ACCED-I connects collegiate conference and events professionals to knowledge and ideas that keep them ahead of the game in this unique industry.
- In-person educational and networking events
- Roundtable discussions by phone when it isn’t possible to leave campus
- Online resources to help you navigate the industry through benchmarking and salary studies, sample documents, and interactive forums
- Advance your career, or find the right staff, through the Career Center
Be a part of a community that understands what you do. . . join us!
Early bird registration is open for the ACCED-I 40th Annual Conference being held March 29 - April 1, 2020!
The conference features a variety of educational sessions and numerous networking opportunities for conference and events professionals, as well as an Expo Hall featuring industry-leading suppliers. Early bird registration is happening now through February 7th so register today
ACCED-I Award Recipients will be honored at this year's Recognition Luncheon being held on Monday, March 30th. To view the full list of award nominees, visit the website here . Additional hotel and travel information for the conference has recently been added to the website here. Remember to check back often for more updates!
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