October 11-13, 2017 – Granlibakken Conference Center – Lake Tahoe, California
The California Aquatic Management School (CAMS) was formed in 2001 by a group of dedicated Aquatic Section leaders with a vision to conduct a premiere training for aquatic professionals. CAMS will offer networking opportunities as well as nationally recognized speakers discussing topics such as legislation, staff training, staff performance, facility design, program enhancements, emergency preparation, aquatic hot topics and much more. When you attend CAMS you can expect a 3-day experience like no other conference ever attended.
November 30-December 2, 2017 – Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center – Marietta, Georgia
This year’s Triventure theme is “Every Body Moving Forward”. While the 2017 NIRSA Triventure will offer attendees three separate tracks to choose from, it’s overall theme encompasses the missions of all three institutes. Everybody—regardless of color, experience, or body shape—is invited to participate in collegiate recreation. All three institutes are also keeping an eye on the future as they keep attendees up-to-date on cutting edge programming and best practices.
February 5-8, 2017 – TradeWinds Island Resort – St. Pete Beach, Florida
The Association of Aquatic Professionals is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 Organization. You are among many who have chosen to be involved with a cutting edge professional membership based organization. It is our goal to bring together professionals from all aspects of aquatics to network, educate, advocate, enrich, and improve the aquatics industry across the United States and internationally.
March 13-16, 2018 – Long Beach Convention Center – Long Beach, California
Founded in 1946, CPRS is a nonprofit, professional and public interest organization with close to 4,000 members who create community. The California Park & Recreation Society’s mission is to advance the park and recreation profession through education, networking, resources and advocacy. CPRS is the source of resources, tools, advocacy and events that strengthen California’s public parks and recreation industry and our professionals. CPRS unites members and creates networks across disciplines and agency boundaries to achieve together what we cannot do alone.