2019 NAEP Conference

The Environmental Landscape in the Age of Infrastructure Modernization

Sunday, May 19 – Thursday, May 23

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About the NAEP Conference

The NAEP Annual Conference invites environmental professionals from across the United States to share in the opportunity to learn about new projects, share technical knowledge, network with other industry professionals, and experience a new and unique culture. Excitement is brewing in Baltimore in anticipation of the next NAEP Conference, and we hope you can join us May 19–23, 2019.


Registration

Registration for the 2019 NAEP Conference will be open soon! Stay tuned for more details and make sure to check back for further updates.


Registration Pricing

Full conference registrations include all meals. One-day registrations include all meals on the day selected. The optional Sunday training sessions include lunch.

NAEP Member Pricing

 

Early Registration Deadline

3/15/19

Regular Registration Deadline

4/19/19

Late or On-Site Registration

4/20/19 and after

Full Conference $595 $695 $795
Full Conference:
Government or Speaker
$495 $595 $695
One-day $295 $345 $395
One-day:
Government or Speaker
$245 $295 $345
Student/Young Professional $175 $200 $225

Optional Add-Ons

Full-day Sunday
Training #1
$225 $275 $325
Half-day Sunday
Training #2
$150 $200 $250

Non-Member Pricing

 

Early Registration Deadline

3/15/19

Regular Registration Deadline

4/19/19

Late or On-Site Registration

4/20/19 and after

Full Conference $695 $795 $895
Full Conference:
Government or Speaker
$595 $695 $795
One-Day $395 $445 $495
One-Day:
Government or Speaker
$345 $375 $445
NAEP Affiliate $625 $715 $805
Student/Young Professional $275 $300 $325

Optional Add-Ons

Full-day Sunday:
Training #1
$325 $375 $425
Half-day Sunday:
Training #2
$250 $300 $350
Career Development Workshop
(Students Only)
Free Free Free

About NAEP

The National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP) is a multi-disciplinary association for professionals dedicated to the advancement of the environmental professions, a forum for state-of-the-art information on environmental planning, research and management, and a network of professional contacts and exchange of information among colleagues in industry, government, academia, and the private sector. 

NAEP acts as a resource for structured career development from student memberships to certification as an environmental professional, and is a strong proponent of ethics and the highest standards of practice in the environmental professions.

There is so much more to learn about our association.


Special Thanks to our Conference Host and Planning Committee

 
 

Malia Basset
John H. Elstner, Earth Data Incorporated
Carolyn HennMAREP
Gary F. Kelman, Maryland Department of the Environment