Online registration is now open through EventBrite. Registration levels and policies are listed below.
Your registration fee includes materials; admittance to plenary sessions, breakout sessions, and the exhibitor hall; lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday; breakfast on Wednesday; and heavy hors d’oeuvres and drinks at an evening cocktail reception on Wednesday. It does not include lodging or parking. Mobile workshop registration is available for an additional fee.
Payment will be accepted at online registration; payment can also be made by credit card at registration the day of the Summit. No one will be admitted to the Summit without payment.
Regular Registration: $200
Early Bird Registration (before April 15th): $150
Nonprofit and Government Registration: $125
PCRG Member Registration: $100
Sponsor Registration: Included in Sponsor Package
Each Summit sponsorship package includes 2-10 complimentary registrations, dependent on level of sponsorship. Sponsorship registration is to be used only for those individuals who will be utilizing the complimentary registrations awarded in exchange for sponsorship. Any additional registrants should register at the appropriate registration level.
Student Registration: $65
Anyone registering as a student must present a valid student ID upon check-in. Any student ID with an expiration date of December 2017 or later will be honored.
Reception Only: $40
Admission to the Reception is included with Summit registration. If you are unable to attend the Summit, but wish to attend the reception, individual tickets are available for purchase.
Mobile Workshops: $25
Mobile Workshops, which will take place on the morning of Tuesday, May 15, are not included in the cost of Summit registration, but are offered for an additional fee. Workshop registration includes transportation, materials, and refreshments.
If you are unsure which registration rate applies to you, please contact Sarah Slater at 412-391-6732.
To ensure the participation of local leaders who might otherwise not have the opportunity to attend the Summit, a number of organizations are offering financial support to a limited number of applicants. The scholarship program targets nonprofits and individuals who represent and work with underrepresented groups, as well as emerging neighborhood leaders. Scholarship applications are now closed.