Contact info@bet-c.org to apply for BET-C 2017 Sponsorship/Exhibitor opportunities.

Conference Hosts

KOI Education

KOI partners with educators and organizations to implement effective solutions that result in dramatic improvements to academic and behavioral outcomes for student, teachers, and the community. We have over 20 years of knowledge and experience providing direct services in K-12, higher education, and business.

Our educational focus includes behavior systems – including School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, evidence-based teaching and learning strategies, applied educational technologies, and special education interventions.

ODYSSEYWARE

odysseyware-logoOdysseyware® delivers a technology-rich learning management system with engaging core and elective courses to public, charter, and virtual schools in more than 2,500 school districts across the United States. With courses available for students in grades K-12, Odysseyware can be seamlessly integrated into a traditional educational environment or used in a blended learning program to reach a diverse range of students.

Sponsors

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thinkLaw

Our comprehensive program of teacher tools, student guides, and virtual coaching is based on real-­life cases because the law’s Socratic questioning methods make it easy for teachers to ask the questions that build student critical thinking skills. And the law speaks to students’ sense of fairness and justice, motivating them to adopt the critical thinking mindsets and habits needed to apply these skills throughout their lives. thinkLaw is also standards-­aligned, allowing teachers to incorporate it into what they are already doing in their classrooms.

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Association for Positive Behavior Supports (APBS)

APBS is a membership organization that engages in varied activities and endeavors related to Positive Behavior Support. APBS places greatest emphasis on activities associated with expanding the emerging science of Positive Behavior Support. Beyond expanding the science of Positive Behavior Support through research and outreach endeavors APBS further invests its resources in supporting networking related to the design and implementation on Positive Behavior Support across various contexts.

As such, APBS is primarily a scientifically oriented organization that is also heavily invested in networking. APBS also supports (on a more limited basis) policy-related endeavors associated with Positive Behavior Support. APBS members have access to all association materials through various sources including the organization’s website (www.apbs.org). Further, members of the organization elect members to its governing board on an annual basis and may access those elected board members through a variety of methods including the website.

Review360

Review360-co-branded-2Review360® offers school districts across the US a better path to improving student behavior. Review360 is a web-based, research-supported behavior improvement solution that employs best practices with content, assessments, and progress monitoring including: incident tracking, intervention strategies, Universal Screeners, FBA Behavior Observation System and behavioral plan management. CASE endorses this comprehensive system that includes solutions for: Improving Student Behavior and School Climate, RtI/PBIS Implementation, Students with Emotional Disabilities, and Students with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism.

unspecified-3Arizona Department of Education

The Arizona Department of Education’s (ADE’s) Mission: To serve Arizona’s education community, ensuring every child has access to an excellent education.

Partners

ASU Center for Child Well Being  asu_logo_white

The mission of ASU’s Center for Child Well-Being is to advance child and family well-being. We believe society can collectively overcome challenges and make a difference by ensuring the health and well-being of its children. Drawing upon the expertise of faculty from across ASU’s research enterprise, we work to increase resilience among families and to build safer and more vibrant communities for young people.

Arizona K12 CenterK12centerlogo

At the Arizona K12 Center, we understand that good teachers never stop learning. There are always new areas to explore in the practice of teaching. One fresh innovation can make all the difference to you and your students. Teachers are our priority because when they succeed, their students succeed. So the next professional learning opportunity you take could very well be the most important one.

Arizona Council of Exceptional Children

Arizona Council of Exceptional Children is dedicated to advocating and improving education for students with identified learning challenges. This is our mission; this is our challenge. We support our students through supporting each other by providing you with resources, research, networking, and opportunities to renew and refresh your professional knowledge.

Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center

Established in 1997, the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) is an SAARCinternationally recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to autism research, education, evidence-based treatment, and community outreach. We are one of the only autism organizations in the world that provides a lifetime of services for individuals and their families while also conducting cutting edge research.

Arizona School Counselors Association (AZSCA)

AZ School CounselorsThe Arizona School Counselors Association, Inc. supports school counselors through professional development, resources, and advocacy at the state and national level. We empower school counselors to lead systemic change by delivering to all students a comprehensive competency based program, aligned with state standards for academic, social/emotional ,and career development.

