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2022 NEWN Conference

**LIVE, IN-PERSON** 2022 NEWN Conference Registration, CWD 1055-64, 36316 - Live, In-Person Registration

$89
Calendar Oct 14, 2022 at 8 am

***Live, In-Person Attendance Only***

HCC requires anyone in person on the campus to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.  For the in person component of this conference only, you will be asked a series of questions during checkout, and then will be contacted at a later date for verification.  If you cannot or do not comply, you will be refunded and not allowed to attend in person.

This does not apply to the virtual conference.  If you prefer the Virtual (Zoom) option, return to the homepage to select the Virtual (Zoom) Registration option.

The New England Workforce Network (NEWN) Conference is a collaborative effort with workforce professionals from all over New England. This year's theme is Reimagining the Workforce, reflecting the turbulent times and the tremendous synergistic value of planning and acting in concert with the various stakeholders in workforce areas. NEWN was conceived in 2001 in response to the desire among workforce development providers to share best practices and network in a larger context that goes beyond state boundaries. Since 2002, NEWN has held 11 conferences that focused on a range of topics that resonate among professionals who are involved in workforce development within community colleges, workforce development boards, economic development agencies and other settings.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Jack Warner joined Education Strategy Group in July 2015 as a Senior Advisor helping advance ESG's work with higher education systems and institutions. Prior to joining ESG, Jack served as Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the South Dakota Board of Regents overseeing six public universities in South Dakota. Prior to his service in South Dakota, Jack was Commissioner of the Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education from 2002-2009, responsible for governance and policy oversight of Rhode Island's public system of higher education. Jack also spent nearly five years as Vice Chancellor of the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education and 17 years as Dean of Student affairs at Bristol Community College in Fall River, MA.  Jack taught in the Boston College Graduate School of Education for 18 years. Jack holds degrees in Education Administration from Boston College (Ed.D.), Student Affairs Administration from Springfield College (M.Ed), and Psychology from the University of Vermont (B.A)

More details available at www.hcc.edu/newn22

Registration Details:  You may attend in person or virtually over zoom.  This listing is for the IN PERSON Registration only.  If you prefer the Virtual (Zoom) option, return to the homepage to select the Virtual (Zoom) Registration option.

$89 for anyone registering on or before September 14 whether for the in-person or virtual conference.

$109 for anyone registering after September 14 whether for the in-person or virtual conference

***Live In-Person Attendance Only***

**VIRTUAL (Zoom)** 2022 NEWN Conference Registration, CWD 1055-64, 36316 - Virtual (Zoom) Registration

$89
Calendar Oct 14, 2022 at 8 am

***Virtual Attendance over Zoom Only***

The New England Workforce Network (NEWN) Conference is a collaborative effort with workforce professionals from all over New England. This year's theme is Reimagining the Workforce, reflecting the turbulent times and the tremendous synergistic value of planning and acting in concert with the various stakeholders in workforce areas. NEWN was conceived in 2001 in response to the desire among workforce development providers to share best practices and network in a larger context that goes beyond state boundaries. Since 2002, NEWN has held 11 conferences that focused on a range of topics that resonate among professionals who are involved in workforce development within community colleges, workforce development boards, economic development agencies and other settings.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Jack Warner joined Education Strategy Group in July 2015 as a Senior Advisor helping advance ESG's work with higher education systems and institutions. Prior to joining ESG, Jack served as Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the South Dakota Board of Regents overseeing six public universities in South Dakota. Prior to his service in South Dakota, Jack was Commissioner of the Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education from 2002-2009, responsible for governance and policy oversight of Rhode Island's public system of higher education. Jack also spent nearly five years as Vice Chancellor of the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education and 17 years as Dean of Student affairs at Bristol Community College in Fall River, MA.  Jack taught in the Boston College Graduate School of Education for 18 years. Jack holds degrees in Education Administration from Boston College (Ed.D.), Student Affairs Administration from Springfield College (M.Ed), and Psychology from the University of Vermont (B.A)

More details available at www.hcc.edu/newn22

Registration Details:  You may attend in person or virtually over zoom.  This listing is for the Virtual (Zoom) Registration only.  If you prefer the Live, In-Person option, return to the homepage to select the Live, In-Person Registration option.

$89 for anyone registering on or before September 14 whether for the in-person or virtual conference.

$109 for anyone registering after September 14 whether for the in-person or virtual conference

***Zoom link will be sent 24hrs before the conference***





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