The 2019 Educators Rising National Conference will take place June 22-25, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency in Dallas, TX. All are invited to participate in this unique opportunity for students and their teacher leaders to compete, connect, and learn together.
Registration will open in February 2019, and further details, including the program book, will be posted here in Spring 2019.
Sponsorship, Exhibition, and Advertising Opportunities
Nonprofit, for-profit, and public sector organizations focused on education are invited to sponsor, exhibit, and advertise during this one-of-a-kind event. Participating in the Educators Rising National Conference is a high-impact way to connect with high school students and gain exposure for your school, program, or product.
If you’re interested in getting involved at the 2019 conference, please contact Boosaba Tan, Senior Development Manager, at 571-814-5417 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018 Educators Rising National Conference
On June 21-24, 2018, over 1,300 Educators Rising students and their teacher leaders gathered in Orlando, FL for four jammed-packed days of competitions, breakout sessions, and thought-provoking dialogue. Congratulations to our outstanding competition winners, all of whom are listed in the Ed Rising Virtual Campus.
We want to make sure the important conversations started during this year’s conference do not end in Orlando. We encourage anyone who wants to continue the dialogue, as well as those who couldn’t make it this year, to join the 2018 Ed Rising Conference Discussion Facebook group to continue conversations around important topics in education with your peers.
Educators Rising thanks our sponsors for their support of the 2018 Educators Rising National Conference.
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2018 College and Innovation Exhibit Fair Participants
Appalachian State University — Boone, North Carolina Campbell University — Buies Creek, North Carolina Elon University School of Education — Elon, North Carolina ETS — Princeton, New Jersey Florida State University, School of Teacher Education — Tallahassee, Florida Grand Canyon University — Phoenix, Arizona Lake Erie College — Painesville, Ohio National Association of Community College Teacher Education Programs (NACCTEP) — Tempe, Arizona Nova Southeastern University — Fort Lauderdale, Florida Southeastern University — Lakeland, Florida The University of Texas at Austin — Austin, Texas Touro Graduate School of Education — New York, New York Towson University College of Education — Towson, Maryland Troy University — Troy, Alabama University of Central Florida — Orlando, Florida University of North Georgia — Dahlonega, Georgia University of Northwestern – St. Paul — St. Paul, Minnesota Urban Teachers — Baltimore, Maryland
EdRising Virtual Campus
A dynamic, free online community with one goal: to help students become great teachers