2018 Southwest Regional Conference is sponsored by the Texas Cooperative Education & Internship Association (TxCEIA) and provides career services professionals and faculty from two and four year colleges in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas a forum to discuss topics and issues in cooperative education and internships.
The Southwest Regional Conference will be held July 26-27, 2018 in Fort Worth, TX!
Thursday, July 26, 2018
Registration 12:00pm – 12:45pm
Topic: DFW Regional Workforce Leadership Council Report
Topic: Workforce Recruitment Program
Career Center Panel
Friday, July 27, 2018
Best Practices Round Table Discussions
Marketable Skills (30x60)
Employer Outreach and Recruitment
LinkedIn and Networking
Data & Analytics
Legislative & Legal Update
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FEE THROUGH JUNE 30, 2018
Early bird registration fee by credit card OR mail-in check: $225.00
REGULAR REGISTRATION FEE JULY 1 - 15, 2018
- Regular conference registration fee by credit card OR mail-in check: $275.00
late CONFERENCE REGISTRATION after july 16 and AT THE DOOR
Late conference registration - FLAT FEE OF $325, CHECK ONLY.
For late/on-site registration or any questions regarding payment for the event, please contact Jimmie Henslee. Mail checks to Jimmie Henslee, 972-647-0443, 214-538-0355, P.O. Box 535111, Grand Prairie, Texas 75053. If you need an invoice, email Jimmie at JJHenslee@aol.com.
PLEASE NOTE: JULY 2, 2018 IS THE CUT OFF DATE FOR HOTEL RESERVATIONS. CALL TODAY
TO SECURE YOUR ROOM(S)
Location: Embassy Suites, 600 Commerce Street, Ft. Worth, TX 76102, 817-332-6900
Hotel Rate: $139.00 per night plus tax (available until June 30, 2018)
Daily hotel parking $15.00, overnight parking $26.00
For Hotel and Conference Registration questions, please email email@example.com
Graduate Student Registration Rate
Graduate students have the opportunity to partake in the conference by paying a discounted rate of $100. To be considered for the graduate student rate, please note the following:
· Individuals enrolled in degree granting programs of accredited colleges/ universities who have demonstrated interest in the career services, employer relations, and internship & Co-Op coordinator professions and who are not employed full-time in the profession. Student members are eligible to attend conferences and workshops, and serve on committees, but cannot vote or hold office.
· Membership dues shall be half (1/2) of the full individual membership rate. Student membership is not available to those who would qualify for membership under the Regular membership category. Student membership eligibility ends six months after the completion of the degree, or upon employment in the field, whichever comes first.