Conference: September 18 – 21, 2022
E-Rate Bootcamp: September 21-23, 2022
Where: Perdido Beach Resort, Orange Beach, AL 36561
Who: Event registration is for ALET members only.
Registration: This Event is Sold Out.
Waiting List: Click here for Waiting List Request
Cancelation: Click here to cancel
A link to the room block reservation page will appear once you submit your registration. Room rates for Sunday – Tuesday nights are $169.00, plus tax ($21.97). For those planning to attend the E-Rate Bootcamp, rooms for additional nights are limited and may not be offered at the same rate.
Call for Presentations
Nick Espinosa – An expert in cybersecurity and network infrastructure, Nick has consulted with clients ranging from the small business owners up to Fortune 100 level companies for decades. N He is passionate about emerging technology and enjoys creating, breaking, and fixing test environments. Award winning co-author of the bestselling cybersecurity book Easy Prey, TEDx Speaker and host of The Deep Dive nationally syndicated radio show on various stations, Nick is known as an industry thought leader and sought after for his advice on the future of technology and how it will impact every day businesses and consumers.
Justin Shaifer – A rising star in STEM education and advocacy, Justin Shaifer is a LinkedIn Top Voice in Technology and popular science communicator with a talent for understanding and inspiring Gen Z. He is the Co-founder of the STEM Success Summit. Known as “Mr. Fascinate,” Shaifer has made it his life’s work to bring his passion for STEM disciplines to the next generation, especially kids who are typically underrepresented in elite science-based careers. From his viral TEDx talk, “How to Speak Generation Z,” to his body of curriculum development work, Shaifer is a leading figure in STEM education and diversity.
Gerry Brooks – Gerry Brooks has been an educator for 25 years, beginning as a third grade teacher in Palm Bay, FL. He earned his masters in administration and has been an elementary principal for 15 years. Originally using humorous videos to encourage his staff, Gerry has become a national encourager for teachers through social media and speaking events. He is a voice for teachers, but his passion is leading others to be responsible for their own personal climate and culture in the workplace. His book, Go See the Principal, outlines strategies for taking on this responsibility.