ASPIRE Fall Conference - 2017

Friday, November 03 2017, 7:45 AM - 4:30 PM [PST]

Lane Community College - Center for Meeting & Learning (Building 19), Eugene, OR, United States


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Early Bird Registration Partial Approval -$25.00

For attendees able to register really early for the conference, they will receive a discount on their registration price.

Regular registration Partial Approval - $30.00

For attendees who are able to register early for the conference.

Late Registration Partial Approval -$40.00

For attendees who need to register for the event within the last two weeks before the event.

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Event Information

Friday, November 03 2017, 7:45 AM - 4:30 PM [PST]

About the Events

The ASPIRE Fall Conference is an opportunity for ASPIRE volunteers, coordinators, staff, and other community members across Oregon to come together for a day of learning and collaboration. Typical session topics include foster youth resources, financial aid, Ford Scholars, serving undocumented students, OSAC Scholarship Application, ASPIRE volunteer recruitment, and much more.


Event Parking:

Ample parking is available at Lane Community College.

Lots C, D, E, and L are recommended as most convenient for the conference. Parking is free of charge and does not require a permit/pass.



Payments can be made by check submitted by mail prior to the event or on the day of the event, or may be submitted by cash on the day of the event, although advance payment is preferred.


Hotel Accommodations:

A limited number of rooms are available at a discounted rate (on a first-come, first-served basis) for conference attendees at the Comfort Suites hotel in Eugene. Take advantage of this discount by contacting the hotel directly (541) 343-7000 and mention the ASPIRE Fall Conference group.

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About the Organizer

ASPIRE is a mentoring program that matches trained and supportive adult volunteer mentors with middle and high school students to develop a plan to help them meet their education goals beyond high school.