MAPCS Day on the Hill

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Please register by June 1, 2016

Click here to register online.

Click here to download an invitation and registration form.

Here is your opportunity to educate legislators about the  contribution that private career schools make to the Commonwealth’s economy and workforce.

The Day on the Hill will begin at 9:30 AM for a legislative briefing at Pearson Learning.  After your legislative visits we will conclude the day with a luncheon sponsored by Pearson Learning.

Making contact with policy makers is the best way to spread the positive message that private sector colleges and universities and more importantly, their students and graduates, have to share. It is our goal to have a sizable contingent of administrators, students, faculty and employers on Beacon Hill in Boston to show the strength and diversity of private, post secondary schools.

This is a great opportunity to talk to legislators and their staff about how your graduates are fulfilling skilled job requirements for employers and helping improve the economy in their districts.

Legislative visits will be scheduled between 11 am and 1 pm.  You can schedule your own visit or MAPCS will make the appointment for you.

Special thanks to Pearson for providing their sponsorship, the meeting room, breakfast and lunch.

With your participation, we’re confident that the MAPCS Day on the Hill will be productive.

Sponsorship Opportunity

There is no charge to attend the MAPCS | APSCU Day on the Hill but your sponsorship would be appreciated.  Your sponsorship will help fund the association’s lobbying activities.

Available Sponsorships

Platinum:  $1,500
Gold:  $1,000 
Silver:  $500    
Bronze:  $250 

Current Sponsor

Platinum

 

Agenda

9:30 am - 10:30 am
Briefing and Breakfast
Pearson, 501 Boylston Street Boston, MA

11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Legislative Visits
State House, Boston, MA

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Guest Speaker, Lunch and Wrap Up
Pearson, 501 Boylston Street 
Boston, MA

Directions will be sent with confirmations.