You know by now that on Feb. 6, Texans from all over the state will be coming together for a day of learning, advocacy, and networking at The Children's Policy Conference. But did you know right now
is the best time to let us know you'll be there? Here's why:
1. Our big discount deadline is Saturday!
After Dec. 1, our standard registration price kicks in, but if you sign up this week
you can get the full day of compelling kids’ issues workshops, keynote presentations from leaders in the field, insightful panel discussions, breakfast, lunch, Capitol visits, take-home resources, and downtown Austin parking for just $55. That's $25 off our standard pricing!
2. Get first dibs on workshops.
We have three session options–
covering a wide variety of kids' issues, from early education to juvenile justice–
during each workshop time.
Some workshops are filling up fast, but registering early means you’ll be able to get a slot in all the sessions that interest you most.
3. Enjoy all the take-home resources we're offering.
Everyone who registers for the conference will receive excellent, hands-on materials from presenters, take-home advocacy resources, and more, but we have a limited number of special resources made available through our partnerships with national advocacy organizations. We can promise these only to our early registrants.
4. Guarantee your spot.
Our conference is in a beautiful facility with great food and easy access to the Capitol, but the site, St. David's
, only has room for 200 people. Dozens from around the state have already let us know they're coming. The best way to make sure we save your
spot is to register now.
5. Pay half what a “late bird” pays.
Have you been thinking of joining us, but figuring you'll decide closer to the event? Unfortunately, we are unable to offer on-site registration for this conference, and even late registrations carry extra costs for us and for you. Registering three weeks before the conference costs almost twice as much as registering today.
Why pay so much more in January for something you can get at half that price right now?