The NCAPCS 2020 Virtual Conference: Charting a New Course is less than two weeks away. We’ll be using the conference app we used last year called Whova. This platform allows you to view the agenda, visit with exhibitors, learn about our speakers, interact with other attendees, participate in contests, view our raffle prizes donated by Staples, and more! 
Whova is simple to use! Just follow the instructions here to download the app to your mobile device or laptop. You can also learn about Whova by watching this tutorial video.   It is very important that you pre-register for the sessions you want to attend. When you go to the agenda, you’ll see that each session has its own registration link. There will be no session registration the day of the event. 


Come join in on the virtual fun with your friends from D.A. Davidson and Haskell as we discuss a real – life example of financing and construction of a charter school. Yes, we all know the things we MUST do but have you done it?

First, Allan Iosue, Director – Business Development and Marketing, from Haskell will walk you through the creation of the cocktail – (name and ingredients forthcoming).

Then, Patrick Pettit from Haskell will moderate the discussion between Charlie Rocheleau, Division Leader – Municipal and Education, (Haskell) and Maggi Mirsky, VP of Public Finance (D.A Davidson) as they walk you through how they partnered together to finance and build the San Jose Prep Charter School.

Whether you need a new school or an addition to your existing campus, you don’t want to miss this fun, entertaining and enlightening cocktails and conversation to learn how collaboration and the right partners can help you move things.