AASC celebrates its 15th Year of Excellence on September 19, 2014.
Since 1999 when we had 100 members to today—with a membership 3200+ strong—we’ve come a long way together.
With more than 80 educational workshop sessions in five professional interest tracks, three keynote speakers, 7 hours dedicated to networking, this year’s Conference is more than just a conference, it is an experience.
New this year:
We know that most of our members and attendees have smart phones and in order to make sure you have access to the latest information about Conference, be sure to download the Conference app as soon as it becomes available. You’ll find a link to it on the website.
Many more workshops for family service coordinators.
We believe that there is value in diversity. And one can learn from others who might do the same as you do, but with a different population. What can you learn from each other when it comes to motivating your residents to improve their lives, or help them with their service needs? Our esteemed faculty includes representation from universities, housing organizations, health and supportive service agencies and providers, government departments, nonprofits in addition to workshops from your peers—service coordinators just like you.
We value the whole property management team.
This year’s program has been planned with the idea that management teams that train together have a better working relationship. Be sure to share this brochure with others at your facility. And if they decide to join you at Conference, they can attend for the same rate as you paid.
What is a Service Coordinator Video.
At the Opening Session we will debut the What is a Service Coordinator? video that was created as part of our 15 year celebration. Check out our Facebook page to get in on the action. We are running a video contest and the best three videos will be included in the final video. Plus you could win a fabulous prize.
Be sure to visit the conference website for more information as it becomes available. You will find complete workshop descriptions on the Conference website—http://www.servicecoordinator.org/Conference.aspx—in mid-May.
We’ll see you in Dallas!