Celebrate 90 Years of AACS in November!
Owner, Director, Compliance & Admissions Training
November 14 – 17, 2014
Educator Training, Nov. 16 – 17
BACK-UP HOTEL: Sheraton Phoenix | 340 N 3rd Street | 602-262-2500
The Hyatt is sold out. If you still need a room, we were able to get a discounted rate at the Sheraton, just two blocks from the convention center. Please call them directly at 602-262-2500 to make your reservations and mention “AACS” or book online.
Pricing (Includes Roaring ’20s Party!)
Member Rate. By Oct. 17: $475 | After Oct. 17 or Onsite: $575
Group Rate (3+). By Oct. 17: $450 | After Oct. 17 or Onsite: $550
Non-Member Pricing. $675
Roaring ’20s Party (GRC Event)
Dance the night away with our live band at the GRC Fundraising Roaring ’20s Party! Don’t forget to wear your ’20s attire . The event will include drinks and appetizers. If you’ve paid for your attendee registration, you do NOT need to pay for the ticket. It is included in your registration.
Educator training attendees, board members, speakers, complimentary event goers and exhibitors purchase your ticket below for $75.
(Note: This event has historically cost $100 – $250 in the past)
Educator Training (Sunday & Monday)
Breakfast and lunch will be served each day and Sunday includes time for educators to join AACS Annual attendees in the Expo Hall to visit vendor booths. Educators can also purchase $75 tickets to attend the GRC Roaring 20s Party!
Title IX Coordinator Training ($100 fee)
Did you know that federal law requires all schools participating in FSA to have a Title IX Coordinator? Did you know that under federal law a school might be responsible for sexual harassment between students even if it happens off campus?
Find out everything you need to know to become a trained Title IX Coordinator. This comprehensive 2-hour training program will fulfill the Department of Education’s new requirement that all FSA schools have a trained Title IX Coordinator. Join AACS outside General Counsel, Edward Cramp, as he provides this critical, mandatory training. (Monday, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm)
(SCHOOL PERSONNEL ONLY – NO ASSOCIATES)
NACCAS Seminar: Developing a Financially Sound School
This highly interactive workshop serves as a group discussion of business practices that may help schools to develop a framework for maintaining financial stability. The target participants are individuals with limited knowledge of accounting and finance who have limited resources to assist them in managing their school’s financial affairs. Attendees should be prepared to share ideas of what they do on a weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual basis to monitor and help control their school’s financial position. (Friday, 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm)
Skin Care Discussion & Reception
This complimentary event is open to any school owner with a Skin Care program or if you’re thinking about adding one. Annet King, Director of Global Education for the International Dermal Institute, will be guest speaking about coaching your students into successful careers. This reception is open to school owners who have a skin care program at their school or are thinking of adding one. The discussion will also include drinks and heavy appetizers. Space is limited. (Friday, 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm)
Minority Owner Reception
Are you looking to connect with other minority school owners like yourself? AACS President Don Yearwood, along with Board members Frank Trieu and Tam Nguyen, who recently spearheaded AACS’ diversity mission, invite you to attend a private networking reception. Meet other minority school owners of AACS and share in food and drinks while you get to know each other. (Friday, 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm)