2022 CISC Leadership Symposium

Sponsorship Packages

Join us for this exclusive opportunity to connect with over

1,000 P-12 education decision makers!

The CISC Leadership Symposium offers four levels of high value sponsorship.  All packages include Monterey Conference Center space with sponsor bingo* and recognition in the online conference program. All 2022 sponsors will also receive a booth in the Hopin virtual platform!

Diamond and Gold sponsors will receive recognition at all Symposium General Sessions. Join our 2022 Symposium team today!

Contact Dr. Roberto Núñez, Sponsorship Coordinator, at ronunez@montereycoe.org  or 2022symposium@montereycoe.org 

*Sponsor Bingo – participants will use a bingo card to connect with sponsors and a chance to win fabulous prizes.

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DIAMOND

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At Corwin, we have one objective and one objective only: to help educators like you make the greatest impact on teaching and learning. We offer a host of independent and integrated professional learning options that conform with your budget, your timeline, and your objectives: from books and resources, to on-site consulting and Visible Learning plus, to online solutions, and more. Consider this your official invitation to begin the journey.

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The Core Collaborative Learning Network specializes in job-embedded, learner-centered, professional learning for schools and systems. Our goal is to strengthen systems to be more grounded, connected, focused and authentic.Our aim is to produce holistic results in ways that raise the collective standard. We believe in social justice. We believe that when we learn together we can make a difference in the lives of ALL students.We believe that compassion drives performance.

GOLD

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The Monterey County Office of Education provides the leadership, support and service excellence needed to prepare the diverse students of Monterey County for success in each step of their educational journey. Every student will be provided an enriched educational experience through the leadership, support and service of the Monterey County Office of Education that prepares them for success as productive and contributing members of a global society.

SILVER

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Along with providing direct instruction to the county’s most vulnerable student populations, the Orange County Department of Education supports local school districts with services necessary for their operations, including professional development, high-speed internet access and security, legal and fiscal guidance, payroll systems, Local Control and Accountability Plan assistance and approval, and student enrichment.

The Placer County Office of Education believes quality education is a vital priority for the students and citizens of Placer County. We work in partnership with the 16 local school districts and one community college district in Placer County to equip every child with a first-class education to succeed in a global economy, to appreciate the cultural, social and historical resources of their community, and to be active participants in civic responsibilities. The vision of the Placer County Superintendent of Schools and the Placer County Board of Education is to provide exemplary leadership and service to schools, parents, and the community as we work together to provide a globally competitive, comprehensive, rigorous and relevant education to all students.

Our Vision
We envision an educational environment where all children are empowered,
through skills and knowledge, to become responsible contributing members of a
global community.

 

Our Mission
To provide the educational leadership for all children to develop skills and the will
necessary to succeed in the 21st century.

The Santa Cruz County Office of Education is committed to ensuring all students have the educational opportunities they need to thrive. We offer a wide range of services and programs geared at supporting our 10 public school districts and expanding educational opportunities and outcomes for the 40,000 students who call Santa Cruz County home.