After months of planning, building and testing, the NACAS Marketplace was launched in early June 2018....
NACAS East Benefits
NACAS East proudly announces Educational Grants are now available for NACAS East members. The grants will support attendance at NACAS Conferences and CASP exam registration fees. The Board has made a commitment to fund up to eight grants per year, beginning with four registrations to East CX, taking place in Saratoga Springs, New York from June 17 – 20. There will also be two registrations for the C3X 2018 Annual Conference and Expo in Orlando, Florida and two registration fees for the CASP certification exam. Click on these links to access the Educational Grants Policy Form and Educational Grants Application Form. Please note the April 6 deadline for the NACAS East Conference Grant. For more information, contact Phil Allison, Vice President, at email@example.com or call him at 410-293-2378.
On the Road
On the Road with NACAS East sessions are presented by auxiliary professionals near you. Our goal is to have sessions throughout the region within a two- to three-hour drive. Bring another person from your institution, tour the facility or operation, grab some lunch, and then participate in a discussion concerning the area of interest. You can be back on your campus easily within the course of a work day.
Would you like to show off a recent renovation? How about that new food truck you just put into service? Have a great sustainability program? We would love for you to share whatever it is with your colleagues. We are seeking On the Road with NACAS East programs for 2018/2019. We need programs throughout the region, so don’t hold back.
Watch for additional information on upcoming professional development opportunities at www.nacas.org
If you are interested, please feel free to contact Mary Lieto, Executive Director of Auxiliary Services at Pace University – Pleasantville/Briarcliffe, to schedule a program for your campus.
Phone: (914) 773-3607
Mereese Ladson Diversity Scholarship
The Ladson Diversity Scholarship was established in 2005 in honor of the late Mereese Ladson, Controller at Brooklyn College (CUNY). Ms. Ladson was a President and long-time leader of NACAS East and a great friend to the entire association. Ms. Ladson’s professionalism, commitment to inclusiveness for all, and leadership were sources of inspiration to our members. Visit the NACAS Foundation website to donate to the Mereese Ladson Fund or learn more about the scholarship.