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Conferences and Events

NABSE hosts and organizes numerous conferences and events throughout the year. They are listed below.


Held every November, this event attracts nearly 2,500 conferees for four days of inspiring plenary sessions, PreK-12 school tours, informative presentations and educational workshops. The conference includes an exhibition area with more than 200 vendors of educational products and services.

Whether you are a teacher, principal, school board member, human resource professional, district/central office professional, higher education professional, undergraduate/graduate student, curriculum specialist, member of clergy, job seeker or any individual, organization or company concerned about the education of children of color, this Conference is for YOU!





 


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Our focus has shifted! The ConCon 2018 is now the Strategic Visioning Summit! Instead of some of our time being spent on establishing the blueprint for moving NABSE forward, ALL of our time will go towards this effort. We are excited that representatives from multiple states and Canada have already committed to the forward progression of NABSE that will occur June 22-24, 2018! Every member's voice and effort is important to our future. It's not too late to join us!

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NABSE offers a vast array of professional development and information sharing programs for its growing membership of concerned educators. These programs offer hands-on learning opportunities as well as invaluable informational resources for African American educators.


NABSE Inaugural African-American Youth Female Leadership Summit
Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD
July 27- 29, 2018

The National Alliance of Black School Educators' (NABSE) Inaugural African American Youth Female Leadership Summit will be held the weekend of July 27-29, 2018, on the campus of the Morgan State University, Baltimore. Maryland. The Baltimore Alliance of Black School Educators is this year's host.

This NABSE Signature Program - The Inspire Project, contains customized, engaging and interactive workshops designed to Inform, Nurture, Support, Prepare, Inspire, Reward and Empower African American young females.

More than 50 young ladies in grades 8-10 will participate in small group discussions, interactive sessions, college and work ready chats, and educational tours to build communications skills, relationship building skills, confidence and leadership skills.
B Are you or your organization interested in supporting this great event? Contact the NABSE Foundation at 248-893-6455, epps_emma@yahoo.com or Carla McCoy at 443-824-0345, mccoygirl1@gmail.com for specific information.

All supporters will be listed on the NABSE and NABSEF websites, in the African American Youth Female Leadership Summit program and in the video to be shared at the NABSE National Conference, NOVEMBER 7-11, 2018, in Baltimore, Maryland.

Sponsors and partners of this event are:
The National Alliance of Black School Educators Foundation
Morgan State University
Metro-Baltimore Alliance of Black School Educators Baltimore Federation of Teachers
City of Baltimore Major's Office


4th African-American Youth Male Leadership Summit
University of Detroit, Mercy
Detroit, MI

June 29 - July 1, 2018

This NABSE Signature Program - The Men Project, contains customized, engaging and interactive workshops designed to Mentor, Educate and Nurture African American young males.

More than 100 young males in grades 8-10 will participate in small group discussions, interactive sessions, college and work ready chats, and college tours to build communications skills, relationship building skills, confidence and leadership skills.

Are you or your organization interested in supporting this great event? Contact the NABSE Foundation at 248-893-6455 or epps_emma@yahoo.com for specific information.

Click here to download the flyer for this event.

All supporters will be listed on the NABSE and NABSEF websites, in the African American Youth Male Leadership Summit program and in the video to be shared at the NABSE National Conference in NOVEMBER, 2018, in Baltimore, Maryland.

Sponsors and partners of this event are:

The National Alliance of Black School Educators Foundation
The University of Detroit Mercy
Metro-Detroit Alliance of Black School Educators
Southern University Alumni Federation, Detroit Chapter