Convincing Your Boss that NACSACon is Right for You

Convincing Your Boss that NACSACon is Right for You

As a leader in the field of authorizing, the best way to serve students is by continuously reflecting on new and different ways of listening to, and acting from, your communities’ needs. You must make connections. You must meet people in your field who have faced similar problems and have found innovative solutions. In short: you must find opportunities to learn. And what better way to get out there, connect with peers from across the country, and improve your skills than by attending the NACSACon22: Excellence from Communities. 

Given resources are increasingly scarce, it’s important to be able to share why attending NACSACon is worthwhile. Here are our favorite reasons to join us in October:

ONCE-A-YEAR NETWORKING YOU CAN’T PASS UP. 

From our welcome reception, to mingling in the halls between each session, you’ll have ample opportunity to connect with more than 400 leaders in the authorizing field. It’s amazing what you can learn by picking the brains of others who have dealt with similar challenges your team or community is facing.

RETURN TO THE OFFICE WITH NEW IDEAS AND ACTIONABLE PLANS TO IMPLEMENT THEM. 

Each session is designed so that you walk away with new strategies, frameworks, and ideas to tackle the issues that matter most to you. Learn how to create high-quality educational opportunities that put the needs and aspirations of your community first. 

IT’S NOT JUST AN AUTHORIZING CONFERENCE.  

Effective authorizers must build coalitions, create buy-in from key stakeholders, and manage changes in leadership at the top. NACSACon is a leadership conference, not just an authorizing conference. Quality leadership is the key to quality education. Attend NACSACon to learn, listen, and act.

Still need more reasons to share with your supervisor? View our full schedule of sessions here 

We look forward to seeing you in Minneapolis at NACSACon 22: Excellence from Communities.  

Register TODAY!


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