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Mitigating Student Risk Factors Through Alternative Education

CONFERENCES

Join Our Conference to Learn About Alternative Education

Reasons to attend the GAAE conference

  1. You may meet people with similar interests and experiences that may help you expand your network and circle of influence.
  2. Your mind may be open to new opportunities
  3. Your mind may be challenged to consider new ideas and theories.
  4. Your heart may be inspired and encouraged.
  5. You may have an opportunity to exhibit, demonstrate, or share your ideas, products or services.
  6. You may have an opportunity to build potential partnerships and relationships that will help you personally or professionally.
  7. You might be inspired to write or create something new–a new product, expand an idea, develop a thought.
  8. You may receive answers to difficult or challenging questions that you have been considering.
  9. You may meet members of the media and establish new possible PR opportunities.  
  10. You may realize how completely amazing your life is and be grateful for the mentors who wish to support you in your journey ahead

If you’re looking to meet folks who can help you answer questions about your school or program, there’s no better place to do so than a conference. Get there early, make a plan for who you want to connect and reconnect with.

Almost every conference has keynote sessions meant to inspire you to perform at a higher level or think about things differently. This is one of my favorite parts of the conferences I attend because it gets me moving in the right direction.

Most conferences have breakout sessions presented and facilitated by experts in the field.  You can learn a LOT from them if you take time to listen to the speaker AND listen to the folks who ask questions, especially if they ask questions you have or questions you have the answer to.

If there were no sponsors, there would be no conferences. Most conferences offer time to interact with the sponsors, time to ask those questions to learn from them, and to gather a little more information so you can learn more about them, all in a safe, low-pressure environment.

Learn what new and innovative program options are working in Georgia as well as in other parts of the nation.

If you’re looking to meet folks who can help you answer questions about your school or program, there’s no better place to do so than a conference. Get there early, make a plan for who you want to connect and reconnect with.

Almost every conference has keynote sessions meant to inspire you to perform at a higher level or think about things differently. This is one of my favorite parts of the conferences I attend because it gets me moving in the right direction.

Most conferences have breakout sessions presented and facilitated by experts in the field.  You can learn a LOT from them if you take time to listen to the speaker AND listen to the folks who ask questions, especially if they ask questions you have or questions you have the answer to.

If there were no sponsors, there would be no conferences. Most conferences offer time to interact with the sponsors, time to ask those questions to learn from them, and to gather a little more information so you can learn more about them, all in a safe, low-pressure environment.

Learn what new and innovative program options are working in Georgia as well as in other parts of the nation.