Maricopa County Education Service Agency (MCESA)

MCESAThe Maricopa County Education Service Agency (MCESA) is dedicated to ensuring that the more than 700,000 school-age children in the county graduate college- and career-ready. MCESA builds alliance partnerships to provide leadership, services and programs in the areas of Educational Innovation, Economic Management and Executive Leadership. Under the direction of the Maricopa County Superintendent of Schools, the agency is also statutorily responsible for approximately 160 mandates related to education in Maricopa County.

PBISaz

PBISAz is the statewide, interdisciplinary coalition working to bring Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) to all corners of Arizona. PBISAz is dedicated to improving learning and quality of life for individuals by making environments (school, home, and community) more positive, consistent, and safe through the application of PBIS.

AZ Camp SunriseSouthwest Kid’s Cancer Foundation

Southwest Kids Cancer Foundation and Arizona Camp Sunrise & Sidekicks provide programs and services to children who are diagnosed with cancer and their family members.

Northern Arizona University Extended Campus

NAU Extended Campuses Horizontal Logo Color_High Re_001The Extended Campuses of Northern Arizona University delivers a respected, affordable university education to students wherever they want to learn. Through its statewide community campuses, extensive online options, innovative programs and passion for student success, NAU-Extended Campuses empowers busy people to advance in their careers and make a difference in their communities.

Raising Special KidsRaising Special Kids

Raising Special Kids is a parent resource center serving Arizona’s families that are raising children birth to 26 that have a developmental disability or special health care need. Raising Special Kids provides information and training regarding IDEA rights and responsibilities, Parent to Parent Connections and assistance with systems navigation.

Sanford Harmony Program

sanford-harmony-logoSanford Harmony is a research-based SEL program designed to build healthy relationships among students. Pre-K – 6th grade students practice friendship skills, problem solve, and learn to regulate emotions through the everyday practices of Meet Up and Buddy Up, lessons, activities, and stories. Educators love Harmony as it is flexible, easy to implement, and builds inclusive learning communities where the focus is on teaching and learning. Harmony supports school-wide RtI/PBIS, and restorative practices. Discover how Philanthropist Denny Sanford and National University will donate classroom Harmony Kits and provide teacher training for your organization at no cost!

University of Arizona College of Education

coe-logo_1As we conduct research on the grand challenges facing education today, our college is focused on innovation that works. Our graduates include teachers, of course, but also leaders, researchers, counselors, deaf interpreters, school psychologists, special education teachers, principals, and superintendents. An education degree can serve as the foundation for a career in law, nursing, writing, and so much more — just ask our alumni!

Terros HealthTerros

Terros Health provides culturally responsive, integrated and evidence-based addiction and mental health counseling, primary medical care, mobile crisis services and community substance use and HIV/STD prevention and education for adults, adolescents, youth and families.

Expect More Arizona
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Expect More Arizona is a statewide, nonpartisan organization dedicated to ensuring every Arizona child receives a  world-class education, from the early years through college or career. By raising awareness, elevating expectations, and moving organizations, parents and voters to take action to support education, Expect More Arizona works to make education a top priority for all Arizonans. You can learn more about our work and join the movement by signing up at ExpectMoreArizona.org.

TeenLifeLine

Teen Lifeline’s mission is to provide a safe, teenlifelinelogo2confidential, and crucial crisis service where teens help teens make healthy decisions together. Now in their 30th year in Arizona, Teen Lifeline uses a 3-pronged programmatic approach to empower youth with the skills they need to overcome obstacles they will encounter; with the ultimate goal to erase teen suicide. Their programs include the free, confidential, and anonymous 24/7 Crisis Hotline and new text messaging service; Life Skills Development program to train youth 15-19 to staff the hotline; and Community Education and Prevention Services to provide awareness, education, and prevention within the community.

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Family Friendly Schools in conjunction with Engage Press provides support materials for schools and families to help them collaborate for children’s learning. Books and DVDs are the hardcopy materials for support. Presentation, workshops, and now webinars are available as well. The results of a workshop or webinar are plans developed by schools and families to take them from needs to results.

