Great news! The early-bird registration deadline for the NAI Region 6 2017 workshop in Rogers, AR has been extended! Register by February 5 and save $20!
We know life gets busy, so we are extending the early bird deadline for the workshop to February 5. Don’t miss out! The NAI Region 6 workshop is approaching fast: February 26-March 1. Click here to download the registration packet and to register online.
Are You Interested in Having an Exhibit at the NAI Region 6 Annual Workshop?
You are invited to have a display for your exhibit and you are allowed to sell merchandise**.
Click here to download and submit your exhibitor application.
Financial assistance for the Region 6 Workshop is available in the form of a Free Workshop Registration. Thanks to generous donors and funding from the members of NAI Region 6, these stipends are open to ANY current NAI Region 6 member (includes students, volunteers, professionals, seasonals and vendors) demonstrating need and service to the field of interpretation. Stipends are only available to those who are NAI members at the time of application.
The Region 6 scholarship and professional development auction during the annual workshop is a popular event each year, with over one hundred silent auction items, 30+ live auction items, along with the spirited competition of the book nook and tee shirt drop. What makes a great auction item? That is a loaded question (and a good one), and there are some practical things to consider when choosing an item to donate.
It’s not a trick, it a major treat. The Region VI 2016 Awards are here! With fifteen categories to choose from there is sure to be something (or someone) for everyone to nominate. Deadline for nominations is November 30. Region VI recognizes outstanding interpretation through a slate of awards and presented at the annual workshop in Rogers, AR, on February 26 – March 1, 2017. Check it out on the Region VI awards webpage.
Reminder that the 2017 Freeman Tilden Scholarship applications for undergraduate/graduate students are available and the deadline is fast approaching: October 31!
Region VI of the National Association for Interpretation supports a scholarship program for college students—undergraduate and graduate—studying in the field of interpretation (i.e. biology, parks and recreation, wildlife management, outdoor education, museum studies, etc.) The goal of the Freeman Tilden Scholarship Program is to recognize students who have demonstrated academic and professional success and have the potential to make an outstanding contribution to the field of interpretation.