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53rd Annual NYSSSWA State Conference in Syracuse
November 2 & 3, 2017
“Creating a Culture of Acceptance, Safety and Respect”
Join us in Syracuse for our fall conference and receive up to 12 CEUs.
The New York State School Social Workers’ Association would like to invite you to be a part of our 2017 State Conference to be held again in Syracuse, New York at the elegant Crowne Plaza Syracuse Hotel beginning on Thursday, November 2, 2017 to Friday, November 3, 2017. Join us for this training opportunity (up to 12 CEUs) that will enhance your skill sets and energize you to return home to continue the critically meaningful work you do every day to meet the needs of students, families and schools Now is the time to take advantage of any end of the year budget surpluses or start securing funds from next school year’s budget.
Crowne Plaza Syracuse Hotel
701 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, New York 13210
We are pleased to again return to the Crowne Plaza Syracuse Hotel, “an upscale hospitality gem, offering luxury rooms and suites and generous amenities. ” Surrounded by the Armory Square in the heart of the historic downtown area, the hotel provides easy access to some of the best restaurants, shops, and entertainment in the city.
Room Rate: $119.00 (includes $15.00 per Night Parking Fee (Waived).
Register by October 20, 2017 to receive the Conference Rate.
Phone: (315) 479-7000
You will just need to select the date of stay(s)-left side of page). Your group code is SOC and the date of stay selected November 1-November 3, 2017 Click the search button, which will then connect you to the rooms available to reserve with the NYS School Social Workers Assn rate of $119. Use the following link:
How Do I Obtain Conference CEUs?
The provision of CEUs is a multi-step manual process. Nothing is automated so please allow 3 weeks for processing all components. For more details see:
Events: How To Instructions
NYSSSWA has a new Membership and Event Platform with 123SignUp. We are providing a few tutorials to assist you:
Photo by Charles Wainwright Photography (cropped) and provided for use by Visit Syracuse