2015 PROMISE Grantee Meeting

2015 PROMISE Grantee Meeting

Wednesday, November 18, 2015- Thursday, November 19, 2015
Location: Washington, DC

The PROMISE grantee meeting is for the leadership and staff of the six PROMISE Model Demonstration Projects (MDP) and their federal partners. The PROMISE MDP staff will have the opportunity to discuss recruitment and engagement strategies, as well as share other aspects of the implementation of the demonstration projects.


Wednesday, November 18, 2015: 1:00-5:00pm
Thursday, November 19, 2015: 8:30am-4:00pm


A meeting agenda will be posted at right when available.

Location, Transportation, & Lodging

Photo of the outside of the Renaissance HotelThe Washington DC Renaissance Hotel at 999 9th Street NW, Washington DC is the official host hotel of the 2015 PROMISE Grantee Meeting. This meeting is being held in conjunction with the AUCD2015 Conference; see this AUCD2015 page to make a reservation and learn more about public transportation, parking, and information about the area.

Attendees & Cost

This meeting is only open to PROMISE Grantees and their invited guests, and costs $35 per person.

PROMISE Grantees are encouraged to also attend all or part of the AUCD2015 Conference at the same location on Monday-Wednesday, November 16-18. There will be several presentations by PROMISE grantees as well as several sessions on topics related to postsecondary education and transition, including a Wednesday morning plenary focusing solely on these topics. There is no charge to attend AUCD2015 on November 18; the cost to attend also on November 17 is $260. Interested attendees MUST register separately for any part of the AUCD Conference in which they intend to participate. 


post-it saying Online pre-registration is currently CLOSED for this meeting. You are still welcome to attend, but must register and pay at the AUCD registration desk on the Ballroom level of the Renaissance hotel, in the Grand foyer at the bottom of the escalator. 





For more information, contact Michael Gamel-McCormick or Leon Barnett.