Arizona Science Center

Arizona Science Center’s (ASC) mission is to inspire, educate, and engage curious minds azsc-logohorizcolwtag-1-2through science, and this spirit of inquiry is embedded in our tagline – Never Stop Wondering. Using a hands-on approach to science exploration and inspiration ASC uses its 98,000 square feet of gallery spaces and over 300 hands-on exhibits to spark an interest in science among its visitors. Additional learning opportunities and services include professional development services for educational leaders, community STEM outreach programs, after school STEM clubs, standards-aligned field trips, camps, home school classes, public workshops, adult programming and themed science engagement events.

The Foundation for Blind Children

FBC-Logo-Horizontal-292UThe Foundation for Blind Children was founded in 1952 by parents of blind children who wanted services for their blind children in Phoenix, instead of having to send them to the State Institution for the Blind in Tucson. The Foundation for Blind Children serves the blind and visually impaired of all ages, from birth to currently 102 years old. As the only agency of its kind in Arizona, the Foundation for Blind Children is an essential resource to families and children with blindness or low vision.

Arizona Autism United

Arizona Autism United (AZA United) is our state’s largest direct services nonprofit organization aza-united-logospecializing in autism treatment. Our mission is to help as many families as possible with individualized supports. Available services include ABA behavioral intervention programs, speech therapy, behavioral health treatment, sibling support, habilitation & respite care, school consultation and staff training, and an annual conference.

Exhibitors

PBIS Rewardspbis-horizontal-for-badge

PBIS Rewards is an affordable school-wide PBIS management system that assists schools by making it quick and easy to continuously reward students for meeting behavior expectations. Teachers and staff reward students with points with a simple click of their smartphone anytime students are observed following behavior expectations regardless of where it takes place. In the classroom, teachers can use a web browser to award points from their desk! Everything is tracked and recorded. We make it easy for students to know their account balance and we make it easy for schools to manage every aspect of the program. Students can redeem their points for items, privileges, and attendance at events – all through PBIS Rewards.

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We at the Talbot Team offer a very special Real Estate program designed specifically for Teachers with a $0.00 Out- Of-Pocket cost loan. In addition we contribute 10% or our commission to the Teacher’s school/classroom. We have contributed thousands of dollars to our local schools and would love to add you and your school to our list of recipients.

Arizona Camp Sunrise and Sidekicks
AZ Camp Sunrise

The Southwest Kids’ Cancer Foundation’s Arizona Camp Sunrise (the first camp in Arizona for children with cancer), along with the Sidekicks program (the only program in the state made specifically for the siblings of cancer patients), help thousands of children participate in retreats, teen trips, and other special events year round, all made possible by a staff of over 100 adult volunteers.

Arizona Council of Exceptional Children

Arizona Council of Exceptional Children is dedicated to advocating and improving education for students with identified learning challenges. This is our mission; this is our challenge. We support our students through supporting each other by providing you with resources, research, networking, and opportunities to renew and refresh your professional knowledge.

Arizona School Counselors Association (AZSCA)

AZ School CounselorsThe Arizona School Counselors Association, Inc. supports school counselors through professional development, resources, and advocacy at the state and national level. We empower school counselors to lead systemic change by delivering to all students a comprehensive competency based program, aligned with state standards for academic, social/emotional ,and career development.

Association for Positive Behavior Support APBS_2.5x2

APBS is an international organization dedicated to promoting research-based    strategies that combine applied behavior analysis and biomedical science with person-centered values and systems change to increase quality of life and decrease problem behaviors.

ASU CENTER FOR CHILD WELL-BEING

asu-center-for-child-well-being_maroon-gold-logo-cmyk-printThe mission of ASU’s Center for Child Well-Being is to advance child and family well-being. We believe society can collectively overcome challenges and make a difference by ensuring the health and well-being of its children. Drawing upon the expertise of faculty from across ASU’s research enterprise, we work to increase resilience among families and to build safer and more vibrant communities for young people.

aza-united-logoArizona Autism United

Arizona Autism United (AZA United) is our state’s largest direct services nonprofit organization specializing in autism treatment. Our mission is to help as many families as possible with individualized supports. Available services include ABA behavioral intervention programs, speech therapy, behavioral health treatment, sibling support, habilitation & respite care, school consultation and staff training, and an annual conference.

