This year our theme is “Our Journey Together: Resilience, Innovation, and Hope.”
Join us online November 6 and/or November 7, 2020.
Due to the current unprecedented situation of COVID-19 our 23rd conference will be held virtually. We have shifted to a virtual meeting space with the goal of providing an engaging and meaningful experience for those who attend. We are grateful for your patience and support as the Society grapples with the challenge of transforming our Annual Conference into a new opportunity. The success of our virtual conference will depend on all of us working together and creating a common space – and purpose – as we build a dynamic, interactive, and inclusive conference.
Registration is now open and will close on October 21, 2020 in order to ensure delegate packages can be mailed and received on time.
This year there is no early bird pricing. You can purchase a one day or two day ticket. The cost of the ticket will depend on how many days you choose to attend and whether you are a BCACCS member or not.
1 DAY WITH MEMBERSHIP $25.00
1 DAY NON-MEMBER $60.00
2 DAY WITH MEMBERSHIP $50.00
2 DAY NON-MEMBER $120.00
Buying a BCACCS Membership is a great way to save on the cost of conference. If you are unsure if you or the organization you work for has a membership please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to purchase a membership visit our BCACCS MEMBERSHIP page.
We are excited to announce that Jo-Ann Archibald will join us on Friday and Earl Lambert will be with us on Saturday.
At BCACCS, a primary focus of our training and professional development events is to translate our culturally rich traditions into effective early learning and child care (ELCC) programs and services. We believe that community involvement, leadership, and support are central to the healthy, holistic development of Indigenous children. We support early childhood education professionals to design and deliver programs and services that are immersed in our cultures and communities.
Worried that you won’t get to see all our amazing vendors this year? Not to worry, we’re inviting vendors/exhibitors to be part of our Virtual Vendor Alley. If you are a vendor and are hoping to showcase your arts, crafts, organization, or company during our conference download the application letter by CLICKING HERE. The deadline to apply is Sunday, October 18, 2020.
Benefits of Virtual Vending Alley:
- Your business will be displayed on the main Virtual Vendors Alley page of our virtual conference site:
+ You will receive a business card size presence on the Virtual Vendors Alley page with room for the name of your company, a photo, and a link to your vendor site (website, Etsy, social media, etc.)
+ Once someone clicks through, there is a dedicated page for your organization information
- Your business will be showcased throughout breaks
- Your business will be showcased in promotional material included in the delegate package
- Your business will be showcased on the BCACCS conference website