GAEYC’s 51st Annual Together for Children Conference brings together more than 1,200 early childhood professionals from around the state for professional development, learning, and networking.
2017 Conference Information
The 2017 will be held October 6 – 7, 2017 at the Gwinnett Technical College – Alpharetta North Fulton Campus. The conference theme is Empowering Early Educators. Stay tuned for updates; you won’t want to miss this conference.
Join us on Thursday, October 5, 1 – 4 pm, for an exciting pre-conference session on Critical Conversations: Identifying and Overcoming Implicit Bias in Classrooms, led by Dr. Dina Walker-DeVose of Georgia Southern University. For more information, check out the GAEYC PreConference page.
Be a student volunteer
Attending the GAEYC conference is a bargain for students at Georgia colleges and universities. Students who volunteer as a conference session host/hostess attend conference sessions for free. Be sure to complete a student volunteer application if you want to volunteer at the 2017 conference. Check out the student volunteer information flyer for more information. Please spread the word!
Sponsor, Exhibit, and Advertise
The Gwinnett Technical College – Alpharetta North Fulton campus is a beautiful new facility that offers a single building for our conference. With three floors, the first has a large bright lobby, which will be our conference welcome and registration area. The second and third floors hold all of our session rooms, which are joined by wide walkways full of light. An advantage of having the conference all in one building is that there will be attendee traffic throughout the building so that exhibitors can attract attendees between sessions. To encourage attendee engagement, we will have an exhibitor scavenger hunt in which attendees place stickers in their conference booklet showing they engaged with exhibitors to be entered into a prize drawing. Click here for more information on exhibiting and advertising at the annual conference. Click here for information on sponsoring the annual conference.
Want to see what happened at the 2016 conference? Visit the Past Conferences page.