Join Us on the Cutting Edge of Entrepreneurial Education
We have created an amazing and informative conference for excited, Entrepreneurial-focused Professional Educators.
The conference is in the breathtaking, historic city of Mobile, Alabama from October 7-10, 2016 and is being held in the beautiful downtown Marriott Riverview Plaza Hotel.
Forum 2016 Speakers
Albemarle County Public Schools
Dr. Gene Coulson
Executive Director of EntreEd
Director for STEM & CTE at Certiport
Hayley Van Antwerp
Executive Director of Innovation PortAL
Todd Greer, PhD
Organizational Leadership, Regent University
Fortune 500 Technology Executive
Professor of Engineering, Arizona State University
Director, Entrepreneurship Center, Central Community College
Director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Metropolitan Regional Career & Technical Education
Horace Robertson – Secretary/Treasurer for The Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education.
Ashley Greenway – first grade teacher at Elm Street Elementary in Rome, Georgia.
Cheryl Young – an accomplished, award-winning educator with an extra passion for teaching entrepreneurship in K-12 schools.
Charles Thomas – Principal of Arnoldsburg Elementary, Arnoldsburg WV
Melanie Arthur – Principal, Calhoun County Middle/High School, Mt Zion, WV
Bryan Sterns – Director, Calhoun-Gilmer Regional Career Center, Grantsville, WV
We have created an amazing and informative conference for excited, Entrepreneurial-focused Professional Educators. The conference is in the breathtaking, historic city of Mobile, Alabama from October 7-10, 2016.
Just as a preview of the exciting program we are planning, here is our EntreEd Forum Keynote presentation on Saturday morning:
Chad Ratliff – Unleashing the Future: How Entrepreneurial Thinking and the Maker Movement can transform K12 Classrooms for Teachers and Students.
Chad is using the maker movement to inspire young minds in the Albemarle School District. We are not adequately preparing students for the global economy where the creative application of content and skills is necessary to thrive. Chad is an innovator and has implemented “STEAM” across his school district and has represented his district at the White House, presented to the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Find out more about Chad and his mission here.
Get Registered Now! Register and reserve your hotel room now for this extraordinary event! Make your travel plans now Arrive October 7 for the pre-conference session on the morning of the 7th or arrive in time for the Opening session the evening of the 7th. The closing session will end On the 10th at 12:30 PM.
Go to Register for Forum 2016
$489 for new member rate (registration and Ambassador Level membership)
$529 for nonmember
Free – The Celebration! ticket with registration by August 31. Basic Registration includes breakfast, luncheon, breaks, miscellaneous conference materials, and all professional development programming. All educators from schools in the Consortium member states are eligible for member pricing.
Bring the team! Schools and school districts are encouraged to bring a team of leaders interested in building 21st Century Entrepreneurship programs. Bring your faculty, counselors, curriculum specialists, advisory committee members, and local administrators involved in Entrepreneurship Education. Deep discounts: 30% discount for the third and all additional registrations from an individual school.
The Hotel The Forum hotel is the Marriott Riverview Plaza Hotel in the heart of Mobile. Featuring an unbeatable downtown location and a wide range of outstanding amenities, the Renaissance Mobile Riverview Plaza Hotel provides an award-winning home base for business and leisure travelers alike. This is going to be awesome!!!
Click here to read all about the Forum 2016 speakers and their presentations.