September 2021 – Priority 6 Training
This Priority, which includes the content of Absolute Priorities 1-5, provides TRIO Directors with the basic management tools required to be a TRIO professional and serve TRIO students.
This virtual event will take place over two days – September 28 & 30, 2021.

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT YOU CAN ONLY REGISTER FOR ONE TRAINING PER PRIORITY WITHIN FY 2020-21, REGARDLESS OF THE VENUE AND THE TRAINING GRANTEE!!

The agenda will be shared soon!

 

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September 2021 – Priority 1 Training
This Priority provides TRIO Directors with specific tools regarding Evaluation, Recordkeeping, and Reporting Student/Project Performance. 
This virtual event will take place over two days – September 21 & 23, 2021.

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT YOU CAN ONLY REGISTER FOR ONE TRAINING PER PRIORITY WITHIN FY 2020-21, REGARDLESS OF THE VENUE AND THE TRAINING GRANTEE!!

The agenda will be shared soon!

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2022 Annual Conference

50th Annual SAEOPP Conference

The 50th Annual SAEOPP Conference brings together some of the best TRIO leaders & visionaries to share real-world insights on how to impact the college access and success culture and landscape. Get ready to experience the gold standard

CONFERENCE INFORMATION

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Early Bird – Ends November 1, 2021 Regular – Ends January 15, 2022 On-Site – After January 15, 2022
Member – $500
Non-Member – $725
Retiree – $350
Member – $600
Non-Member – $750
Retiree – $350
Member – $700
Non-Member – $775
Retiree – $350

If you believe you qualify for the Retiree Rate, please email us at contactus@saeopp.org to complete your registration.

Reserve your room for the 2022 SAEOPP Annual Conference.

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Program Design Institute for UB, UBMS, VUB, or McNair

Come learn all about all elements of running your program.  Whether you have a new grant or are a seasoned grantee, you will learn from experts in the field as you experience this 3 day virtual training.

At Program Design Institute, you will work to build your program into the best program possible. Specific tracks will be available for Upward Bound, UB Math-Science, Veterans Upward Bound, and McNair Scholars.

Agenda will be posted soon.

To reserve your room for this event:

Call: 1-800-344-5999
Press 1 for group reservations
Mention SAEOPP as the group

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Best Practices Blowout – 2021

Best Practices Blowout and Program Design Institute

Returning to the beaches of St. Petersburg, Florida, this conference brings together leading TRIO experts to address current issues and offer innovative solutions for staff in the student access and success arena.

At Best Practices Blowout, you will learn practical information on how to improve your TRIO Program! Whether you have a brand-new program or one funded since 1964, this training will provide strategies and best practices. You will also learn about Grant Management and compliance with everything it takes to actually operate your TRIO grant from legislation & regulations to fiscal concerns and reporting.

 

To reserve your room for this event:

Call: 1-800-344-5999
Press 1 for group reservations
Mention SAEOPP as the group

 

Agenda:

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Student – Show Me the Money: Preparing Student Applications for Large External Scholarships

This event is for TRIO Students.

Attendees will be introduced to a variety of fellowships available to students. The Institute will focus on the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRF), the Goldwater Scholarship, and the Ford Diversity Fellowship.  The institute is open to McNair scholars other underrepresented students interested in exploring ways to assist their preparation of fellowship applications for graduate school.

To register multiple student for this event, add this event to your cart.  When in the cart change the quantity to the number of students attending.  As you check out you will provide information about each student.

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Staff – Show Me the Money: Preparing TRIO Eligible Students for Large External Fellowships

This event is for TRIO Staff.

Attendees will be introduced to a variety of fellowships available to students. The Institute will focus on the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRF), the Goldwater Scholarship, and the Ford Diversity Fellowship.  The institute is open to scholars and program staff and other underrepresented students and professionals interested in exploring ways to assist their students in the preparation of fellowship applications for graduate school.

Each staff member attending this event should login or create an account and register individually.

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