Imagine What’s NEXT, Atlanta, GA

Back-to-School Registration Discount Available for Imagine What’s NEXT

Imagine What’s NEXT, a collegiate conference designed to equip students with the skills needed to merge and connect their gifts with innovative discipleship, and effect immediate change, is rapidly approaching. College students around the world are encouraged to attend NEXT from November 4-6 in Atlanta’s historic Tabernacle Theater. Throughout the month of September, students will be able to register at a discounted, back-to-school, rate of $100.

Groups are encouraged to submit a registration block to lock in the discounted rate. Group leaders who register five or more student attendees will receive complimentary registration and attend NEXT for free. The deadline to submit a registration block is September 30. For campus ministers and group leaders, NEXT serves as an opportunity to network and fellowship with others who serve and minister to college-age students.

There are a limited number of travel scholarships available.  Scholarships are based upon the location of the organization or institution. Please apply soon, the deadline for travel scholarships is September 15.

Created out of The United Methodist Student Movement, NEXT encourages and supports students who dream of making a difference in the world right now for Christ. The conference is organized by a “dream team” consisting of college students, campus ministers and other creative disciples from across the United Methodist connection. For the first time, the conference will have an added component for 2017 High School graduates.

NEXT is sponsored by the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry’s Office of Collegiate Ministry. Students can sign up to attend on the registration site here:  http://www.cvent.com/events/next-2016/event-summary-e34c1b4df39845508c47f349feb07ac5.aspx

Late registration will remain available through November 3 for an additional $50. More information is available at www.nextumc.org or by contacting Rev. Sheila Bates at sbates@gbhem.org or (615) 340-7570.