Early registration is encouraged since workshop space is limited. Attendees will receive a discount for registration prior to September 13th, 2013. Conference registration includes a continental breakfast, late afternoon refreshments, lunch, continuing education credits, and a 10th anniversary commemorative item. Pre-registration is open until September 20th, 2013; however, participants will also be able to register on site the day of the Conference.
Fees: The cost of the conference for attendees is $75 for one day and $150 for two days; however, the fees range for attendees. The cost of registration after September 20th is $85 per day or $170 for two days.
Presenters: Registration fees for presenters are waived, although, presenters are welcome to make a donation.
UT Staff and Students: Registration fees are waived for University of Toledo students. Attending University of Toledo Faculty and Staff are encouraged to make a donation.
Non-UT Students: The cost for students outside of the University of Toledo is $30 for one day and $60 for two days. All students must show student ID the day of the conference.
International Attendees: Registration fees for International attendees is waived. E-mail us if you are interested in attending for registration details.
Survivors: Survivors of prostitution, human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation may attend the conference for free. To register as a survivor, please complete the registration form and indicate in the provided field that you are a survivor before mailing to the listed address.
Donations: Conference attendees may donate more than the minimum registration price. All donations are appreciated and will go to the Lucas County Human Trafficking Coalition, a local anti-trafficking initiative.
If you have any additional registration questions do not to hesitate to contact the conference committee.