Save $25 – Register by September 10!

STEMATHON registration opens at 8:00 AM on June 5, 2018.  The Early Bird deadline is September 10, 2018.  This is the last day to save $25 on the cost of registration.  For the link to register or for more information, please visit the registration page by clicking here.  

Conference Overview: From compelling sessions to interactive experiences, STEMATHON offers a collection of opportunities for STEM education professionals at every level to collaborate, learn, and find inspiration. For one price, STEMATHON includes a STEM Conference, STEM Trade Show, STEM Teacher Expo, STEM Research Poster Session, and STEM Leadership Academy.

2018 Conference Theme: Blazing Trails to STEM Careers

Act 48: Following participation in the conference and completion of the post-conference evaluation, Act 48 hours are awarded to Pennsylvania educators who provide their PPID. The number of hours attributed to professional learning and Act 48 eligibility includes 4 on Wednesday, 6 on Thursday, and 4 on Friday.

Act 45: The STEM Leadership Academy will be submitted to PDE for pre-approval as an Act 45 (PIL) Continuing Education program. If approved, this opportunity will be worth 25 hours (14 at STEMATHON & 11 job-embedded). If interested in the STEM Leadership Academy please select this option at registration. More information will be provided as it becomes available to all administrators who indicate interest during registration.

Registration/Payment: Early Bird Pre-Registration is available through 9/10/18 for $125. Standard Pre-Registration is available through 10/10/18 for $150. On-site registration is also available and will cost $175. The only payments accepted for registrations are credit/debit card, direct invoicing of school/organization, or a purchase order (PO) from a school/organization. When indicating during the registration process that a payment will be made by direct invoicing or a purchase order (PO) from a school/organization, please select the “Pay by invoice” payment method. In addition, make sure that you have received proper approvals from your school/organization, or you will be personally responsible for payment if your district or organization refuses to pay.

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