Despite a healthy membership roster, MOSPA recognizes that there are many SPOPS sites -- both secondary and post-secondary -- that still need to be brought into the fold; and we will not rest until we have helped them to see the benefit of partnering with the one organization dedicated to helping us all achieve excellence in serving our special populations students. Look at your region, is there a site (or sites) that need to know about MOSPA? Will you help us spread the word? Let us know if you would like someone in your region to receive information about MOSPA.
• Special Populations Coordinator
• Tech-Prep Personnel
• WIA Personnel
• Curriculum Supervisors
• Career Technical Educators
• Special Educators
• Career Pathways Personnel
• Michigan Job Commission-Rehabilitation Services Personnel
• Postsecondary Personnel
• Consultants and others who are indirectly or directly involved in giving an individual’s
needs special attention.
There is no cost at this time to join MOSPA. Your membership is included in your participation at the State Conference.
For more information regarding membership contact the Secretary, Amy Dykhouse via email email@example.com with the subject line MOSPA membership.
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.
Each year MOSPA accepts nominations for 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 are selected for each category. See Awards & Recognition for more details.
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!
To learn more or to register for the State Conference, go to this page.
FIND YOUR REGION
Region 1: Upper Peninsula
Region 2: Northern Lower Peninsula
Region 3: Western Mid-Michigan
Region 4: Eastern Mid-Michigan
Region 5: Greater Thumb Area
Region 7: Southwestern Michigan
Region 8: Southeastern Michigan
Region 9: Oakland County
Region 10: Wayne County
Region 11: Macomb County