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Apply to Host ELS 2019

Fill out your application to plan and host ELS in the 2018-2019 school year!

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ELS 2018 - More Information

Get all the information you need, from travel, to things-to-do, to tour descriptions, all in one place!

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Schedule

Airport Information

Hotel Information

Fun Things to Do

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Apply for Council Awards

Submit an application (one per council) to be considered for the awards given out at the final banquet.

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Host ELS 2019

So you are interested in hosting ELS? How exciting!

Conferences are an exceptional way to:

  • showcase your university

  • work on a large-scale project as a council

  • develop and refine project management, communication, and creative skills

There is fantastic documentation from previous Engineering Leadership Summit hosts to help guide your planning and execution of the 2019 Engineering Leadership Summit, plus the NAESC Executive Leadership Team will be there to support you, too!

If you or your council has any interest in hosting the 2019 Engineering Leadership Summit, please email conferences@naesc.org.

Check out the NAESC Conference Bid Process first, which outlines the overall steps from putting together the bid to voting at ASU during VDM.

Then, if you feel like you are ready, fill out the application form! And make sure to collect a signature by your council president and Dean of Engineering. 

NAESC Conference Bid Process

 

Ready to fill out the application form? Download the PDF below, and make sure to collect a signature by your council president and Dean of Engineering. 

 

ELS 2018 GENERAL INFORMATION

Airport

Airport to Campus

 

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)
3400 E Sky Harbor Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85034

Light Rail - Valley Metro - Tickets cost $2/trip, or $4/day
Runs from 5am - 11pm Daily 
Accessible via PHX Sky Train to the 44th St/Washington stop
Check the Schedule at: time tables
The Graduate Hotel has a shuttle (call ahead for a reservation) (480) 967-9431
Uber and Lyft rides from Sky Harbor to Tempe area will cost ~$12

Hotel Information

The Graduate

(480) 967-9431
https://www.graduatehotels.com/tempe/ 
225 E Apache Blvd.
Tempe, AZ 85281 USA
Free onsite parking
Amenities:
     Complimentary WiFi
     Pool and hot tub
     Complimentary bike rentals 
     24 hour Fitness Center
     Shuttle Service (call ahead for a reservation)

AC Hotel by Marriott

(480) 642-6140
http://achotels.marriott.com/hotels/ac-hotel-phoenix-tempedowntown 
100 E Rio Salado Pkwy.
Tempe, AZ 85281 USA
$14 Onsite parking fee
Amenities
     Complimentary WiFi    
     Rooftop pool    
     Fitness Center    
      AC Lounge    

 

Fun Things to Do

 
 

NAESC Conference Council Awards Packet