EXHIBITOR OPPORTUNITIES

WHY EXHIBIT?

Vendors who seek to have a more meaningful face to face interaction with prospective buyers are encouraged to submit an application for SBL2021. We encourage vendors to apply that provide a service or product that aids educators in becoming more equipped to teach black boys and girls. While not all services will have a direct impact on black students, we encourage all vendors who are interested in reaching a diverse audience to consider applying.

For additional sponsorship opportunities please contact info@stateofblacklearning.com.

Each vendor package includes the following: 

Deadline for Vendor Request

June 19, 2021

Vendor Fee

$500

SPONSORSHIP  OPPORTUNITIES

WHY BECOME A SPONSOR?

OUR BELIEFS

The conveners of the State of Black Learning (SBL) believe it is imperative that educators regularly engage in professional development opportunities that train and equip them to understand Black student development and improve their responsiveness to systemic inequalities that impact Black student learning everyday. Therefore, the mission of SBL is to foster dialogue and provide practical tools for all educators (teachers, specialists, principals, administrative assistants, coaches and more) to incorporate sustainable resources into the work they do.

 

 

TRANSFORMING BLACK EDUCATION

Historically, education has been seen as a ‘one size fits all’ system for students. Research shows this is not the case, especially with Black students. Whether considering a child’s home life or integrating a learning strategy to enhance student engagement, it is essential to hone in on the ways in which educators interact with and teach Black students. SBL is designed to increase educator effectiveness and provide the tools necessary to help conference participants address all of the factors that improve student outcomes and help Black children learn.

 

 

OUR COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION

SBL is a two-day conference which gathers thought leaders, learning stakeholders and educators across the country who teach through various platforms. We aim to cultivate personal and professional development among educators who value knowledge and the enhancement of Black students’ lives. SBL uses insightful analysis, commentary and facilitated dialogue on best practices to help participants critically discuss how systemic inequities in race, gender and socioeconomic status continue to shape and impact learning for Black children. SBL participants will be eligible for Act 48 credits for their participation. 

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

  • Prominent recognition as Presenting Sponsor
  • Dinner with local leaders and Keynote speaker
  • Make welcoming & closing remarks to open the conference
  • Logo prominently displayed during entire conference
  • Logo prominently displayed on all conference collateral material
  • Registrations for 30 conference attendees
  • Prominent recognition as a Keynote Sponsor
  • Dinner with local leaders and Keynote speaker
  • Make introduction of the Keynote Speaker
  • Logo prominently displayed during the entire conference
  • Logo prominently displayed on all conference collateral material
  • Registration for 15 conference attendees
  • Prominent recognition as Panel Discussion Sponsor
  • Make introduction of the Panel participants and subject matter
  • Logo prominently displayed on all conference collateral material
  • Registration for 15 conference attendees
  • Prominent recognition as Session Sponsor
  • Make introduction of the session presenters during first session
  • Logo prominently displayed during the conference 
  • Registration for 15 conference attendees
  • Logo prominently displayed at Black Educators Ball
  • Logo prominently displayed during the conference 
  • Registration for 5 conference attendees
  • Logo displayed on website

There are other ways to become a sponsor that are not listed here.  

Please contact Mr. Brandon D. Coney at info@stateofblacklearning.com for more information.

About State of Black Learning Conference

SBL is a two-day conference which will gather thought leaders, learning stakeholders, and educators to help participants critically discuss how systemic inequities in race, gender, and socioeconomic status continue to shape and impact learning for Black children.

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