Early Education Directors' Day - La Mirada, CA

March 6, 2020 8:30 AM–March 6, 2020 3:45 PM
Biola University, 13800 Biola Ave., La Mirada, CA 90639


2020 Early Education Directors' Day 

Designed With A Purpose

"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." Jeremiah 29:11 NIV

Location

Biola University
13800 Biola Ave.
La Mirada, CA 90639

Registration Opens Soon!

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Keynote Speaker

Dr. Cindy Barnum serves ACSI Early Education as the Senior Coordinator in the eastern division. She has over 30 years of experience in education including teacher, administrator, board member, consultant, and missionary from early education through college-level in the United States and abroad. Cindy received her doctorate degree in Christian Education Leadership at Regent University with a dissertation focused on reaching the community through the early education ministry. Cindy and her husband, Kirk live in western NY and have four adult children and five grandchildren. 

Schedule

8:30 AM-3:45 PM

Pricing

Member Non-member

Early Bird Rate
(through 2/15/20) 

$75 $105
Standard/Walk-in Rate (after 2/15/20) $85 $115


Lunch (included in the registration fee)

Buffet lunch will be served at the event (no pre-selection required at registration).

CEUs

You will receive 1 CEU (six clock hours) for your attendance at the conference. Be sure to submit an EE Conference CEU Claim Form following the event to start the claiming process.

Accommodations

More information coming soon

Questions? Email the Early Education team





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