NMASC 2017 Summer Workshop
Major League Leadership
June 6-9, 2017
New Mexico Tech in Socorro
The NMASC Summer Leadership Workshop is an outstanding annual leadership training and development workshop for middle level and high school students and advisors! Make friends while working, learning and experiencing leadership activities in an energized, safe environment—all in four days! There is no limit to the number of students who may attend from a school; you are encouraged to bring as many as you wish for this early summer training experience.
Dorms will be assigned by the school's completed registration received, SO REGISTER EARLY! Delegates will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Students going into 9th grade will be considered high school students, even though they may have been registered by their mid-level school. Middle Level students attending Summer Workshop must have completed 6th grade and must be a member in good standing in their school's Student Council. At least one advisor per 15 students must register with and remain on campus for the workshop.
When YOU leave the workshop, you will be:
- Prepared with leadership skills!
- Ready to begin a new school year with enthusiasm!
|The 2017 Summer Workshop will welcome special guest A'ric Jackson back to New Mexico to share his leadership expertise, humor and inspiration with Workshop participants.
The 2017 NMASC Summer Workshop will be held June 6-9 at New Mexico Tech in Socorro, NM. The approximate cost is $275/student - includes registration, workshop materials, workshop t-shirts, meals, and lodging. With a pre-registration minimum of 7 students per school, one advisor per school may register for $100; otherwise the cost is $275/advisor.
Online pre-registration will be available in February 2017!
Do you think you have what it takes to be a Summer Workshop JC (Junior Counselor)? The application will open on February 10, 2017 and will be open until March 10, 2017.
IMPORTANT SUMMER WORKSHOP DATES:
- March 1: Summer Workshop online registration open
- March 10: Deadline for JC application
- April 21: Summer Workshop online pre-registration deadline – closes at midnight
- May 1: USPS postmark deadline for Summer Workshop pre-registration required mail-in forms/payment
- May 26: Deadline for substitutions
- June 6-9: NMASC Summer Leadership Workshop at NM Tech - Socorro
How to Register
REGISTER EARLY! Delegates will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, and dorms will be assigned based on our receipt of your school's completed registration and payment.
Because of the early June date of Summer Workshop, the online reservation form must be completed by April 21, with payment and all required forms POSTMARKED no later than May 1, 2017. These deadlines are very important.
Advisors must register their students as part of their school delegation; students may not register themselves individually. If you are a student and wish to attend the NMASC Summer Workshop, please talk to your advisor.
Workshop Fee: $275/person (includes lodging in college dormitories, meals starting with lunch Tuesday thru lunch on Friday, banquet, supplies, materials, workshop t-shirts, and campus facilities. Transportation is the responsibility of the school.)
When a school registers 7 or more students from their school, the workshop registration fee for one same-school advisor is just $100.
Additional adults are $275/ea.
There are no refunds, however we allow same-gender substitutions at no charge by May 26.
Online Reservation Deadline: APRIL 21
This is where you enter your student delegates' names. Please double-check the spelling of all names; the information you provide builds our database. Once you submit this online reservation form, you will receive a confirmation email (be sure to check your spam folder if you don't see the email - this confirmation email is also your invoice). This online form will help you calculate your registration fees. Be sure to do this by April 21!
After you've reserved space, download and print a Student Information Form and Student Participant Commitment Form for each student participant. These forms must be printed because they require signatures. (the above link points to a pdf document; if you would prefer to have a Word document, click here)
Postmark Deadline: May 1
After you've collected the completed Student Information Forms and Student Participant Commitment Forms from each student delegate, mail the following in ONE envelope to NMASC:
- Printout of your confirmation email (school reservation - see step 1 above)
- Completed Student Information Forms (see step 2 above)
- Completed Student Participant Commitment Forms (see step 2 above)
- ONE school check (made payable to NMASC) for workshop registration fees
Registration will not be complete until all forms and payment are received - your forms and payment must be postmarked by May 1.
NMASC Summer Workshop
P.O. Box 95468
Albuquerque, NM 87199
No refunds are allowed; substitutions only. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you in June!
Substitution Deadline: May 26
If, after you've submitted your registration materials and you need to make any name substitutions, you may do so at no charge; however, substitutes must be of the same gender (female for female or male for male). NMASC will make every effort to provide a t-shirt in the correct size for the substitute, but we cannot guarantee it as the t-shirt order is placed well in advance of the event. Your school will receive t-shirts in the sizes submitted with your original online reservation form. Be sure to make any substitutions by May 26!
Questions? Contact NMASC Executive Director Mary Hahn by emailing
email@example.com or calling 505-259-0484.
- April 21: Online reservation form due (Extended Deadline - see Step 1 above)
- May 1: Postmark deadline for Student Information Forms, Participant Commitment Forms, and payment (see Step 2 above)
- May 26: Deadline for substitutions
The NMASC Summer Workshop program is designed to provide optimal opportunities for participants to achieve preparation for their leadership roles when they return to their schools. For this reason:
- students are to remain on campus for the entire workshop and to attend all workshop activities.
- there is a no-visitor policy. Parents/guardians and school officials are welcome to report to the workshop headquarters to meet with a student.
- private automobiles (with the exception of advisors' vehicles) are not allowed.