2015 OPA Convention

Reaching the Margins: Serving the Underserved

April 29-May 1, 2015 | Columbus, OH

The Education Committee is currently reviewing proposals. Thank you to those who submitted. Presenters will be notified no later than October 24, 2014 of their proposal acceptance. In submitting a proposal, presenters accept responsibility for the time scheduled for their presentation and agree that they will meet all set deadlines.

Advertising, Sponsor and Exhibitor Opportunities
There are many ways to get involved and get your company’s name recognized during OPA’s Convention, from advertising in the Convention registration brochure, advertising in the on-site Convention program, sponsoring a breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack or workshop or hosting an exhibitor’s table.

About the OPA Convention
The OPA Convention is an annual, three day event combining networking, continuing education, academic-related and OPA membership events. Now taking place each spring, the Convention typically attracts over 300 psychologist attendees, reputed speakers and presenters, student poster presenters, exhibitors, sponsors, award winners and guests. The 2015 Convention will be held April 29 – May 1, 2015, at the Quest Conference Center in Columbus.

Questions?
Contact Joan Bowman, Director of Membership & Education, or call 614-224-0034.

 

 

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