Annual Workshop Conference

The Workshop exhibit floor focuses on the importance of public and private partnerships. Your company’s products and services are crucial and play a fundamental role in NJSBA’s goal for the advancement of student achievement.

If your company is passionate about advancing student achievement, spread the word by sponsoring Workshop. Workshop sponsorships are designed to maximize your exposure to an engaged audience of more than 7,800 of New Jersey’s dedicated education leaders.

Decision-makers from New Jersey’s 581 school districts, as well as charter schools, come to Workshop to explore trends in education, and to learn about the educational products and services available from you – the experts – while keeping within their budgets. Visit our Workshop website for more information.

Training Sponsorship Opportunities

NJSBA offers one-day training programs to help you reach today’s education leaders and key decision makers. Your participation in conferences through sponsorship will help to connect your brand and solutions to New Jersey school leaders and will help schools to reach their student achievement goals. Learn more about upcoming opportunities.

Advertising Opportunities

Interested in reaching the purchasing authorities in New Jersey’s school districts? NJSBA offers several advertising opportunities to help you connect with these buyers who spend over $10 billion dollars in the education market every year.

School Leader Magazine

Published six times each year by the New Jersey School Boards Association, School Leader is the only publication that reaches the entire school district management market in New Jersey. By placing an advertisement in this critical management resource, you can put your message in front of the readers who make district-purchasing decisions every day. School Leader has a circulation of more than 7,400 and is read by all purchase-approving authorities in New Jersey, including board members, superintendents, school business officials, and other key personnel.

Review the School Leader advertising page for more information, or contact Taylor Salton, NJSBA.