OPEN!!
Vendors & Exhibitors for the
2017 OACE Conference
at Seaside Convention Center
January 26th – 28th, 2017
The Oregon Association for Comprehensive Education (OACE) was founded in October,1992 continuing the long tradition pioneered by the Oregon Department of Education of keeping administrators, teachers and educational assistants informed of—and prepared to—meet the needs of all students. Essential to this is providing the time to meet with colleagues from around the state and learn about what works in Title programs and what the Oregon Department of Education recommends for program development. OACE is a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and as such devotes all its resources to further staff development and support for Oregon’s teachers, administrators, educational assistants and parents to provide a comprehensive educational experience for all students.
OACE MISSION STATEMENT
“OACE provides quality staff development and parental support to strengthen the educational experience for all students.”
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
OACE’s annual conference attracts parents, teachers, administrators, counselors, and others with an interest in comprehensive education for all students. Past conferences have enjoyed more than 300 participants from around Oregon as well as the world. Keynote speakers, workshops, exhibitors, vendors, and pre- and post-conference symposia highlight this three-day event.
This year, the conference will be held the Seaside Convention Center in Seaside, Oregon. The theme of this conference will be “Every Student Succeeds: Equity, Empowerment, and Engagement.” This year’s conference will focus on delivering training which will highlight strategies and techniques that educators and parents can use to more effectively support children’s education from cradle to career.
Invited Keynote Speakers include:
• Heather Anderson – Oregon’s 2016 Teacher of the Year
• Guadalupe (Wally) Ybarra – Culture Consultant/College Facilitator
• Melissa Junge – Federal/Regional Representative to discuss the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Individuals or organizations with a desire to support Title-funded school districts with books, learning materials, websites, computer software, or other information and resources for parents and educators should attend.
YOU ARE INVITED
Exhibitors (non-profit) and vendors are invited to attend this special event to connect to parents, teachers, administrators and others from around Oregon. Tables for vendors start at $150, non-profit exhibitors may come at no charge. For more information, visit www.oace.info.
Does your marketing strategy include targeting Title I funded schools and districts? If so, set up a booth at the OACE 24th Annual Winter Conference, January 26-28, 2017 at the Convention Center in Seaside, Oregon.
FAQ: AM I A VENDOR OR EXHIBITOR?
We’ve provided the following definitions to help you decide:
Vendor: Businesses that sell a product (i.e., books, educational material, etc.) or an organization (such as a college or university) whose sole purpose is to recruit.**
⇒Vendors, please use the online vendor application form to register for the OACE 24th Annual Winter Conference. The deadline for submitting the application is December 16, 2017.
Exhibitor: For those selling products as a means of fundraising for a non-profit or a small organization, or local artisans selling handmade goods.**
Non-Profit: Any organization that is providing free resources and information without selling any products or services.
⇒Exhibitors & Non-Profits, please use the online exhibitor application form to register for the OACE 24th Annual Winter Conference.
Please be advised that credit cards are now accepted as payment!
To learn more about OACE and our annual winter conference, please consult our informational Vendor Prospectus. This prospectus details your company’s options for conference participation.