2022 Summer Camp

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Please join us for the 15th MBEA Summer Boot Camp!

We are pleased to be back on the beautiful campus of Northwood University in Midland, MI.

  • Dress is casual.
  • Through the generous support of Certiport, Eric Gilbert is scheduled to be in Midland to discuss industry certifications, Monday-Thursday, and will provide opportunities for teachers to explore and certify at no cost.
  • Camp will run from 7:45 am – 3:00 pm daily.
  • You MUST bring your own device (laptop).
  • SCECHs for this event are free.
  • Checks must be made payable to Michigan Business Education Association.
  • All payments must be received before the start of the event.
  • Email confirmations will be sent upon payment receipt.
  • THERE WILL BE NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION
  • Cancellation Policy Requests for refund of camp registration must be received by Colleen Webb no later than 4:00 pm on May 31, 2022.
  • A $75 cancellation fee will apply.
  • Cancellations received after May 31, 2022 will receive no refund.
  • The deadline for Summer Boot Camp registration and payment is May 31, 2022--4 p.m.
  • Registrations postmarked and received after May 31 and before 5:00 p.m., June 4, 2022, may be honored ONLY if space is available.
  • A late registration fee of an additional $75 will apply to the registrations after May 31.

Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott
506 Buttles Street Midland MI 48640
$129/night plus taxes

  • Call 989.486.2640 F 989.631.7109, MBEA rate of $129 plus taxes
  • Start Date: Sunday, June 19, 2022
  • End Date: Thursday, June 23, 2022
  • Last Day to Book: Friday, June 3, 2022
  • Tax exempt, ask for their guidelines

NADA Hotel and Conference Center
4000 Whiting Drive Midland, MI 48640
Call 989-837-4284 and register by phone
We are located on the Northwood University Campus
MBEA Meeting space is across from the hotel.
  • You can call the hotel directly at 989-837-4284
  • NADA Hotel Room Rate $75.00 + 11% tax= $83.25 (tax exempt would be $78.75)
  • Guest needs to call hotel 989-837-4284 or send an email to frontdesknada@northwood.edu to make a reservation
  • Guest is to ask for the MBEA special rate

Advancing your Finance program under Perkins V and Career Pathways Updates Accounting – Day 1

  • Identifying program reporting requirements for 2022-2023 in CTEIS and GEMS CIP Self-Review
  • Highlight of program changes, competencies, updated documentation, and industry certifications
  • Discussion of impact on programs, delivery options, and evolving programs
  • Small group work to write course descriptions and compile program resources
  • Identify equipment and software needs in preparation for program advisory committee meetings
  • Certification testing

This collaborative opportunity will identify resources and develop content to advance your program delivery as you transition your program in coordination with Perkins V.

Strand: Finance

Advancing your Finance program under Perkins V and Career Pathways Updates Accounting – Day 2 (a continuation of work from Monday)

  • Discussion of impact on programs, delivery options, and evolving programs
  • Small group work to write course descriptions and compile program resources
  • Identify equipment and software needs in preparation for program advisory committee meetings
  • Certification testing

Certification testing is highly recommended to better inform you of transitioning to the usage of industry certifications and to guide students to become successfully certified.

Strand: Finance

Selection 1
Advancing your BMA program under Perkins V and Career Pathways Updates

  • Identifying program reporting requirements for 2022-2023 in CTEIS and GEMS CIP Self-Review
  • Discuss delivery options
  • Small group work to write course descriptions and compile resources
  • Identify equipment and software needs in preparation for program advisory committee meetings
  • Certification testing

Strand: BMA

Selection 2
IT and Perkins V Updates for Computer Programming and Cybersecurity 1 IT – Day 1
  • Identifying program reporting requirements for in CTEIS and GEMS CIP Self-Review
  • Highlight of program changes, competencies, updated documentation, and industry certifications
  • Discussion of impact on programs, delivery options, and evolving programs
  • Small group work to write course descriptions and compile program resources
  • Identify equipment and software needs in preparation for program advisory committee meetings
  • Certification testing

This collaborative opportunity will identify resources and develop content to advance your program delivery as you transition your program in coordination with Perkins V.

Strands: IT

Selection 3
Delve into Pending Perkins V and Career Pathways Updates for Arts, A/V Technology & Communications
  • Discussion of the Perkins V requirements and the Career Pathways process to update programs
  • Provide input on future program changes and competencies
  • Explore industry certifications and credentials
  • Best practice sharing and compilation of a shared list of resources
  • Certification testing opportunity

Strands: Arts, A/V Technology & Communications

Selection 1
IT and Perkins V Updates for Computer Programming and Cybersecurity IT – Day 2 (a continuation of work from Wednesday)

  • Discussion of impact on programs, delivery options, and evolving programs
  • Small group work to write course descriptions and compile program resources
  • Identify equipment and software needs in preparation for program advisory committee meetings
  • Certification testing

Certification testing is highly recommended to better inform you of transitioning to the usage of industry certifications and to guide students to become successfully certified.

Strands: IT

Selection 2
Work Based Learning Continuum

Perkins V has expanded opportunities for Work-Based Learning (WBL) through Career Awareness, Career Exploration, Career Preparation and Career Training. Develop a clear understanding on the demand for work-based learning, how to provide continuum experiences for high school students, understanding the work-based learning rules and regulations for minors, and how to record WBL experiences for reporting purposes.

Strands: ALL Programs