Essentials of Professional Development Sponsorship Opportunities

NACAC will be hosting at least six Essentials of Professional Development programs in 2017! These programs provide training for K-12 school counselors who support college admission counseling in public school systems around the country.

NACAC’s Education and Training team targets public school districts that have a large student-to-counselor ratio, and have high proportions of low-income and underserved students. NACAC provides the meeting space, speakers, and breakfast/lunch. The only cost to the school district is the take home Fundamentals of College Admission Counseling textbook and curriculum guide Step by Step: College Awareness and Planning for Families, Counselors and Communities flash drive, which is given to each attendee.

We are looking for sponsors to help offset some program costs, and if a program is exclusively sponsored, the program will be completely free to the school district!

Benefits to Sponsor:

  • Opening plenary session (opportunity to host a full session in front of ALL attendees)
  • Recognition in all event email correspondence with counselors
  • Recognition on event signage
  • Recognition in pre-event press release

Essentials Program Locations & Dates:

  • Syracuse, NY– January 30
  • Alexandria – March 10
  • Montgomery County, MD – November 3
  • Louisville, KY – March 8, 2018
  • New York City, NY 
  • Cincinnati, OH

$3,000 – Inclusive sponsorship of one Essentials program

$6,000 – Exclusive sponsorship of one Essentials program

For more information, please contact Megan LaVine at 703.299.6845.

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Webinar Sponsorship Opportunties

Webinar sponsorship includes a 1-2 minute commercial, and use of 1 slide before the educational content presentation.

GWI Sponsorship Opportunities

Promote your organization and increase your brand recognition with an audience of 100-150 admission and enrollment professionals involved in the recruitment of underserved populations of students (low-income, first-generation, students of color, international, LGBTQ).