MOSPA State Conference
1 Boyne Mountain Rd.
Boyne Falls, MI
The Michigan Occupational Special Populations Association (MOSPA) was pleased to welcome K-12 educators, post-secondary faculty and staff, community partners, administrators, non-profit partners, government agencies, and other professionals to the in-person 2022 State MOSPA Conference! Each year the state conference committee puts together an event that meets both the expressed wishes and diverse needs of our attendees. That means we are trying to make sure each time slot offers speakers and topics of interest to both secondary and post-secondary conference attendees.
THIS YEARS KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
Mark C. Perna is the founder and CEO of TFS Results, a full-service strategic communications and consulting firm at the forefront of the national paradigm shift in education and workforce development. Mark has devoted his career to empowering educators and employers to unleash the tremendous potential of today’s young people.
Dr. Deanna Dubay is a board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Her goal is to help others understand mental health and reduce stigma. By understanding how mental health affects our own well-being, people can reflect on their own experiences and work toward a better quality of life. This will also help to identify those in need and what role we can play to help others.
To learn more about our speakers visit https://web.cvent.com/event/b539af82-5a93-40dc-88a5-87c8cd3afe58/websitePage:b0acb448-6703-4a8c-b26a-7e343bf4176b
BREAKOUT SESSION TOPICS:
To learn more about the above topics visit https://web.cvent.com/event/b539af82-5a93-40dc-88a5-87c8cd3afe58/websitePage:79bf52e5-c09e-4000-a7ef-e6bc99c35e56
For more information, direct any questions regarding the MOSPA State Conference to Danielle Lenz, email@example.com.
The Michigan Occupational Special Populations Association (MOSPA) is pleased to welcome K-12 educators, Post-Secondary faculty and staff, community partners, administrators, non-profit partners, government agencies, and other professionals to attend the State MOSPA Conference.
We invite you to nominate an outstanding individual, program, or community partner who has gone above and beyond to support Special Populations (SPOP) and/or Occupational Programs/Career Technical Education. Five award categories are available for nominations and one winner from secondary and one winner from post-secondary will be selected for each category. See the Awards & Recognition tab for more details on how you can submit a nomination.
Each year the state conference committee puts together an event that meets both the expressed wishes and the diverse needs of our attendees. That means we are trying to make sure that each time slot offers speakers and topics of interest to both secondary and post-secondary conference-goers. If you find the conference a good fit for you each year, remember that it was designed with you in mind. Wait to see what we have in store for you!
Every year all registered conference participants are invited to the hospitality room for an opportunity to network, socialize, and enjoy refreshments. We will host a door prize drawing on Friday morning at the conference wrap-up. Please help out by bringing a gift to donate and drop them off at the conference check in table upon your arrival. It sure would be great if everyone received a prize!
Chef James Simmons, President 2019-21