Included in the conference fee are all materials, guides, handouts (also available electronically) conference meals, opening reception and professional development credit.
As a special incentive to attend this valuable training opportunity, transportation costs will be reimbursed for first-time participants from chapters with 300 or fewer members, for up to four participants from Service Center Councils and for up to five participants from each UniServ unit. First-time participants are considered those who have not previously attended any CTA Rural Issues, CTA Urban Issues and CTA ESP conferences. All other transportation costs are the responsibility of the individual, the chapter, the Service Center Council or the UniServ unit. Transportation reimbursement is based on grant recipient reimbursement guidelines.
Reimbursement does not include the cost of airport or hotel parking expenses, shuttle or taxi service, or travel between home and the local airport. If the round-trip distance between your home and nearest airport is more than 100 miles, then mileage will be reimbursed at the current IRS rate.
All other transportation costs are the responsibility of the individual, the chapter, the Service Center Council or the UniServ unit.
University Credit and Professional Growth Credit
Accommodations for the Physically Challenged
CTA encourages full participation at the Issues Conference by all its attendees. Those requesting reasonable accommodations should either contact CTA Conference Coordination Center at 650-552-5355 or IssuesConference@cta.org prior to the conference.
Friday, January 11, 2013 is the last day to cancel your conference registration with a full refund. After that day, partial or no refund will apply depending on case by case basis. It is your responsibility to cancel your own room reservations at the Rio All-Suite Hotel.
Read an open letter regarding the hosting of the CTA Issues Conference in Las Vegas, NV.
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