Beginning at 10:00am Thursday, May 18, we have special sessions for those in roles of leadership within the homeschool community.
We appreciate you and want to encourage, update, and thank you for all your sacrifice and service to Michigan’s home educators!
Cost: Summit is FREE; $15/leader to cover the dinner meal, and $8/person boxed lunch available from Chick-fil-A.
Special Invitation For All Michigan Homeschool Leaders
Please join us for our
34th Annual Michigan Home Education Convention Leadership Summit
Thursday, May 18th, 2017
Hosted by INCH, Information Network for Christian Homes
PLEASE NOTE OUR LOCATION THIS YEAR:
2nd Floor Capitol 1 Ballroom, Radisson Lansing Hotel
111 North Grand Ave., Lansing, 48933 (10:00am – 9:00 pm)
|10:00am||Leadership Summit Welcome, Announcements, Logistical overview – Mike Winter, INCH Executive Director|
|10:20am||Hal & Melanie Young, “Finding Balance Between Helping Homeschoolers and Being One”|
|11:30am||Beth Mora, “Embracing Marketing Shifts in the Homeschool Community”|
|12:30pm||Lunch [Chick-Fil-A boxed lunch available. Please reserve yours on the Leader Summit Reservation Form; $8.00/person.]|
|1:30pm||Shopping at Used Curriculum Sale|
|2:30pm||Legislative Briefing – Education Issues & General Issues with various State Reps & Senators|
|4:15pm||Overcoming Public School Partnerships/Legislative Follow-up|
|5:30 pm||Leader/Speaker Dinner at Radisson Hotel Capital Ballroom [RSVP’s for dinner can be made on the Leadership Summit Reservation Form below; $15/person.]|
|6:30 pm||Dessert Buffet & Registration for Taste of Homeschooling, Refresh Your Marriage events. These events are free to conference attendees.|
|7:00 – 9:00 pm||Taste of Homeschooling – Radisson Capital Ballroom;
Refresh Your Marriage – Rm. 201 Lansing Center;
These are FREE events.
(To aid in planning, please be sure to indicate on the Leadership Summit Reservation Form the number of leaders we can expect to help by serving as Table Hosts/tour leaders for the Taste of Homeschooling.)
Hal & Melanie Young – Raising Real Men
Finding Balance Between Helping Homeschoolers and Being One
Description is coming.
Beth Mora – Here to Help Learning
Embracing Marketing Shifts in the Homeschool Community
We all know it. We all must face it and embrace it. The new homeschool family is an online family shaped by budget constraints and cyber culture. In this session, we’ll explore new ways of meeting the needs of the next generation of homeschool families. We live in an exciting time that’s filled with more opportunities to serve than ever!
- Host homes are available – We realize that holding the Leadership Summit on Thursday means one more overnight for those of you staying for the convention (which we hope is most of you!) So we’d like to offer to house you in the home of a local homeschooling family. Please contact INCH if you’d like free accommodations on Thursday night. We need to know as soon as possible if you’re interested in this option so we can make the necessary arrangements. (Tell us how many, any preferences, allergies, etc.) Discount hotel rates have also been negotiated and details are found at ‘Accommodations’ under the Conference tab on the inch.org website.
- Used Curriculum Sale – Held this year in the Lansing Center Main Hall A, hosted by CHESS from 2-7 pm Thursday. Only $1 admission or bring a can to donate to the Lansing City Rescue Mission and get in free. Details and contact information can be found at http://ucs.sudleysprings.com/chess/
- Taste of Homeschooling – Please extend a special invitation to new or prospective homeschoolers in your area! This will include an introduction to homeschooling, presentations by our featured speakers, a Q & A panel, and a sneak peek into the vendor hall- tours led by you leaders. We would appreciate as many of you as possible staying to serve as table hosts and tour leaders. Thank you in advance!