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September Newsletter


I hope this message finds you well and in good health. I want to share with you our plans for the annual MCEC conference. As you know, COVID 19 has put a damper on many in-person events. Unfortunately, the annual MCEC conference, which is usually held at the beginning of March, will not be held in-person. However, there is good news. We are transitioning to a virtual conference event! We are beyond excited about this opportunity and working hard to ensure that we maintain the quality sessions, exhibit hall, and networking opportunities that many have come to know and love about the MCEC conference. In fact, many of the same events will still be in place including Wednesday workshops, the State of the State, and the Keynote presentation. This virtual format will allow us to maintain the health and safety of our members and conference attendees. Please save the date for our annual conference. It will be held March 3-5, 2021. We hope that you will join us! As our partners in this valuable work, we greatly appreciate your engagement as presenters, participants, colleagues, and learners. More information is forthcoming on the MCEC website located here: Keep an eye on it for the most up-to-date conference information.

As always, MCEC strives to be responsive to the needs of our members. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to connect with me on Twitter or via email. Remember, we are all in this together!

Andrea (Angie) Jasper
Michigan CEC President
Twitter: @and_daphne_jaz

Posted:  1 September, 2020
Author: Andrea Jasper

President of Michigan CEC

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