Our Annual Conference
About the Forum
Join us virtually March 3-5, 2021!
Are you an educator? Sports coach? Parent? Researcher? Community leader?
Join us for our 2021 Forum from the comfort and convenience of your office or home.
✓ 5+ keynote speakers to inspire you on topical issues
✓ A celebration of our 2020 National Schools of Character
✓ Access to over 30 on-demand sessions (you no longer have to stress over which breakout session to attend)
✓ Learn about new approaches and initiatives when we recognize schools for their 2020 Promising Practices
✓ Share best practices and emerging strategies with like-minded individuals from across the United States and around the world
✓ Learn about new character development programs provided by our Forum sponsors
✓ Ask questions and share your own experiences
Featured Keynotes include:
Founder and CEO, Character Lab
2013 MacArthur Fellow
Professor of Education, UC-Berkeley
2020 "Sandy Award" Recipient
Check out our event page for more details and an overview schedule.
We will meet in-person again soon, but for now, let’s take this opportunity
to learn and grow together however we can.
Join us!The heart and soul of our annual Forum will beat louder this year than ever before.
Are you ready to bring back to your school, family, team, and community
ready-to-use tools and resources? Register today!
School/Company Groups 2-5 Attendees
School/Company Groups 6-10 Attendees
School/Company Groups 11+ Attendees
Character.org members should log into their account before registering
to take advantage of their special pricing.
Anyone with an interest in character development, including parents, school leaders, coaches, and managers in the workplace. The Forum is a great place to get started and make connections.
The Thursday keynotes and Friday celebrations will be live. The breakout sessions will be pre-recorded, and you can watch them at any time up to 60 days after the event.
It’s completely up to you what live sessions you tune in for and what pre-recorded sessions you watch.
Yes, Q&A will be possible for live sessions, and we plan on incorporating networking time for smaller group discussions.