We would love to have you join us March 1-3 at ISHCMC! Please visit our registration page to sign up and get more information.
We welcome a broad range of session proposals! Please visit our call for presenters page for more information.
Once you register, we will send you an email with your login information for Whova, which you can download as an app or access on your browser. You can find more information on our registration page.
SENIA Conferences are great networking opportunities. We welcome participants from the South East Asia region as well as Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Our conferences are designed to include both learning and networking opportunities. Networking opportunities include generous breaks and lunch times, a happy hour, and our second annual SENIA local vendor market.
Yes! SENIA partners with The Heritage Institute to provide Continuing Education Quarter Credits awarded by Antioch University Seattle at the 400 and 500 levels.
Please find more details on our credits page.
Most attendees will require an easy-to-obtain visa to enter Vietnam. Please visit our visa page for more information on what type you will need and how to get it.
There are plenty of places to stay in HCMC. Please visit our hotels page for a few suggestions and a link to find other options.
Yes! Our local SENIA Vietnam chapter created a family friendly list, which can be found on our things to do page.
There are several transportation options available. Please visit our transportation page for guidance.
Generally there will be tech support available on campus during the event. If you need help outside of the conference times, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
SENIA Pre-conference sessions offer a unique chance to delve deeply into specific topics guided by renowned speakers.
These day-long workshops are led by a single expert, providing ample time for attendees to explore concepts, acquire fresh theories and practical insights, and devise actionable strategies for their respective environments. These sessions empower participants to return with tangible plans for implementing positive changes in their settings.
Yes, SENIA is proudly a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the state of Oregon (USA). This status allows us to fund-raise for scholarships for students, educators and advocates in our community.
We typically hold two international conferences per year, one virtual and one in-person so please visit our conference page to see upcoming events. If you’re looking for something more long-term, browse the growing number of courses and certification programs on our SENIA Academy page. And if you just want to stay in the loop, sign up for our newsletter for more information!
Join our international community for even more access to continued learning, networking, and event discounts! We have two types of membership, individual and school. Please visit our membership page for more information on SENIA membership. If you’re interested in learning more about our school membership program, please contact Lori Boll directly: email@example.com.