Opportunity Summit 2020 has been postponed the fall out of an abundance of caution in response to the evolving COVID-19 outbreak. We are working with the venue on a new date and will post as soon as it’s locked in.

While we are disappointed in the postponement, we are very excited to keep this event this year and know that the amazing content, performances, dynamic speakers and networking opportunities will only be enhanced! We look forward to seeing everyone in the fall at the Manchester Grand Hyatt. To make this transition as seamless as possible, we included responses to common questions below:

What you need to know:

What are the new dates for Opportunity Summit 2020?

We are postponing Opportunity Summit 2020 to the fall, date to be announced soon. The venue will stay the same—Manchester Grand Hyatt in Downtown San Diego.

I’m already registered for Opportunity Summit 2020 in April. Does my registration roll over to the new dates?

Yes, absolutely! We’re excited you’ll be joining us for Opportunity Summit 2020 later this fall. You do not have to do anything for your registration to roll over.

I’m not sure if I’ll be able to make Opportunity Summit 2020 with the date change. Should I cancel my registration?

We recommend you hold off on canceling your registration until you are positive you can no longer attend during the new date. If you are certain you can no longer attend Opportunity Summit 2020 on the new date, please email laurieganz@workforce.org to cancel your registration for a full refund by April 3, 2020.

I can no longer attend Opportunity Summit 2020 on the new date. Can I get a refund?

Yes, we will work closely with all paid registrants who wish to cancel and be issued a refund. Please contact Laurie at laurieganz@workforce.org by April 3, 2020 in order to receive a full refund.