Creating Partnerships
OALA is committed to creating partnerships with corporate sponsors who share our vision.

Partnership with our association would offer opportunities for advertising, presenting, and visibility among our members and additional school leaders.

We invite you to consider the opportunities offered when becoming an OALA partner.

For more information on Sponsorship, please contact:
Gina Roletto
503-819-8766
groletto@pps.net

OALA Winter Conference 2017 info posted on the winter conference page.


2017 Institutional Members We also encourage schools apply as institutional members as well.
Institutional members may receive:
5 attendees for the conference
Recognition on our website here
Recognition on our program
Free job postings for a year here and on our Facebook page
2017 Sponsors
Institutional Sponsors
Cesar Chavez School NW Regional Educational Service District Hillsboro School District Portland Public Schools Reynolds School District Salem Keizer School District Southern Oregon Educational Service District Woodburn School District Gladstone School District University of Oregon Ringler Elementary School Woodburn High School WL Henry Wildcats Bethal School District Lewis and Clark


In-Kind Sponsor
COSA

Host for 2017
University of Oregon

President's Reception
AVID

Afternoon Break Sponsor
Illuminate Education

Lunch Sponsor
WLWVk12

Breakfast Sponsor
NW Education resources

Amigos of OALA Exhibitor
Imagine Learning IStation Curriculum Associates
Sponsorship Information
14th Annual OALA Winter Conference: Sponsorship applications coming March 2017

You can send your form or questions to groletto@pps.net

We appreciate your interest in our organization and the work that we do. We look for partners who support our mission: The mission of the Oregon Association of Latino Administrators (OALA) is to promote Latino educators, both current and aspiring into positions of leadership through mentorship, networking, and professional development. OALA will affect the educational interests of all students in Oregon, particularly those of Latino heritage in order to ensure their educational success.

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