1. How many people come to the Leadership Summit?
We generally have 250-300 Muslim professionals at the event.
2. What is the attire for the event?
We recommend business or business casual attire at the event.
3. I don’t have a car, how can I get to the venue?
Please visit our website (http://www.camp-online.org/summit/directions1.html) for information about how to get to the venue.
4. Are there discounted tickets available for the event?
We do not offer discounts for any particular group and instead try to subsidize the cost for all tickets as much as our sponsorships allow so that we can offer the lowest price possible to all attendees. This year, we have tiered pricing, offering the best price for those who purchase their tickets earlier.
$105 - Early Bird: Until March 16, 2012
$125 - General Admission I: March 17-31, 2012
$140 - General Admission II: April 1-18, 2012
$150 - Door Rate
5. Are meals included in the program?
Yes, your ticket includes a casual networking dinner on Friday, and breakfast, lunch, and the reception on Saturday.
6. What should I bring to the event?
Please bring your payment confirmation and your business cards. Because Johnson & Johnson will be recruiting at the event and other recruiters may also be present, you may also want to bring a few copies of your resume.
7. I would like to volunteer at the Leadership Summit.
Thank you for your interest! Please email email@example.com. We’ll be in touch.
8. How can I learn more about CAMP?
Please visit the About Us page on CAMP's main website.
9. Can you tell me more about the Friday night programming?
All paid attendees are invited to join us on Friday evening at the hotel to start networking in advance of the formal Saturday programming. On Friday night, we will have a casual dinner, a brief presentation on various timely topics, break out groups based on the presentation, and then free time for networking.
10. Will there be a prayer space available?
Yes, our schedule incorporates breaks for prayer times and we will have a separate space available for offering prayers.