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Have you submitted your IU CIBER scholarship application yet for NACCE 2018? They are due July 31. Learn more and apply here.


Don't forget that early bird pricing lasts until August 31, so don't delay and register today!


NACCE is pleased to announce that Debbie Cooley, Founder & President at M-Pak, Inc., is one of our keynote speakers this year! Debbie Cooley began her career in 1974 with a National packaging supplier as the first woman hired for outside sales in the history of the company. In 1999, with $10,000 in savings, Debbie started M-Pak, Inc. Debbie has built M-Pak from first year sales of $133,000 to a current $11,500,000 company. M-Pak, an industrial packaging and tactical gear supplier with 4 locations in the U.S., has won numerous awards including SBA Vendor of the Year, Entrepreneur of Excellence, Entrepreneur Hall of Fame, and Inc. Magazine's Top 5000 for 5 consecutive years.

Hear from Debbie and many other entrepreneurial catalysts at NACCE 2018!

Keynote Highlight: Debbie Cooley, Founder & President, M-Pak, Inc.

Debbie Cooley


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Be sure your travel plans allow you to attend our preconferences!

Preconference Highlight: Why Aren't More Community Colleges Bidding for the Billions of Federal Contract Awards, When It's So Similar to Applying for Grants {in partnership with GPI}



Date & Time: Sunday, October 7 from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Omni Fort Worth Hotel

Description: The Federal Government is the largest buyer of goods and services in the world and has a distinct Procurement process. Community Colleges will begin to understand how it is uniquely positioned to provide the Federal government with a significantly broader scope of goods and services than ever realized. Participants learn about resources and techniques to identify contract opportunities for Community Colleges and develop marketing strategies to effectively market to the Federal Government. Meanwhile, you will also learn how to create an infrastructure to support the identification, proposal responses and management of Federal contracts without an additional strain on existing faculty and staff.

Upon leaving the session, participants will be able to:

  • Build Capacity without additional work requirements for existing Faculty.
  • Generate Significant Revenue with minimum Capital resources
  • Create Cutting Edge Career Path for Students
  • Natural Beacon & Resource for Community Development


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