PTA is one of the nation’s oldest and most successful advocacy organizations and has advocated for children since 1897 nationally and since 1925 in Utah. PTA has always been at the forefront in supporting laws that benefit children. PTA members advocate for children in the local school, in the school district, before school boards, in city and county commissions, in the state legislature and many other places. Come and learn the who, what, where, and why of advocacy.
Remember the following regarding attendance at Utah PTA Conferences and Conventions:
Funds used to attend the conference are legitimate PTA expenses; expenses include registration fees, meals, and all other expenses that may be related to the conference. You must have a receipt to receive any reimbursement.
Registrations recieved online through 5:00 pm October 17 will include lunch. If you register Onsite the registration cost will not include lunch.
See parking information below: The Conference will be held in th Student Center (STC). The college has arranged for attendees to park in lot K and lot L. If you part elsewhere you will get a ticket or if you are in the visitor parking area it may cost you over $4 or more to park for the day.
Keynote Speaker - 1:15 - 2:45 pm: Mauricio Velasquez, Mauricio has trained over 250,000 employees, managers, and executives in the areas of diversity, mentoring, and multicultural marketing and selling.
Utah PTA Advocacy Conference will begin 9:00 am, October 24, 2012 in the Oak room of the Student Center on the Salt Lake Community College Redwood Campus located at 4600 Redwood Road in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Online registration is closed.
Click below on Workshop pages for Workshop information or on pdf link at the bottom of the page: