Exhibiting & Advertising

Join exhibitors from across the country at More Powerful Together, April 8-11, 2015 in Washington D.C. The largest conference of its kind, this event brings together over 1,400 educators, state and federal officials, young people, program coordinators, policy-makers, and community-based organizations from around the world.


The deadline to reserve exhibit space has passed. Contact conference@nylc.org to see if space is available for your organization at More Powerful Together.

Why You Should Exhibit

Why You Should Join #MPTExpo

Visibility — Join other leaders in the field at the nation’s leading conference on service in education.  
Audience — 1,400+ teachers, young people, administrators, youth workers, policy-makers, business representatives, and more. 
Talent pipeline — Gain access to a cohort of the nation’s most innovative, proactive young people and build your company’s talent pipeline.
Special Events — A full schedule of programmed meals and events with national visibility ensure a steady stream of traffic and media attention.
Location — Washington D.C.:  the epicenter of civic action, education, and policymaking in America.
Product demonstration — #MPTExpo offers hands-on demonstration opportunities for tech companies, educational service providers, and tools to improve student learning. Participants are interested in the latest education, communications, and consulting tools and techniques to enhance educational programming in K-12 schools, colleges and universities, and community-based organizations.

Multi-Purpose Site

#MPTExpo is open throughout the conference, as well as during meals and special events, guaranteeing ongoing traffic.

#MPTExpo is also the site of …

  • the Thursday Welcome Celebration;
  • the Showcase
  • on-site projects;
  • networking opportunities;
  • and many other exciting conference activities.

Who Exhibits?

  • Civic Organizations
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Community-Based Organizations
  • Education-Based Companies
  • Government Agencies and Organizations
  • Professional Development and Training Companies
  • Promotions and Gift Companies
  • Publishers of Educational and Youth-Focused Materials
  • Service-Learning Organizations
  • Companies Providing Youth-Oriented Products and Services
  • Community-Conscious Corporations
  • Organizations offering international service-learning opportunities

Who Attends the Conference?

  • 30% Educators (Kindergarten - Higher Education)
  • 43% Young People
  • 23% Community-Based Organization Staff

#MPTExpo Hours 

Thursday, April 9
#MPTExpo and Showcase Set Up ... 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Welcome Celebration and #MPTExpo Central Grand Opening. . .5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Friday, April 10
7:00 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Tear-Down after 2:30 p.m.

Early tear-down is not permitted.

Exhibitor Opportunities & Fees

Booth Package Options

Single Tabletop 10’ x 10’ Pipe & Drape Booth Learning Lab
$675 $1,300 $10,000

Includes:

  • 1 – 6’ skirted table
  • 2 chairs
  • Descriptive listing on the More Powerful Together mobile app
  • One complimentary, full conference registration

Includes:

  • 10’x10’ booth space
  • 7” x 44” identification sign listing company name and booth number
  • Pipe railing, 8’ high curtain black wall, and 3’ high curtain side rails
  • Two complimentary, full conference registrations
  • Descriptive listing on the More Powerful Together mobile app
  • 1 – 6’ skirted table
  • 2 chairs
  • Wastepaper basket

Includes:

  • 20’x20’ island
  • 7” x 44” identification sign listing company name and booth number
  • 8’ high curtain black wall (if requested)
  • Two complimentary, full conference registrations
  • Descriptive listing on the More Powerful Together mobile app
  • 2 – 6’ skirted tables
  • 2 chairs
  • Wastepaper basket
  • Access to demonstration area that includes seating, staging, and A/V
  • Listing in demonstration schedule of events
  • 1 advertisement on the More Powerful Together mobile app

Note: booth or tabletop rental does not include storage, placement, shipment, or reshipment of exhibit
materials, special lighting, booth furnishings, electrical supplies, internet, cleaning, or special services.

Advertising

Advertise in the Generator School Network
We also encourage you to submit advertisements to the GSN, NYLC’s FREE online professional development community of over 5,000 youth and adults. If you opt to advertise on the GSN, please check the corresponding box on the registration form. All ads are rotating and your organization would be featured with one of three other advertisers, or you can purchase an exclusive banner ad. Check out the GSN at gsn.nylc.org.

Size Dimensions Price
Full Banner 200 x 640 Pixels $2,000/month
Square Button 125 x 125 Pixels $500/month

 


Past Sponsors & Exhibitors

Action for Water
AARP 
Afterschool Alliance
Alex’s Lemonade Stand
American Red Cross
American Refugee Committee 
AmeriCorps NCCC 
Belton High School Freshman Center
Berrett-Koehler Publishers
Bezos Family Foundation
Boy Scouts
Bridges to Community
Building Tomorrow
Camp Fire
Carney, Sandoe & Associates
Center for Cultural Interchange and Greenheart
Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Child Rescue 
Civic Education Project
Communities in Schools of the Nation’s Capital
Community Works Institute
Concern Worldwide Us 
Corporation for National and Community Service
Earth Echo
Eastern University, Urban Studies
Education Commission of the States
Education First
Eureka High School East 
Fieldcrest High School 
Free the Children
Free Spirit Publishing 
Freedom High School 
generationOn 
Gibson City - Melvin - Sibley Project Ignition 
Girl Up
Global Citizens Network 
Global Leadership Adventures 
Greater Twin Cities United Way 
H20 for Life 
Habitat for Humanity International 
Healing Stones 
HOBY - Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership 
Hoosick Falls Central School 
Humane Society University 
Idabel High School 
Institute for Global Education and Service-Learning 
Institute for Leadership and Communication Studies, Morocco 
Institute of World Affairs 
International Center for Service-Learning in Teacher Education
Jefferson Awards for Public Service
Jim Casey Initiative
KIDS Consortium
KIVA
Kiwanis International
Lingan University, Taiwan
Lions Quest
London High School 
March of Dimes
Mentor Up
Minnesota Alliance for Youth
National Beta Club
National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
National Organization on Youth Safety
National Youth Leadership Council 
Nestlé 
New Foundations Charter School
New Global Citizens
Nobis World
Noble Hour
Northern Sun 
Owen Valley High School Mission Ignition 
Papa Lemon Books 
Partners of the Americas 
Peace Corps 
PeaceJam
Plan International USA
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School and Germantown Academy 
Project Ignition 
Project Learning Tree 
Qatar Foundation International
Revolution Hunger
Rotary International
ROWVA High School 
Rustic Pathways 
Search Institute
Sierra Watershed Education Partnerships
Shelton High School
Shinnyo-en Foundation
Smart Health Care Service, Taiwan
Special Olympics - Project Unify 
Springlake-Earth High School 
State Farm 
STEM Education Center, University of Minnesota 
Student Voice
Surf Aid International 
The 9/12 Generation Project/New York Says Thank You
The Congressional Award
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society School and Youth Programs 
The Ritz-Carlton
The World We Want Foundation 
Tobacco-Free Youth Recreation 
UPS 
UW-Madison Arboretum Earth Partnership RESTORE 
Voyageur Outward Bound - Twin Cities Center 
YMCA Youth in Government
Youth Today
Youth Volunteer Corps 
youthrive 
YSA (Youth Service America) 
Via International