What’s the conference schedule?
The conference begins on Friday morning, February 12, and ends on Saturday evening, February 13. Some meetings for JWJ local coalition staff will continue on Sunday, February 14.
How much does the conference cost to attend?
A general registration ticket for both days of the conference is $300. (The early bird rate of $250 ends January 8.) One-day tickets are also available for $150.
Will child care be provided?
Child care will be provided for children three years and older with advance registration. Infants are welcome to accompany their parents throughout the program. Keep an eye out for updates about activities designed especially for kids!
How do I register more than one person?
The online registration form has an option on the first page to register groups. After you register the first attendee’s information but before you enter your payment method, you will have the opportunity to add additional attendees, but note: you will need to enter a separate email address for each attendee.
When is the banquet? Do I need a separate ticket?
The banquet is on Saturday evening at 6:30 p.m. at the conference hotel. You do not need a separate ticket unless you’re bringing additional guests. Extra banquet tickets may be purchased when you register.
When is the annual Awards Celebration? Do I need a separate ticket?
The Jobs With Justice Education Fund annual Eleanor Roosevelt Human Rights Awards Celebration will be held on Friday evening, February 12. Your conference registration does not include a ticket to the Awards Celebration, though you can purchase them online.
I’m having an issue registering or have a question. Whom should I contact?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-393-1044.
Which meals will be provided?
All meals will be provided on Friday and Saturday, except dinner on Friday evening.
I have food restrictions/concerns. How can I make sure they’re met?
When you register, you’ll be able to inform us of any allergies or food restrictions.
I need special accommodations or interpretation services. How can I make sure they’re met?
When you register, there is a place to inform us of any accommodations or interpretation services you need. You can also email us at email@example.com or call 202-393-1044.
What is the dress code?
You’re encouraged to dress for the conference however you’d like. Both evenings of the conference feature more formal events – the Eleanor Roosevelt Human Rights Awards Celebration on Friday night and the Building a Movement for Workers’ Rights Banquet and Celebration on Saturday night – and you’re welcome to don fancier clothes at these if you wish to.