PolicyMaker Series: The State of Innovation in Education

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There is a high demand in Loudoun and around the nation for skilled workers to fill high paying jobs that don’t always require a traditional four-year college degree. From health care to data center operations, the traditional trades to network engineers, there are a number of job openings in lucrative careers that don’t require students to spend several years at college.

At this year’s State of Innovation in Education, the Loudoun Chamber will spotlight how Northern Virginia Community College is adopting innovative programs to help students identify and train for these high paying careers. Followed by Dr. Eric Williams, Superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools, who will share with the business community how our award-winning school system, which is dedicated to empowering all students to make meaningful contributions to the world, is addressing these needs and what we can do as a business community to support students who choose to pursue careers that don’t require the traditional college degree.

Speakers:

  • Dr. Eric Williams, Superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools
  • Steven Partridge, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Workforce Education at Northern Virginia Community College

ADVOCATE SPONSORS   $5,500

  • Year long logo recognition on all marketing materials
  • Reserved table of 10 at six PolicyMaker Series events of your choice
  • Four tickets to Annual Legislative Reception

ENTERPRISE SPONSORS   $3,500

  • ​Year long name recognition on all marketing materials
  • Name recognition in Public Policy Agenda
  • Reserved table of 10 at four PolicyMaker Series events of your choice
  • Two tickets to Annual Legislative Reception​​

 

 

SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR   $2,000  SOLD

  • Opportunity to introduce the speaker and discuss your business
  • Logo recognition on all marketing materials
  • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials to each attendee
  • Reserved table for 10 at each event
  • Four tickets to Annual Legislative Reception

RESERVED TABLE   $650

  • ​Reserved table of 10 in a premium location

 

*All sponsorship commitments are final. All tickets and table sales are final within 72 hours of the event. No refunds or credits will be issued.

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