The Character.org National Forum is the largest character development conference in the world. People everywhere come together to learn best practices and understand the latest research in character development in the classroom, the office, the sports center and the home.
During the three day conference, attendees will be able to attend sessions spearheaded by some of the most well-known and leading thinkers and experts in the field of character development.
The 2020 Character.org National Forum speaker application is now closed. We’re reviewing all submissions and will be in touch with applicants in mid-April. Stay tuned!
Character advocate, policy influencer and founder of the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement.
Pulitzer-nominated author, speaker, and entrepreneur
Founder of the podcast, Raising Entrepreneurs: A Parent’s Guide to Fostering an Entrepreneurial Mindset.
Tameka’s 13-year-old son, aspiring entrepreneur
Attendees of the 2020 Character.org National Forum will find plenty of activities, breakout sessions and events to enjoy during the weekend. Get a glimpse of our jam-packed schedule* and start planning your time during the Forum.
* Schedule subject to change
The Forum will take place from October 1 — 3, 2020.
Anyone with an interest in character development, particularly those in education, sports, workplaces and parents. The Forum is a great place to get started and make connections, and it’s also the perfect platform to share what you’ve already learned.
Please stay tuned for information on exhibiting!
Unfortunately, with so many administrators registering on behalf of attendees, attendees cancelling, attendees switching registration with other individuals and session schedule changes, we’re unable to keep track of hundreds of session preferences. All sessions are open, and we encourage you to stop in our most popular speakers’ sessions in the main ballroom if others are full.
The 2020 Character.org National Forum will be held in Washington D.C. at the historic Marriott Wardman Park hotel. To learn more, visit the Hotel and Travel section.
Before June 15 — $500.00
Before Sept. 15 — $525.00
After Sept. 15 — $575.00
Before June 15 — $675.00
Before Sept. 15 — $775.00
After Sept. 15 — $825.00
*Group of 5
10% discount on group total, combinable with early and extra early discounts.
Breakout and Workshop Speakers — $389.00
Forum Volunteers — $369.00
Youth 11-18 years — $299.00
Table Before June 15 — $649.00
Booth Before June 15 — $899.00
Table After June 15 — $699.00
Booth After June 15 — $975.00
Table Before June 15 — $799.00
Booth Before June 15 — $1,000.00
Table After June 15 — $899.00
Booth After June 15 — $1,150.00
The 2020 Character.org National Forum will be held at the historic Washington Marriott Wardman Park. Reserve your hotel here.
Washington, DC offers direct flight connections via Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Dulles International Airport to many international destinations, so you shouldn’t have trouble getting to or from the Forum.
All persons, including U.S. citizens, traveling by air between the United States and Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda are required to present a valid passport, Air NEXUS card, or U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Document, or an Alien Registration Card, Form I-551, if applicable. International visitors who need a visa to travel to the US must apply for one at an American embassy or consulate. For more information visit travel.state.gov.
You must complete customs and immigrations formalities at the first point of arrival in the U.S.
The electricity used in Washington, DC is standard electricity, 110 volts. Appliances brought from Europe, Africa and most of Asia and Latin America will require a voltage converter.
Have a question about the 2020 Character.org National Forum? Give us a call at (202) 296-7743 or simply fill out the form below.
Keep up to date on the Forum by following the hashtag #Character2020