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Higher Education Marketing May Events

Date posted: April 24, 2012

Higher Education Marketing May Events

May is a busy month in the education marketing world, and Higher Education Marketing will be attending a number of industry events across Canada.

These include:

The 2012 NACC Conference

The NACC conference (May 2 – 4) in Montreal will feature a number of speakers, including a motivational speech from François Langlois (the the third Quebecer to climb Mount Everest and the Seven Summits) and a session on ‘Motivating the Career College Student,’ by Richard Ashley, CEO of Enrollment Management Innovations.

Click here to register and find out more about the 2012 NACC Conference.

The 2012 ACCC World Congress

ACCC, in collaboration with Nova Scotia Community College, will host the World Congress of the WFCP (May 26 – 29).  Over 1,200 institutional leaders, senior government officials, international partners, faculty and students will gather in Halifax for this event. Cross-cutting themes will include:

  • Local and Global Innovation
  • Indigenous Peoples
  • Access for the Disadvantaged
  • Sustainability
  • Transformational Leadership

Click here to find out more about the 2012 ACCC/World Congress.

The 2012 OACC Conference

The OACC Conference (May 30 – June 1) is being held at The Rosseau Marriott in Muskoka, Ontario (aka “Cottage Country”). As always, the OACC Conference will feature a wide range of exciting and relevant exhibitors from all levels of the education world. It’s the place to see and be seen, and we’re thrilled to be attending once again.

Click here to find out more about the 2012 OACC Conference.

Should you be attending any of these events, make sure to say hello to Higher Education Marketing, your source for analytics-driven marketing solutions!

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