NSCA Education Foundation Presents the Drunk Unkles: Insanity at Vanity
Wednesday, June 18, 2014, Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada
Doors Open at 8:30 p.m.
Join the NSCA Education Foundation, industry sponsors and The Drunk Unkles for their annual party and evening of musical entertainment.
Tickets for the event can be picked up while visiting sponsors in their booths during the InfoComm14 expo or can be downloaded here.
In its 9th year of support for the Foundation, the Drunk Unkles have raised over a half million dollars for the charity. Contributions and sponsorships toward this event allow the NSCA Education Foundation to provide scholarships and training opportunities for both new professionals to the industry as well as veterans looking to expand their business within the industry.
Sponsors of this event include AMX, Barco, SurgeX, Sharp, Symetrix, Chief, FSR, Liberty AV Solutions, NEC, Stewart Filmscreen, Synnex, West Penn Wire, RP Visual Solutions, Whitlock, Lencore, Activu, IVCi, Prysm, Christie, BIAMP Systems, A-V Services, Sennheiser, Audio Incorporated, AVI-SPL, BMG Hudson, Cardone Solomon & Associates, Cerami & Associates and Shen Milsom & Wilke. Visit these sponsors at InfoComm14 to pick up an invitation to the event.
NSCA Education Foundation and Sponsors Hit Hole in One at Annual Charity Golf Outing
The NSCA Education Foundation celebrates the success of its charitable golf outing and applauds its sponsors and tournament winners.
The event, held annually, kicks off NSCA’s Business & Leadership Conference, and sponsorship dollars raised are applied toward the Randy Vaughan Scholarship fund. Designed to enrich the future of the industry, this scholarship provides assistance for students to pursue the fundamental education they need to be successful in an electronic systems career.
Shure’s Matching Grant Rallies Industry to Raise $50K for the NSCA Education Foundation
The NSCA Education Foundation is pleased to announce that the fundraising challenge initiated by Shure Incorporated has been met, and more than $50,000 have been raised for the NSCA Education Foundation.
Shure, the world’s leading manufacturer of microphones and audio electronics, pledged a matching contribution of $25,000 in an effort to bolster the AV industry’s commitment to protecting the next generation of systems integration professionals. The challenge, issued in September 2013 and ending on March 1, 2014, was promoted through various industry media channels and grassroots fundraising efforts. Manufacturers and industry members stepped forward with donations for the NSCA Education Foundation, raising $15,400 by the end of February.
During NSCA’s Business & Leadership Conference, SurgeX pledged to bridge the remaining gap with a $10,000 donation. With its contribution, Surgex helped the industry reach this $25,000 challenge to secure the match offered by Shure.
The mission of the NSCA Education Foundation is to advance educational opportunities by providing scholarships and awards to assist existing professionals and those pursuing careers within the low-voltage electronic systems integration industry. The Foundation is committed to the growth of the industry by providing access to the best education and latest techniques available.
The NSCA Education Foundation promotes and engages current and future electronic systems integrators in educational experiences to enhance the growth, professionalism and business skills needed in the electronic systems industry.
- Provide scholarships and awards to existing professionals looking to advance their careers and industry knowledge
- Provide scholarships and awards to those pursuing a career in the electronic systems integration industry
- Create industry networking and mentoring opportunities
- Improve the quality of the workforce by offering access to business and executive educational opportunities
- Raise money through special events to support the Foundation’s mission
- Encourage colleges and schools to offer more programs relevant to our field through a partnership with Electronic Systems Professional Alliance (ESPA)
- Communicate the positive benefits of starting a profession with the industry or improving existing skills
Why should Manufacturers and Distributors Donate?
Why should a student or school be interested in the electronic systems integrator profession?
How can I make a lasting impression on this industry?
Get more details by calling NSCA at 800.446.6722. For first time attendees of the NSCA Business and Leadership Conference, ask for an application for free registration.