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MacTech Conference 2010 was a tremendous success.
Plans for MacTech Conference 2011 are underway. In the mean time, if you support the home or small business market, see our one-day MacTech Boot Camp event.
If you want to know more about MacTech Conference 2010, you can do a web search, or see the recap article by Rob Griffiths at Macworld.
If you’d like to be on MacTech’s list where we will announce details about MacTech Conference 2011, drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us at @mactech.
Students, Educational Institution Staff, and Faculty are definitely welcome at MacTech Conference!
Educational pricing (proof required at check in) is $699 (Apple Certification Exams are an additional cost). For educational pricing registration, use this form.
MacTech Conference has a limited number of full scholarship student registrations available. They are awarded solely based on need, merit and the application. We take no phone calls on this. If you are interested in a student discount or scholarship, please send an email to conference at mactech.com with the following information.
As a result of MacTech’s continued commitment to education, eight students have been awarded partial and full scholarships to MacTech Conference. Congratulations to all of our scholarship winners!
This information must be received no later than 5pm Pacific on Monday, October 18th. We’ll contact scholarship recipients via email by midnight on October 19th.
Subject: Application for Student Scholarship at Conference
And provide the following pieces of information:
- Where do you go to school?
- What is your major?
- What year are you?
- Why do you think you should be selected for a MacTech Conference fee scholarship?
- What is your goal in learning from MacTech Conference?
- Do you have the financial need for a scholarship? Or could you afford to pay at a discounted or regular price?