Registration: open until October 30th
Conference dates: Sunday, October 25th– Tuesday, October 27th
Registration Fees for the Washington FCS Annual Conference:
WAFCS or WAFACSE Active Member $100.00
WAFCS Student Member $ 10.00
WAFCS or WAFACSE Retired (Emeritus) Member $ 50.00
Active Non-Member $150.00
Student Non-Member $ 25.00
Retired Non-Member $ 75.00
Additional information to add:
- Combination of synchronous and asynchronous sessions (all will be recorded).
- All conference sessions and materials will be available for viewing by attendees following the conference. More information to come.
- The WAFCS Scholarship Fundraiser is also going virtual this year. Donations will be made through a Facebook Fundraiser and on a link on the conference registration link. https://www.facebook.com/donate/2371517506490140/
Tentative Conference Schedule (Subject to change)
Two keynote speakers:
The workplace of tomorrow is vastly different from what currently exists. How will globalization, the space race, and technological advances such as automation, virtual reality, and augmented reality impact the future world of work for your students that are enrolled in FACSE? Join Rachael Mann on a journey to discover forecasted changes in the world around us and how to prepare for careers that are both out of this world and down to Earth.
DR. Robert Maurer
As the Director of Behavioral Sciences for Providence Family Medicine and a faculty member with the University of Washington School of Medicine, Dr. Maurer has studied how individuals, families, and organizations sustain their excellence in health, relationship, and work. He is also an Associate Clinical Professor at the UCLA School of Medicine. He has served as a consultant to Walt Disney Studios, the US Air Force and Navy, Costco, American Express, Four Seasons Hotels, Make-A-Wish, and Habitat for Humanity. His book on creativity and change, entitled, One Small Step can Change Your Life was published in the fall of 2004 and is now in twenty four languages. It was listed as one of Google’s 100 Best Books. He is also the author of The Spirit of Kaizen and Mastering Fear. His work as a clinical psychologist has resulted in the development of an extensive series of programs designed to meet the challenges of building and sustaining excellence and well-being.