Should I be a sponsor? Should I present? Should I do both?
The Education + Business Summit is getting back to business in 2022. The South Carolina Department of Education will deliver the 2022 Summit live and in-person, June 27-30, Greenville Convention Center.
The Summit is uniquely designed for Career and Technical Education (CTE) professionals in SC and they are eager to be back in-person to expand their network and their knowledge about your organizations’ career pathways, products, and programs. Informational presentations delivered by EBS Sponsors and other Organizations will be integral to this professional development experience for the 1000+ educators, administrators, career specialists and school counselors, expected to attend. Your organization will have a captured audience of professionals who are committed to providing career exploration opportunities, integrating academics and technical skill building with focus on preparing students for the future workforce pipeline.
Register now for Sponsorships and presentations and let’s get back to the business of education in SC! If you aren't sure how to maximize your marketing dollars with this incredibly engaged audience, reach out to me and together we can find the right fit for your organization.
Suzi Raiford MAT, GCDF
Business and Industry Liaison
Office of Career and Technical Education & Student Transitions Services
South Carolina Department of Education
1429 Senate Street
Columbia, SC 29201
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