Event Date/Time: Aug 08, 2009 End Date/Time: Aug 08, 2009
Registration Date: Jul 24, 2009
Early Registration Date: Jun 12, 2009
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Come to Boston for Student Government Training!

In Boston, you can experience Colonial history among the skyscrapers of New England's economic and cultural heart. Stroll down the red-brick Freedom Trail to see famous sites like the Boston Common, the country's first public school, Paul Revere's house, and Bunker Hill Monument.

Along the way, stop at Quincy Market to browse for souvenirs or sample some of the city's best cuisine, from steamed lobster and fresh oysters to cream puffs and foreign fare. Spend a few hours wandering through the Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science, or the New England Aquarium. In the evening, catch a Sox game at Fenway, attend a performance of the Boston Pops, or head to Harvard Square to enjoy great pub food and have a pint with local students.

Any SG leader from any school, no matter what state you're from, is welcome to attend!

The 2009 "Boston Student Government Training Conference" features:
• Intensive workshops designed to address specific needs and solutions for Student Governments
• Passionate Presenters. Some of the most experienced and knowledgeable staff and presenters in the nation to help you get the most out of your term as an SG officer or leader
• Networking opportunities with SG officers and advisors throughout the Northeast and the entire nation
• Workshops and presentations that directly apply to collegiate advisors and administrators
• Personal attention from the presenters and ASGA staff
• A keynote address entitled "How Important is Student Government?"

What is the cost?
$159 for ASGA members ($100 off!), $259 for non-members (Register by June 12, 2009 to receive these rates)
What will be the total attendance?
Attendance will be limited to 200 SG leaders and advisors.

What’s included in the registration fee?
The fee includes admission to all workshops and presentations, extensive hand-outs, a buffet lunch, a discount on ASGA membership, and private consultations by appointment only. Breakfast, dinner, travel and airfare, hotel accommodations, and incidentals are not included.

Where will the event be held?
The conference will be held on the beautiful campus of Wheelock College.


Additional Information

The 2009 "Boston Student Government Training Conference" fees listed below include the following: • Admission to all workshops and presentations • Extensive hand-outs • An ASGA shirt from campusTshirts.com • A continental breakfast (coffee, juice, fruit, Danish) and a boxed lunch (sandwich, chips, fruit, drink, brownie) • A 10% discount on ASGA membership for non-members who join within 10 days after the conference • 25% discount on ASGA's leadership books purchased at the conference • 35% discount on on-campus consultations with The SG Consulting Group booked at the conference • Excellent personal service and attention from the ASGA team Dinner, travel and airfare, hotel and accommodations, ground transportation (shuttles, taxis) to and from the conference location, and incidentals are not included.