Arizona K12 CenterK12centerlogo

At the Arizona K12 Center we understand that good teachers never stop learning. There are always new areas to explore in the practice of teaching. One fresh innovation can make all the difference to you and your students. Teachers are our priority because when they succeed, their students succeed. So the next professional learning opportunity you take could very well be the most important one.

Arizona Science Center

azsc-logohorizcolwtag-1-2Arizona Science Center’s (ASC) mission is to inspire, educate, and engage curious minds through science, and this spirit of inquiry is embedded in our tagline – Never Stop Wondering. Using a hands-on approach to science exploration and inspiration ASC uses its 98,000 square feet of gallery spaces and over 300 hands-on exhibits to spark an interest in science among its visitors. Additional learning opportunities and services include professional development services for educational leaders, community STEM outreach programs, after school STEM clubs, standards-aligned field trips, camps, home school classes, public workshops, adult programming and themed science engagement events.

Family Friendly SchoolsScreen Shot 2016-08-30 at 9.29.58 PM

Family Friendly Schools in conjunction with Engage Press provides support materials for schools and families to help them collaborate for children’s learning. Books and DVDs are the hardcopy materials for support. Presentation, workshops, and now webinars are available as well. The results of a workshop or webinar are plans developed by schools and families to take them from needs to results.

Foundation for Blind ChildrenFBC-Logo-Horizontal-292U

The Foundation for Blind Children was founded in 1952 by parents of blind children who wanted services for their blind children in Phoenix, instead of having to send them to the State Institution for the Blind in Tucson.

The Foundation for Blind Children serves the blind and visually impaired of all ages, from birth to currently 102 years old. As the only agency of its kind in Arizona, the Foundation for Blind Children is an essential resource to families and children with blindness or low vision.

KOI Education

KOI partners with educators and organizations to implement effective solutions that result in dramatic improvements to academic and behavioral outcomes for student, teachers, and the community. We have over 20 years of knowledge and experience providing direct services in K-12, higher education, and business.

Our educational focus includes behavior systems – including School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, evidence-based teaching and learning strategies, applied educational technologies, and special education interventions.

Maricopa County Education Service Agency (MCESA)

MCESAThe Maricopa County Education Service Agency (MCESA) is dedicated to ensuring that the more than 700,000 school-age children in the county graduate college- and career-ready. MCESA builds alliance partnerships to provide leadership, services and programs in the areas of Educational Innovation, Economic Management and Executive Leadership. Under the direction of the Maricopa County Superintendent of Schools, the agency is also statutorily responsible for approximately 160 mandates related to education in Maricopa County.

Northern Arizona University Extended Campus

NAU Extended Campuses Horizontal Logo Color_High Re_001The Extended Campuses of Northern Arizona University delivers a respected, affordable university education to students wherever they want to learn. Through its statewide community campuses, extensive online options, innovative programs and passion for student success, NAU-Extended Campuses empowers busy people to advance in their careers and make a difference in their communities.

ODYSSEYWARE

odysseyware-logoOdysseyware® delivers a technology-rich learning management system with engaging core and elective courses to public, charter, and virtual schools in more than 2,500 school districts across the United States. With courses available for students in grades K-12, Odysseyware can be seamlessly integrated into a traditional educational environment or used in a blended learning program to reach a diverse range of students.

PBISAz

pbisaz-logo1-2PBISAz is the statewide, interdisciplinary coalition working to bring Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) to all corners of Arizona. PBISAz is dedicated to improving learning and quality of life for individuals by making environments (school, home, and community) more positive, consistent, and safe through the application of PBIS.

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Playworks leverages the power of play at recess to transform school climates. Currently, we are partnering with 46 schools in Arizona. All our partner schools see an increase in physical activity and inclusive play, a reduction in bullying and aggression, and an increase in students’ positive interactions and ability to resolve conflicts independently.

Raising Special KidsRaising Special Kids

Raising Special Kids is a parent resource center serving Arizona’s families that are raising children     birth to 26 that have a developmental disability or special health care need. Raising Special Kids provides information and training regarding IDEA rights and responsibilities, Parent to Parent Connections and assistance with systems navigation.

