The 79th Annual DCON
March 30 – April 2, 2017
Time Left Until DCON Registration Deadline
Fees & Deadlines
Per Person Registration Fee*
4 Persons Per Room
3 Persons Per Room
2 Persons Per Room
1 Person Per Room
*Includes 3 nights’ lodging, 6 meals Friday and Saturday, souvenirs, speakers, dance, a pre-conference mixer, the Governor’s Farewell Banquet and Ball, workshops, and general sessions. Attendees are responsible for meals Thursday and Sunday.
|February 16, 2017||Scholarship applications must be received.|
|February 22, 2017||Online registration must be completed.|
|February 24, 2017||Full registration payment must be received.|
|February 25, 2017||Service Fair Registration must be received.|
|March 1, 2017||Program Advertisement contract & copy must be received.|
|March 5, 2017||February Pride Report and updates to all Pride Reports must be submitted.|
|March 7, 2017||Pre-DCON Awards & Contests applications must be received.|
|March 10, 2017||Last day to mail all DCON forms.*|
|March 17, 2017||Last day to email all DCON forms.* After this date, bring them to DCON.|
|March 30, 2017||Awards & Contests applications & forms must be delivered to Awards Room by 10 pm.|
|*Forms include Code of Conduct, Medical Authorization, Delegate Certification, Permission to Leave, and Background Check Certification.|
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Registration & Forms
What is DCON?
The annual Florida District Education and Leadership Conference (DCON) is held in the spring for over 2,000 students and chaperones. DCON provides for district officer elections, international candidates endorsement, club officer and member training, keynote and motivational speakers, individual and club awards for their dedication to service, zone caucuses, and social events. Every club should send at least two delegates to DCON.
Who should attend?
All Key Clubbers are welcome and encouraged to attend. However, every club is expected to send at least two delegates to DCON.
Why should I go?
DCON offers attendees leadership training, shared experiences with members of other clubs, and a better understanding of Key Club International which cannot be experienced on only the club level. These experiences are provided in a highly motivational and socially enjoyable environment that will inspire attendees as they return to their home clubs and carry out the mission of Key Club. More than 16 service hours may be earned by attending DCON.
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