Are you currently preparing high school students for the future by placing them in experiential education/internship experiences? Experiential education experiences should be accessible for all students to help with choices in being college, career, and life ready. The Cooperative Education and Internship Association (CEIA) remains the leader in providing professional development and resources to practitioners in the fields of cooperative education and internship program management.
Please consider joining us in Chicago for our Annual Conference, March 31 – April 2, 2019. This year’s theme is Experiential Learning on the Rise!
Why attend the Annual Conference?
Targeted sessions for secondary educators include:
Nuts and Bolts: Building Experiential Education/Internship Experiences for High School Students
Whether an organization is creating an internship program, or preparing to take a program to scale, we will provide the resources to serve as a basis for institutions to transform their approach.
We will take an in-depth look into a formal program design, an overview of guiding practices, and structure of the program, structure to develop and grow community support and industry partner engagement, data tracking of experiences and partnerships, and leveraging creative funding sources.
Communities of Practice: In-Depth Profiles of Different Community Partnership Engagement Providing High School Students Work Experience
An interactive overview of 3 different high school program models including program/structure, types and levels of engagement, initiating, building, and maintaining relationships, and employability skills.
REGISTRATION: Visit the CEIA website to learn more: High School Day Pass
LOCATION: The High School Day Pass program will run on Monday, April 1, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm at the Westin Chicago River North, 320 North Dearborn Ave, Chicago.
AGENDA: Monday’s program includes the following:
8:45–9:00am, Welcome and Continental Breakfast
9:00–10:15am, Keynote Speaker – Dr. Jillian Kinzie, Associate Director, Center for Postsecondary Research and the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
10:15–10:30am, Digital Lounge networking activities
10:30–11:45am, Interactive Breakout Session
The Power of Experiential Learning at the Secondary Level: A Nuts and Bolts Presentation on Building Internship Experiences for High School Students, Krista Paul, Assistant Director of Career and Technical Education, High School District 214
12:00–1:15pm, Networking Luncheon
1:45–3:00pm, Interactive Breakout Session
Communities of Practice Panel: In-Depth Profiles of Different Community Partnership Engagement Providing High School Students Work Experience
3:15–4:30pm, Speed Sessions (25 minutes each) some of the topics include:
Building Partnerships to Support Students with Disabilities and Disclosure Concerns, Campus Partner & Employer Relations, Engaging with the Local Community for Talent Pipeline Development, and more!
Registration Deadlines: High School Day Pass registrations are due March 1, 2019
Cancellation/Refund Policy: All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing by February 1, 2019. No refunds will be issued after that date. A $100 refund fee will be charged on all cancellations. Refunds will be processed after the conference.
Special Accommodations & ASL Interpreters: If you require special accommodations to fully participate in this conference, please send a written description of your needs to email@example.com . We will need these requests by February 1, 2019.
Conference Fees: High School Day Pass registration is $285 for the one day program. This fee includes a continental breakfast, general session, speed sessions, buffet lunch, employer panel, and two interactive breakout sessions. The fee does not include a CEIA membership.
Parking Fees valet parking for the day is $69.
Full payment by check or credit card must accompany online conference registration. Sorry, no Purchase Orders. Do them internally and send the check to us with copy of online submission. MasterCard or VISA credit card payments only. Payment due by deadlines listed on registration form to secure rates.
Questions: Contact the CEIA Office at 513-793-2342 or firstname.lastname@example.org Federal Tax ID #23-702515