Registration Closed

See you at UC Riverside!

Registration Closed! (February 23, 2024)

Hotel Update (2/21/2024)

We are writing with important updates regarding hotel accommodations for the 2024 AMP Conference in Riverside.

Due to overwhelming demand, the Mission Inn has reached full capacity for the conference and unfortunately, the negotiated nightly rate is no longer available. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. In light of this issue, we have arranged alternative accommodations with a nearby hotel that has excellent amenities and services to ensure your stay is comfortable and enjoyable: Marriott Riverside At The Convention Center. Rate of $153/night. Corp/Promo Code: UC0 (zero instead of the letter ‘o’)

Please also note that the refund deadline has passed (1/31) and all registrations from this point forward are not eligible for refunds. (please visit the registration link under the top ‘Conference’ header)

Message from our Chair, Amy Ruth

Dear AMP members,

I trust this message finds you well. As the Central AMP Chair, I am thrilled to announce the upcoming Annual AMP Conference, a cornerstone event for our organization that brings together professionals from all over UC.

Event Details:

Date: March 10-12, 2024

Location: The Mission In Hotel & Spa and the Riverside Conference Center

Theme: “Balancing Act: Navigating Success, Well-being, and Purpose.”

Registration Now Open!

I am excited to inform you that registration for the conference is now open. To secure your spot, please visit the conference registration page at Link. Early registration is encouraged to take advantage of discounted rates and ensure availability.

Key Highlights:

Insightful keynote presentations

Interactive workshops

Peer presentations

Networking opportunities with colleagues from all UC locations

Spread the Word:

Help us build excitement and maximize attendance by sharing this information within your location.

Thank you for your continued support and dedication. We look forward to seeing you at the Annual AMP Conference.

Best regards,

Amy Ruth