TRB Annual Meeting

The Transportation Research Board (TRB) 97th Annual Meeting.


Join the premier annual gathering of CTE professionals in an exciting, educational, informative and inspirational agenda packed with CTE sessions, expo show and career pavilion, awards and recognition, and a rich array of networking opportunities!

Accelerate Conference & Expo

Join your transportation, logistics, and supply chain peers at the Accelerate! Conference & Expo, sponsored by the Women in Trucking Association. Discover how gender diversity can have a positive impact on your career and your company’s success!

30+ Educational Sessions on critical transportation issues and trends, along with perspectives of the positive impact women can have on the industry.

Expand Your Network with your peers, providers, and other key transportation stakeholders who have an interest in gender diversity.

Find Solutions and Build Business in this intimate, integrated conference and exhibition setting.

Who Will Attend?

Anyone who believes the gender balance should be changed in the industry should attend and participate in the Accelerate! Conference & Expo. Many members will participate, ranging from trucking companies and 3PLs to manufacturers, retailers, truck driving schools, and financial, insurance, health & fitness services.

Making Connections 2017

Join industry leaders, experts, and partners from workforce development and education to exchange ideas, share successes and learn about emerging best practices for public transportation and transportation workforce development.

National Career Pathways Network Conference 2017

“Career Pathways: Gateway to the Future”

The 2017 conference will be held in St. Louis at the beautiful Hyatt Regency at the Arch. All sessions will take place in the hotel. The main conference will be Thursday and Friday, October 26–27. Conference strands will be based on the Ten Components of a Program of Study and Career Pathways Toolkit: An Enhanced Guide and Workbook for System Development. Preconference workshops (Wednesday, October 25) will address topics such as Career Pathways Leadership Certification, Employer-Education Partnerships, and Counseling.

The conference will focus on Career Pathways implementation at the state and local levels. The conference’s 1000+ attendees will consist of a broad cross-section of stakeholders comprising secondary and postsecondary educators, workforce development professionals, and employers.

We are excited to be hosting the conference in St. Louis for the first time. The city’s iconic 630-ft. Gateway Arch, built in the 1960s, honors the early 19th-century explorations of Lewis and Clark and America’s westward expansion in general. Very appropriate as career pathways expands to include more and more stakeholders.

There’s plenty to do including mueseums, cultural venues, restaurants, and cafes. Shopping includes St. Louis Union Station which was once the largest and busiest passenger rail terminal in the world. Today it has been repurposed as a lively mixed-use marketplace with more than 85 retail stores and restaurants. Attractions include the St. Louis Walk of Fame on Delmar Boulevard and Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site. Remains of the largest and most sophisticated prehistoric city north of Mexico are yours to explore at this site.

The NCPN conference is one of the best professional development opportunities in the country, offering 130+ breakouts, a variety of preconference workshops, keynote speakers, networking opportunities, and an exhibit hall showcasing the latest products and services in career technical education. We hope you’ll make plans to attend!

Indiana Construction Roundtable Annual Conference 2017

This event gather leaders throughout Indiana from the construction industry to discuss the challenges facing the state’s construction industry. Education is the primary focus of the Annual Conference. This year’s conference will be focused on “The Next Leap Forward.” Comparative to other major industry sectors in America, construction is often viewed as bring a conservative industry. Throughout our history we have been slow to adopt large scale change and are often reactionary in our building processes and business practices. As Hoosier leaders strive to build Indiana’s 21st century workforce and economy, it is essential that we review the successes and lessons of the past, and use those to inform our need for swift adaptation of emerging best practices. This year’s event seeks to educate the leaders in Indiana construction regarding the adoption of new technology, cutting edge business practices, and upcoming policy developments.

Building Women’s Equity in Apprenticeship and Employment: An Institute for Practitioners and Employers

Women Build Nations will host the pre-conference Practitioner Institute Friday, October 13th 2017. This professional development event is for industry stakeholders, including registered apprenticeship sponsors, pre-apprenticeship training providers, workforce development professionals, and employers to learn effective strategies, resources and best practice models for building women’s participation and increasing their retention in the construction industry.

Though held in conjunction with Women Build Nations, this is a separate event with a registration fee of $125, including breakfast and lunch.

Women Build Nations

WOMEN BUILD NATIONS returns to Chicago, in the heart of the south loop’s historic McCormick Place neighborhood – minutes from the vibrant downtown scene. With over 1,000 rooms reserved, an extended vendor hall area and meeting space connected to the largest convention center in North America, this conference promises to be the largest ever convening of tradeswomen and their allies.

WOMEN BUILD NATIONS is for women of all ages and all skill levels who work, or aspire to work, in the construction trades. Whether you are a pre-apprentice or a seasoned journeyperson, this conference provides a unique opportunity to learn from and connect with tradeswomen from around the country and the world.

WOMEN BUILD NATIONS speaks to every tradeswoman’s needs, offering workshops and plenary sessions facilitated by tradeswomen and featuring union leaders, apprenticeship coordinators, contractors and elected officials. Workshop tracks include, but are not limited to, Recruitment & Retention; Leadership Development; Policy/Politics and Beyond the Tools.

National Transportation Training Directors (NTTD) Annual Conference

Join transportation training officials from around the nation for three days filled with presentations that will be informative and useful.

2017 PWX

The 2017 PWX has it all — from education sessions to an exhibit floor full of excited vendors who can’t wait to show you the latest solutions your community’s been looking for. Make plans today to join your peers in Orlando for the “Best Show in Public Works” August 27-30.