|1. Upcoming Conference Date, Location, Airport||June 5–8, 2018
Trinity Western University – Langley, British Columbia, Canada
YVR (Vancouver International Airport)
|2. Mission (purpose, niche)||NACCAP exists to provide professional development, support and encouragement for Christian College, Graduate School and Seminary admissions personnel and High School guidance counselors across North America.|
|4. Number of Schools Associated with Organization||200 colleges and graduate schools + 100 high schools|
|5. Number of Schools Represented at Last Conference||51 colleges and graduate schools + 24 high schools|
|6. Number of School Administrators Attending Last Conference||236 from colleges and graduate schools + 28 from high schools|
|7. Primary Type of Attendees||Admissions officers and recruiters for Christian higher-education institutions as well as high school guidance counselors|
|8. Common Type of Exhibitors||Enrollment consultants, promotional products and printing, marketing & search optimization, social media, high school testing|
|9. Upcoming Keynote Speakers & Worship Leaders||BART MILLARD is founder and lead singer of the Grammy-nominated band, MercyMe, and the person behind the chart-topping hit “I Can Only Imagine.”
PHIL WICKHAM is a worship leader turned recording artist of singles such as “This is Amazing Grace” and “You’re Beautiful,” and will be leading our times of worship this year.
PASTOR ROBERT GELINAS is lead pastor of Colorado Community Church—a multicultural mission of 3,000 followers of Christ committed to washing the feet of the Mile High City. He is the author of several books, including A Jazz Theologian and The Mercy Prayer.
DR. MARTINA SCHOLTENS is a Canadian family physician who has spent the last dozen years working in refugee health in Vancouver. Her book Your Heart Is the Size of Your Fist is about the decade she spent working at Vancouver’s refugee clinic.
DR. CHRISTINA EDMONSON holds a PhD in Counseling Psychology and an MS degree in Family Therapy. Currently, she serves as the Dean for Intercultural Student Development at Calvin College. She is often contacted by churches and organizations to consult about both diversity and inclusion, as well as mental health issues.