Review360

Review360-co-branded-2Review360® offers school districts across the US a better path to improving student behavior. Review360 is a web-based, research-supported behavior improvement solution that employs best practices with content, assessments, and progress monitoring including: incident tracking, intervention strategies, Universal Screeners, FBA Behavior Observation System and behavioral plan management. CASE endorses this comprehensive system that includes solutions for: Improving Student Behavior and School Climate, RtI/PBIS Implementation, Students with Emotional Disabilities, and Students with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism.

Sanford Harmony Program

Sanford Harmony is a research-based SEL program designed to build healthy relationships among students. Pre-K – 6th grade students practice friendship skills, problem solve, and learn to regulate emotions through the everyday practices of Meet Up and Buddy Up, lessons, activities, and stories. Educators love Harmony as it is flexible, easy to implement, and builds inclusive learning communities where the focus is on teaching and learning. Harmony supports school-wide RtI/PBIS, and restorative practices. Discover how Philanthropist Denny Sanford and National University will donate classroom Harmony Kits and provide teacher training for your organization at no cost!

Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center

SAARCEstablished in 1997, the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) is an internationally recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to autism research, education, evidence-based treatment, and community outreach. We are one of the only autism organizations in the world that provides a lifetime of services for individuals and their families while also conducting cutting edge research.

TeenLifeLine

teenlifelinelogo2Teen Lifeline’s mission is to provide a “safe, confidential, and crucial crisis service where teens help teens make healthy decisions together.” Now in their 30th year in Arizona, Teen Lifeline uses a 3-pronged programmatic approach to empower youth with the skills they need to overcome obstacles they will encounter; with the ultimate goal to erase teen suicide. Their programs include the free, confidential, and anonymous 24/7 Crisis Hotline and new text messaging service; Life Skills Development program to train youth 15-19 to staff the hotline; and Community Education and Prevention Services to provide awareness, education, and prevention within the community.

Terros HealthTerros

Terros Health provides culturally responsive, integrated and evidence-based addiction and mental health counseling, primary medical care, mobile crisis services and community substance use and HIV/STD prevention and education for adults, adolescents, youth and families.

University of Arizona College of Education

coe-logo_1As we conduct research on the grand challenges facing education today, our college is focused on innovation that works. Our graduates include teachers, of course, but also leaders, researchers, counselors, deaf interpreters, school psychologists, special education teachers, principals, and superintendents. An education degree can serve as the foundation for a career in law, nursing, writing, and so much more — just ask our alumni!

Opportunities

2017 Sponsor/Exhibitor Packages

October 5, 2017
Black Canyon Conference Center

Contact info@bet-c.org to apply for BET-C Sponsorship/Exhibitor opportunities.

Level Benefits Cost

Platinum

  • Logo on all print and web-based marketing collateral and promotional email/mailings
  • Logo on conference program
  • Full page program ad
  • Exhibitor table, with premium location guaranteed
  • (2) paid registrations
  • (3) VIP registrations
  • Up to (2) value-add breakout sessions
  • Company description and logo on BET-C website
  • Company description in program
  • Materials placed in conference bag
$8,000

Gold

  • Lunch sponsor signage with company logo
  • Exhibitor table, with premium location guaranteed
  • (2) paid registrations
  • (2) VIP registrations
  • Company description and logo on BET-C website
  • Company description in program
  • Materials placed in conference bag
$2,250

Silver

  • Breakfast sponsor signage with company logo
  • Company description and logo on BET-C website
  • Company description in program
  • Exhibitor table, with premium location guaranteed
  • (2) Paid registration
  • Materials placed in conference bag
$1,750

Bronze

  • Signage at a.m. or p.m. snack with company logo
  • Company description and logo on BET-C website
  • Company description in program
  • Exhibitor table, with premium location guaranteed
  • (1) Paid registration
  • Materials placed in conference bag
$1,350

Copper

  • Exhibitor table
  • Company description and logo on BET-C website
  • Company description in program
  • (1) Paid registration
  • Materials placed in conference bag
$625

Conference Bags

  • Company logo on conference bag
  • Company description and logo on BET-C website
$1,850

Film Festival

  • Signage at Film Festival
  • Logo on all FF collateral/printed awards/webpage
  • Company description and logo on BET-C website
$750

Program Ad

  • Full page
  • Half page
  • Quarter page
$400
$200
$100

Custom Package

  • Don’t see what you are looking for? BET-C will work with you to design a custom sponsorship package.