Get All the Details for MSCA18!

October 5, 2018

We are just weeks away from the 33rd Annual MSCA Education Conference and have launched the MSCA18 phone App and digital program book, with access to all the details needed for a successful and inspiring experience at this year’s conference! Both the App and program book include detailed descriptions of the inspiring key note speeches, relevant peer group topics and powerful education sessions, as well as optional activities and extras that will be available throughout this information packed week.

With exclusive content and access to the conference attendee list, ability to directly message other conference attendees, download conference handouts and build personal conference schedules — the App is the perfect tool to navigate this year’s conference.  It is available in the Apple and Google Play stores using keyword MSCA18.

We have a lot of exciting things in store for this year’s conference and we are excited to share them all with all participants in just a few more weeks!

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