The momentum is building towards a culture of completion. Register today for the 2019 Florida College Access Network Summit and learn how Florida’s education and community leaders are making an impact by investing in promising practices that put students first.
The theme for this year’s summit is “Candid Conversations,” and the event will take place May 7-8 at the Rosen Centre Orlando.
Among the highlights at the 2019 FCAN Summit:
- Keynote Dr. Russell Lowery-Hart, President of Amarillo College and Aspen Presidential Fellow
- Keynote Anthony Jack, author of “The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students”
- “Walk in Their Shoes” poverty simulation by Michael Gutter, University of Florida/IFAS
- “Unlikely” documentary screening with filmmaker Adam Fenderson
- Over 40 sessions featuring innovative approaches to breaking down barriers to student success, including college access, success and completion, affordability, career readiness and workforce development, equity spotlight and collective impact.
- Policy developments
The registration fee is $325, and there is a special early registration rate of $275 available through April 5. Sponsor and exhibitor opportunities are also available.
Visit fcansummit.org to register and learn how you can connect with 400 peer professionals from throughout the state.
You can also check out our electronic press kit for access to 2019 FCAN Summit materials.