This is good news!!! #Florida #64thCongress #Studentpower

Posted on June 30, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Everyone!

We have some good news: the conference registration and hotel booking deadline for our 64th Annual National Student Congress has been extended to Wednesday, July 6th at 11:59pm PST!  This is the absolute, final deadline, so register your campus delegation and book your hotel here today! If you’re already a part of a registered delegation, your delegation leader should be contacting you soon with a link to fill out your individual registration formYou will need to fill this form out by July 6th in order to get a meal card at Congress. 

Also, as you relax this Independance Day weekend, think about what skills and knowledge you can share in a workshop at Congress to help shape the future of the American student movement. Submit your workshop proposals by July 8th.

At a time when federal student aid is under attack and undocumented youth are still denied access to a college education, it’s more critical now than ever for students to come together and develop strong campaigns for the upcoming school year. The National StudentCongress is a unique opportunity for student organizers and leaders to network and make new friends while developing strategy, choosing issue based solution campaigns, and electing leadership that will guide USSA for the entire year!  Don’t miss out on this amazing chance to help set the agenda for student action this year!

Contact USSA Training Director Adriana Cortes Luna with any questions.

In solidarity,

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