Utah Adult Education 2022 Fall Conference Exhibitor Registration
The Utah Adult Education annual conference is hosted by the Adult Education Association of Utah (AEAUT) and the Utah State Board of Education Adult Education Services and attracts 250-300 attendees from the fields of adult basic education, adult secondary education, English language acquisition, corrections education, and workforce development.  

This conference will be held in person on September 29 & 30, 2022, in Salt Lake City, UT at the Salt Lake Community College Miller Campus.  

The deadline for exhibitor registration is August 31, 2022.  Please direct any questions to AEAUT Exhibitor Coordinator Kathryn Reeves (khr8633@gmail.com, 1-801-230-3526).

Premier Sponsorship ($1,500) includes a 6' table in vendor hall, enlarged logo on conference bag, enhanced recognition via digital screens and posters on site, two complimentary conference registrations, and 5 dedicated minutes during a general session or meal to highlight sponsoring organization.

Basic Sponsorship ($500) includes 6' table in vendor hall, logo on conference bag, and two complimentary conference registrations.

Customizable Sponsorship Opportunities are also available.  Sponsors who are not able to attend in-person can still show their support through a monetary donation to AEAUT  or a donation of physical items (such as conference bags).  All sponsors will be recognized on the conference bag and on-site displays, and contact information will be distributed to attendees.  If you choose this option, the AEAUT exhibitor coordinator will reach out to you to explore options.

Please Make Checks Payable to:
550 N. University Ave #215
Provo, UT 84601

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