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Transform Your Approach to Tech Projects at Two-Day Conference

Transform Your Approach to Tech Projects at Two-Day Conference

School administrators who lead projects or support information technology can learn new skills with the immersive, in-person Project Management Summer Camp.

The San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) is holding the two-day professional learning and networking event June 27 and 28 at Marina Village Conference Center in San Diego.

“This event goes beyond typical training, focusing on practical application through activities, discussions, and strategic planning,” said Peyri Herrera, senior director of SDCOE’s Enterprise Project Management Office. “Attendees will leave with actionable strategies that they can start implementing next school year.”

Instead of computers and PowerPoint presentations, the sessions will feature highly interactive activities, discussion, and strategic planning.

Space is limited. Register by June 15. $200 covers the workshops along with all materials, and breakfast and lunch each day.

Event sponsors include CITE and California County Superintendents Technology Services Committee.

Learn more on SDCOE’s Project Management page.

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