Travel / Accomodation
- Where and when do I register?
- I'm having trouble with registration. What should I do?
- Is there a set number of women who can come from each college to IBC?
- I might be the only student from my university coming to the IBC. Will there be other "single" delegates from other Universities?
- What are the conference fees for the IBC?
- I am traveling from outside of the US; are there any special “international” fees I might have to incur?
- I have more questions that weren't addressed here. Who should I talk to?
Travel / Accomodation
A: This year’s conference will happen on November 7 with optional programming on November 6! Saturday programming will be from 8am-5pm. The conference will end on Saturday at 5pm, so those booking flights should plan flights for 6pm or later on Saturday November 7.
A. You are responsible for making your own overnight accommodation. Nearby hotels include the Midtown Hotel (617-262-1000) and Anthony's Town House (617-566-3972). See our Logistics page for additional places to stay. Housing requests will be handled on a case-by-case basis by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions, please contact Logistics Director Tierney Morikawa at email@example.com.
A: Registration is done entirely online, and can be accessed on the side bar to the left marked “Registration”. The registration deadline for this year’s IBC is October 23, 2009 – make sure to register soon to ensure a spot!
A: E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about registration!
A: No! In fact, we’ve set up group rates to encourage groups from your college to attend IBC! That said many attendees come as individuals from their college. There is no specific maximum or minimum on attendees from any given college.
A: Most definitely! Many of our attendees come as individuals from their colleges and universities, and we have designed our programming to help you foster new friendships with fellow attendees from around the world.
A: Priority Registration – ending September 15, 2009 - is $20 per person. Regular registration will be $20 per person for groups of 5 or more, and $30 for individuals. The registration fee includes admission to events on November 7, the November 6 optional programming, as well as a large conference goody bag with gifts from our sponsors, inclusion in IBC's resume book sent to leading companies looking to hire college students, and the admission fee to IBC's pre-convention Philanthropy Challenge.
A: No! There are no international fees! We're eager to host a diverse group of undergraduate women. If you require a letter about IBC to help you obtain a visa, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
A: E-mail the conference staff at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're happy to answer your questions!