CLOSE
Relax, we can help.
With so many features and functions, we fully understand that getting the software to do what you want can be daunting at times.
  • You can also submit a support ticket.
  • YIKES!
    CHANGES SAVED
    SESSION EXPIRED
    We appreciate that your browser hung out with us for so long, but your session has expired! If you want to register, we need to refresh your connection. We limit session time to 30 minutes for your security and to free up unused registration slots for others.
    SESSION EXPIRED
    Your session on this page has expired. We expire your session to protect your information in case you sit on a page too long with no activity.
    CREATE ACCOUNT
    ACCOUNT TYPE:
    Please enter your access code!
    CREATE ACCOUNT
    ACCOUNT TYPE:
    CONTACT HOST
    Primary Contact:
    JJ Norman
    Email | 571-323-5919

    Event Coordinator:
    John Norman
    Email | (571) 323-5919 | (615) 517-1906

    SHARE
    Overview
    Register ▸
    THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!

    Be a Force for Your Students and Your Career!

    Don’t miss this opportunity to join us in Washington, D.C., this June, for mentoring and professional development that will empower you to be the advocate you need to be, for yourself, and for your students. Help lead our next steps in this new era for music education.


    Advocacy Matters.

    Congress may seem a million miles away, but it isn’t. YOUR passion and engagement helped upend No Child Left Behind to bring about the new Every Student Succeeds Act, and just recently, you’ve garnered tremendous support for the GAAME Act: legislation which will improve student access to sequential, standards-based music education taught by licensed educators.

    Hill Day 2018 was a massive success. Collegiate delegates from thirty-one states advocated for music education in over two hundred congressional meetings, illuminating a promising future for the arts:

    • 79% of offices indicated support for Title IV funding, with 69% signaling support for full funding of Title IV, Part A.
    •  99% of offices expressed interest in supporting music education in some capacity, such as more federal funding to support education in general, connection to Career Technical Education, and development of culturally diverse music curricula.
    • 72% of offices were identified as potential co-sponsors of the GAAME Act. Since Hill Day, the bill’s list of co-sponsors has grown by more than twenty members.



    Registration: Closed
    All times are Eastern Time (unless otherwise specified)
    Event Dates
    JUN
    17
    MONDAY
    to
    JUN
    19
    WEDNESDAY
    8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
    Registration Closes
    May 31, 2019 @ 11:55 pm
    Location
    Address
    Washington Hilton
    1919 Connecticut Ave NW
    Washington, DC  USA
    Selection Options
    US Dollar
     
    collegiate advocacy summit
    Full Summit Collegiate Member
    Full Summit Collegiate Member
    1/141 LEFT $ 150.00 
    Tuesday Jun 26, 2018 @  07:00:AM  —  09:00:PM

    Full Access to the Collegiate Advocacy Summit



    When you select this, you also get (at no additional charge):
    • T-Shirt
     
     
    free item
    T-Shirt
    T-Shirt
    FREE! 
    Commemorative T-Shirt
     
    Attendee Registration
    POWERED BY