A Special Opportunity

Participants will learn from professional trainers who have in-depth skills in center administration. Equally important is that participants have the opportunity to expand their professional network from others across the country. Participants will find colleagues with similar issues and share best practices.

Topics covered include: leadership, governance, finance, hospitality, human resources, marketing, business administration, facilities management, fund raising, and food service.

Staff can choose from two tracks: a manager track and an executive/administrator track.  Certification is a completion of coursework and developing action plans. Persons participating in this conference will have the opportunity to earn credit toward the IACCA professional certification offered.

IACCA is the only organization that focuses on the unique management skill set needed by nonprofit conference and retreat centers. It caters to the needs of managers, administrators, and directors who provide exceptional programs and services. Committed to education, professionalism, networking, and support, IACCA welcomes both non-members and members in all events and activities.

IACCA participants come from a variety of settings acrossNorth America:

  • Both individual centers and centers that are combined with a camp
  • All types of centers: religious centers, agency centers (such 4H), independent centers, government-owned centers, etc.
  • Both independent centers and those associated with a parent organization
  • All sizes of centers, from the 25-bed to the 1200+ bed facility.

For more information, visit www.iacca.org

Jess Schload is the Executive Director at Life Enrichment Center in Fruitland Park, Fla., a 400-bed facility. He has been involved in conference center administration for 18 years.

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