NETA Conference

2022 NETA Annual Conference

April 20-22, 2022
Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain
Burlington, VT
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Can you believe it has been over two years since we’ve convened an in-person NETA Conference? Neither can we, and goodness do we miss you all! As the New England Transfer Association celebrates its 50th year as an organization we're hoping to honor transfer excellence and the traditions we've carried on over the past five decades at our annual conference.


Please note, we have an In-Person and Virtual Conference option.


Keynote Speakers

Conference and Hotel Pricing

In-Person Conference

3-Day Attendance - $350 member / $450 non-member
2-Day Attendance - $325 member / $425 non-member
1-Day Attendance - $300 member / $400 non-member

Virtual Conference Option

Per Day - $50.00 for members / $75 for non-members


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NETA Gives Back Campaign

NETA Gives Back

The New England Transfer Association has always been dedicated to the advancement of transfer students in their pursuit of higher education. As an organization, we value higher learning and best practices in the field of transfer services. Additionally, we also value community, giving back and supporting those in need.

This year, the NETA Gives Back campaign recognizes the dire need for the refugees and displaced peoples of Ukraine. In doing so, NETA has chosen to support the World Central Kitchen #ChefsForUkraine. This organization has donated over 300,000 daily meals to support the people effected by this unprecedented crisis.

It is our hope that NETA can do its part in supporting such a worthy cause. By clicking or scanning the adjoining QR Code, and adding “New England Transfer Association” under Company during checkout, we as an organization will show our united strength of support for such a worthy cause.


Thank you,

Evan Desatnick and The NETA Board

About WOrld Central Kitchen

Founded in 2010 by Chef José Andrés, World Central Kitchen (WCK) is first to the frontlines, providing meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises while working to build resilient food systems with locally led solutions. WCK has served more than 70 million fresh meals to people impacted by natural disasters and other crises around the world. WCK’s Resilience Programs strengthen food and nutrition security by training chefs and school cooks; advancing clean cooking practices; and awarding grants to farms, fisheries, and small food businesses while also providing educational and networking opportunities. Learn more at wck.org.

About WCK's Disaster Relief Work

World Central Kitchen (WCK) is first to the frontlines, providing meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises. When disaster strikes, WCK’s Chef Relief Team mobilizes to the frontlines with the urgency of now to start cooking and provide meals to people in need. Deploying our model of quick action, leveraging local resources, and adapting in real time, we are able to respond to multiple disasters at once — often on opposite ends of the world. By partnering with organizations on the ground and activating a network of food trucks or emergency kitchens, WCK provides freshly made, nutritious meals to survivors of disasters quickly and effectively. We know that good food provides not only nourishment, but also comfort and hope, especially in times of crisis. Learn more at wck.org/relief.

About WCK's Resilience Work

World Central Kitchen (WCK) builds resilient food systems with locally led solutions. After WCK has led a food relief activation and the emergency is over, we sometimes make long-term commitments of support in places where we feel we can successfully address chronic food system challenges with our unique blend of talents and resources. Through locally led approaches, our food resilience programs advance human and environmental health, offer access to professional culinary training, create jobs, and improve food security for the people we serve. This work began after the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti, with the belief that food can be a powerful agent of positive change in distressed communities. Our programs cover a range of areas, including clean cooking, food safety and sanitation, culinary education, and building resilient food systems. Learn more at wck.org/resilience.





Conference Information:

For questions regarding our Annual Conference

Contacts:

Carolyn Freer

NETA Vice President & Conference Chair

Past Conferences

2021 NETA Annual Conference: April 14 - 17, Virtual

2019 NETA Annual Conference: April 24 - 26, Newport Rhode Island

2018 NETA Annual Conference: March 2018, Newport Rhode Island

2017 NETA Annual Conference: March 2017, Portland, Maine