Career Courses

Purpose

ISA Career Courses are a key component of the Association’s Annual Convention professional development programming. These courses provide registered participants an in-depth instruction on topics such as methodology, teaching strategies, software, and more.

Format

The format of Career Courses differs depending on the topic, the preferences of the Instructor(s), the teaching methodology used, and the goal(s) of the course. In all instances, however, Career Courses take place during half-day sessions at the Annual Convention (the first session is between 8:15am–12:15pm and the second is between 1:45pm–5:45pm).

Past Career Courses

Participation

Participation in an ISA Career Course is via online registration on a first-come, first-serve basis. An individual registers for a Career Course at the same time she or he registers to attend the Annual Convention. Registration costs $25 per Career Course and is non-refundable (irrespective of Program panel conflicts).

Interest in participating in ISA Career Courses is always greater than the number of spaces available in any given Career Course. It is thus imperative that a registered Career Course participant notify ISA HQ as soon as possible if she or he is unable to attend a Career Course. This then allows for the space to be made available to other interested Annual Convention attendees.

Questions?

Contact Kristy Belton, our Director of Professional Development, with questions about this program. 

Proposal Deadline: June 1st

Looking to Register?

Career course registration will open in September after the program is released. Please note that participants cannot request panel schedule requests to accommodate participation in a Career Course. Only register for a Career Course for which you do not have any panel scheduling conflicts.

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