Earlybirds now open for Congress 2017!

Book your Earlybird tickets from 10 - 24 May. 

Congress 2017 Earlybird tickets now available

Drumroll please...it's on! Congress tickets are now available for bookings, with Earlybird tickets open for a limited time. 

VicSRC Congress is a three-day explosion of student voice.

Run by students, for students and attended by the Minister for Education, VicSRC Congress brings students together from all across the state to debate, decide and act on the issues that matter most in education.

So what does this look like? Our past delegates give you the scoop:

In 2017, we’re mixing things up. Delegates shape Congress in real time, taking control of the conversation tincorporating a choose-your-own-adventure format. Their passions drive their voice and choice as students work together to set the agenda for education change.

We strongly encourage you to book early to ensure your spots! Book online.

Speak out, spark change. This is #Congress2017.


Date

Monday 10 – Wednesday 12 July 2017


Location

Ormond College, The University of Melbourne
49 College Crescent
Parkville, VIC 3052


Cost*

Earlybird: $170 per student (Wednesday 10 May - Wednesday 24 May)
VicSRC Members: $180 per student
Non-Members:  $200 per student 
Day 3 - Open Morning**: $30pp

*Earlybird, Member and Non-Member ticket prices include accommodation, meals, delegate pack, showbag, tshirt and all conference resources.

**Congress Open Morning tickets include morning tea, showbag, resources and entry to the Congress Session.

All RSVPs close on Friday 16 June 2017 unless sold out prior.


Who should attend Congress?

Year 7 – 12 students from state, independent and Catholic schools.
Each school is eligible to bring up to 3 students.
A maximum of 165 places are available for delegates.

Note: Teachers are not required to attend.


Congress 2017 Useful links

Key Info & Bookings
Resources & forms
FAQs
Congress Scholarships
Nominate for the 2017-2018 VicSRC Executive
Volunteer at Congress 2017
Day 3 - Open Morning

 

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