North Carolina Association for the Education of Young Children

Registration and Fees

Registration

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Conference Fee Options

A current Standard or Premium Level membership is required to qualify for our discounted registration rate. You will be able to join or renew your NAEYC/NCAEYC membership at the Standard or Premium level during the registration process and receive the member discounted registration rate.

Students and ‘Entry Level’ members must contact NCAEYC at 919-510-5034 or email Chris Butler before proceeding with registration.

Current Standard
or Premium
Members
ONLY
New/
Renew
Standard
Level
New/
Renew
Premium
Level
Non-Member
Pre-Conference: Thursday 9/12 $150 $219 $300 $330
Pre- and Regular Conference:
BEST VALUE! All three days
$275 $344 $425 $455
Regular Conference:
Friday 9/13 & Saturday 9/14
$165 $234 $315 $345
Friday 9/13 ONLY $135 $204 $285 $315
Saturday 9/14 ONLY $115 $184 $265 $295

CANCELLATION POLICY: CONTACT NCAEYC at 919-510-5034. All fees are non-refundable after August 15, 2019. NCAEYC membership fees WILL NOT be refunded. Cancellation prior to August 15, 2019 will incur a $50 processing charge per registration. A letter of cancellation must be in writing and emailed to cbutler@ncaeyc.org or mailed to NCAEYC, 182 Wind Chime Court, Suite 104, Raleigh, NC 27615. When submitting a refund request, please include the full name of the registrant, the name of the organization/person receiving the refund and the address where the refund is to be sent.

Did You Know?

Conference expenses are tax deductible! Expenses related to training, including Conference cost, travel, lodging, and meals, which are incurred for the purpose of maintaining or improving your skills in your present profession, are tax deductible. Please consult your tax advisor for details.

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“NCAEYC is inspiring and investing in future teachers here in North Carolina. My students say that the NCAEYC Conference is one of their favorite field trips. The experience reaffirms them as teachers and members of their professional community. Vital connections are made as they see concepts and practices that they are learning in their coursework. This year’s keynote will be extra special because they are currently studying Dr. James Comer’s School Development Program. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to participate in such a well-planned professional development experience.”

— Dayla VanSchaick M.Ed., Early Childhood Instructor

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