Register for the NABE Communications Section 2018 Workshop in Omaha!
Hey NABE COMM – registration is open for the NABE Communications Section 2018 Workshop – Omaha, We Don’t Coast, We Host! This year’s Workshop is October 3-5, at the Hilton Omaha in the heart of a vibrant downtown. Join us for some fantastic programming, including 14 educational sessions such as making print engaging, channeling your social media storyteller and mental health awareness. Sean Carter, humorist-at-law, will be the keynote speaker and Elizabeth Derrico, principal of Elizabeth Derrico & Associates, will deliver a plenary session on leadership lessons from the creative realm. There will be plenty of time to network during the Wednesday night event at the world-class Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium. The early registration rate for COMM Section members ends on August 31. Click here to register now!

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