Registration

Join us in Billings! Registration Opens June 1MCEL-Inperson-Button.pngMember Registration fee for onsite attendance
·  $250 – early until July 31
·   $275 – regular from August 1 to September 30
·   $300 – late and on-site  from October 1 through the end of the conference

All non-members and intern registrations - please email
communications@mtsba.org to register. 

Non-Member Registration fee
·  $350 – early until July 31
·  $375 – regular from August 1 to September 30
·  $400 – late and on-site late and on-site  from October 1 through the end of the conference

Intern Registration fee
·   $150 – early until July 31
·   $175 – regular from August 1 to September 30
·   $200 –late and on-site late and on-site  from October 1 through the end of the conference



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If you are unable to attend and still want to be part of MCEL, join us at your convenience.  We will be live video streaming/video linking a full track plus the General Session.  This track will consist of a variety of sessions picked by the MCEL partners starting Wednesday, October 16, at 1:00 p.m., and running through Friday, October 18.  Sessions and descriptions will be listed on the website in July.

All non-members and intern registrations - please email
communications@mtsba.org to register.


Registration fee for live video stream/video link
•   Member - $275 for individual and $1,100 for a group (4 or more, unlimited access) 
•   Non-Member - $375 for individual and $1,500 for a group (4 or more, unlimited access) 
•   Intern - $175 for an individual 

The Montana Conference of Education Leadership is jointly planned and provided by the Montana Association of School Business Officials, Montana Rural Education Association, Montana School Boards Association, and School Administrators of Montana.  MCEL is the largest annual conference for education leaders in the state, routinely drawing over 700 people focused on the role of leadership in Montana’s Public Schools and providing unique opportunities for networking and collaborating to elected trustees, school administrators, school business officials and others.