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ACE: Encourages conf. participation

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THOMAS TATE OF ECS <[log in to unmask]>

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FEDLIB: Federal Librarians Discussion List

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Fri, 30 Oct 1998 09:29:35 +500

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ACE Friends:

With reductions in the fed's eRate program and heated debate on
Capitol Hill over educational funding, we thought you might like
to learn more about the upcoming GRANTS & FUNDING FOR
SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE being held this November
in Wash., D.C. The event is sponsored by eSCHOOL NEWS and
INNOVATIVE COMMUNICATIONS, INC. with additional funding
from AMERICA ONLINE.

Please feel free to forward this information to your colleagues
and friends.
*********************************
GRANTS & FUNDING FOR SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

NOVEMBER 5-6, 1998
THE RADISSON PLAZA HOTEL AT MARK CENTER
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA

*********************************
GRANTS & FUNDING FOR SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY is a
hands-on, how-to professional development conference that will
provide you and your grants-and-funding team all the tools necessary
to locate and secure the funding you need for your school technology
programs.

This strategic conference packs into two days, a crash course on how to land
dollars from every type of technology funding source -- federal, state,
corporate, non-profit, and private funding Sectors--plus other sources you may
never have heard of.

You'll also learn how to research and write winning grant
You will also learn how to write winning proposals...build relationships with
key funders...create and manage a successful school foundation...and build
public/private strategic alliances.

*********************************
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
*********************************
GRANTS & FUNDING FOR SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY is designed
to meet the needs of professionals responsible for the regulatory,
policy, management, and procedural issues related to school technology
fundraising -- Attendees include:

*Superintendents
*Assistant Superintendents
*Information Technology Directors
*Grants and Funding Givers
*Grants Writers
*Grants Seekers
*Fundraising Executives and Consultants
*Federal Government Technology Funding Decision Makers
*State Government Technology Funding Decision Makers
*School Board Members
*Federal Program Managers
*Independent Consultants
*Library Media Specialists
*Principals
*Prospect Researchers
*Curriculum Specialists
*Special Event Planners
*Volunteers
*Association Executives


*********************************
10 WAYS YOU'LL BENEFIT BYATTENDING GRANTS & FUNDING
FOR SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY
*********************************
1. You'll discover new and little-publicized school technology
funding sources long before they make headlines elsewhere.

2. You'll become an expert in what it takes to create successful
grant proposals based on proven principles and techniques.

3. You'll master the art of creating powerful community
partnerships that can land major grants.

4. You'll network with key grantmakers and administrators from
leading corporations, foundations and government agencies who are
looking to fund programs like yours.

5. You'll learn how to build a source base for your programs --
from smaller program gifts to major, multi-year grants.

6. You'll learn insider tip and techniques from the nation's
most successful grant proposal writers and fundraisers.

7. You'll learn what it takes to skillfully tie your district's
needs directly to funders' interests.

8. You'll learn how to develop a school technology plan that will
make grantgivers more eager to underwrite your program.

9. You'll learn the unwritten rules of the corporate funding game.

10. You'll discover the most common mistakes schools make when
applying for funding -- and how to avoid them.
*********************************
SPEAKERS
The experts you'll learn from at GRANTS & FUNDING FOR SCHOOL
TECHNOLOGY represent the nationAEs most skilled and knowledgeable
school technology fundraising authorities. You'll attend sessions
and roundtables presented by a lineup of nationally recognized
professionals from education, government, and the private sector.

* Keynote Speaker - Linda Roberts, Director, Office of
Educational Technology, U.S. Dept. of Education
* Featured Presenter - Kate L. Moore, Acting CEO, Schools and
Library Corp.
* Featured Banquet Presenter - Congressman Major Owens (D-NY), 11th District

Other speakers include:
* Jill Stephens, Outreach Director, America Online Foundation
* Barbara Ashbrook, Senior Program Officer, National Endowment for
the Humanities
* Cheryl Garnette, U.S.  Dept. of Education, Star Schools Program
* Lammot DuPont, Program Officer, NTIA/TIIAP
* Mike Haney, Program Officer, Elem./Secondary Ed., National
Science Foundation
* Tom Carroll, Ph.D., Director, Tech. Planning and Eval., Schools &
Libraries Corporation
* Marilyn Reznick, V.P. Education, AT&T Foundation
* Darla Strouse, Director, Office of Partnerships & Development,
MD Dept. of Ed.
* C.J. Van Pelt, Executive Director, Cisco Systems Foundation
* Al Zeisler, President, Integrated Technology Education Group
* School technology grant decision makers from several other foundations will
also present, as well as the nationAEs leading authorities on successful
grantseeking and fundraising.
*********************************
CONFERENCE PROGRAM
*********************************
* KEYNOTE PRESENTATION -- Linda Roberts, Special White House
Advisor On Education Technology
* GENERAL SESSION -- The $30 Billion Pie: An Overview of School
Technology Funding Sources
* GENERAL SESSION -- eRate Update: Current Perspectives and
Analysis

TOOLS & TECHNIQUES TRACK
* Your Technology Plan: How Much Money Do You Really Need?
* Making Your Technology Plan a Powerful Fundraising Tool
* Federal Technology Funding Program Update
* Essential Elements of Corporate Grantsmanship
* Prospect Research: What Every Fundraiser Needs to Know
* Crafting The Winning Grant Proposal

POLICY & MANAGEMENT TRACK
* Leveraging Local Partnerships for Maximum Funding
* Creating a Championship Funding Team
* Building Public/Private Strategic Alliances
* Case Study--Grant-Winning and Grant Making: A Dual Perspective
* eRate: The Inside Story
* The Rules Of The Game: Funders Roundtable
* Creating and Managing a Successful School Foundation
*********************************
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
*********************************
Space is limited.  There are only 475 seats available for this
event.  We recommend you send your registration as soon as
possible to guarantee a spot.
* Registration Fees
  -- $390 per person before November 1, 1998
  -- $370 per person team rate (3 or more from the same
organization) November 1, 1998
  -- $450 per person after November 1, 1998

* To register by mail:  eSchool News Attn: Conf. Registration
7920 Norfolk Ave., #900, Bethesda, Maryland, 20814
* To register by phone:  Call (800) 394-0115 x104
* To register by fax: (301) 913-0119
* To register online: http://www.eschoolnews.org/conf/g-f.html
*********************************
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
*********************************
* Radisson Plaza Hotel-Alexandria, VA - (703) 845-1010
* Hampton Inn-Alexandria, VA - (703) 671-4800
* Hyatt Regency-Crystal City, VA - (703) 418-1234
* DoubleTree National Hotel-Arlington,VA - (703) 416-4100
* Sheraton Suites-Oldtown Alexandria, VA - (703) 836-4700

Be sure to identify yourself as a Grants & Funding Conference
attendee to get the discounted group rate for an overnight stay.
Please contact (800) 394-0115 x104 to request alternative
accommodations.

We look forward to your participation in this informative and
important event.

***************************************************
To register or to request a GRANTS & FUNDING FOR
SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY conference brochure:
  -- visit http://www.eschoolnews.org/conf/g-f.html
  -- call (800) 394-0115 x104
  -- eMail: [log in to unmask]

***************************************************


--
Thomas G. Tate
Rural, Economic and Social Development
Cooperative State Research, Educations and Extension Service
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Room 3901 South Building
Washington, D. C. 20250-0900
202-720-2727 (v) 202-690-2975 (f)
http://www.sba.gov/ace
--

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