The Upstate Technology Conference is a free technology conference for educators by educators with the goal of connecting those in the public and private education community.
Registration for participants will open at 5:30 A.M. on Monday, May 20.
Registration for UTC is open to all Greenville County employees, as well as anyone outside the district.
Registration is limited, and we expect available spaces to fill up quickly. Once the conference is full, those who register will be placed on a waiting list and added automatically in the order in which they registered.
If you have been confirmed as a presenter, you do not need to register. Co-presenters DO need to register as participants.
If you have been confirmed as a volunteer, you do not need to register. All confirmed volunteers have received an email from the UTC staff. If you applied to be a volunteer, but were not needed for this year's conference, you will need to register as a participant.
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