Register today for the 2014 TG Annual Training Conference
Learn, grow, and make connections at the 2014 TG Annual Training Conference. Providing industry training, networking opportunities, and professional development, the conference helps attendees maximize their knowledge and enhance their student services.
This year's conference theme — Making Connections — highlights the benefits of connecting with colleagues to share ideas and strategies about the big issues facing counselors and educator.
Scheduled for April 8-10, the conference will take place at the Omni Austin Hotel at Southpark.
Registrants can attend for one, two, or three full days, and conference registration fees are waived for high school and middle school counselors. Don't miss this opportunity!
Sessions of particular interest to counselors will include:
- You Say More Than You Think: How to Analyze Body Language to Build Trust
- Two sessions with John Ulzheimer, President, The Ulzheimer Group, LLC:
- The New Realities and Impacts of Credit Reporting and Scoring*
- Credit Workshop*
- Ethics and Free Resources for Schools and Students
- Financial literacy and pre-college success train-the-trainer sessions, including:
- Managing Credit: Priorities and Pitfalls*
- Completing the FAFSA
*The TG Financial Literacy Program is Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) approved to be used to teach Texas students basic skills and concepts of money management. Graduates of TG Train-the-Trainer classes are eligible to teach these topics and to use free financial literacy materials provided by TG in their classes. TG Train-the-Trainer session participants who are Accredited Financial Counselors (AFCs) can also qualify for continuing education units (CEUs) from the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE).
Learn more and register today
Register by Friday, March 21, 2014 to take advantage of early registration fees!
To speak with someone directly about the conference, contact Judith Cunningham, TG event planning coordinator, at (800) 252-9743, ext. 2905, or send an email message to email@example.com.