Upcoming Events

December 2019:  We are working diligently to put the finishing touches on agendas for our 2020 slate of SNEAPPA programs, and look forward to your participation.  Mark your calendars now:

2020 Spring Meeting:  Tuesday, March 12 @ University of Massachusetts / Lowell (Lowell, MA)

2020 Summer Meeting:  Thursday, June 18 @ University of Hartford (West Hartford, CT)

2020 Fall Meeting:  TBD / University of Rhode Island (Kingston, RI)

NOTE:  Registration opens at www.sneappa.org one (1) month prior to each meeting.

With best wishes for a joyous holiday season and Happy New Year!

Title: SNEAPPA Spring 2020 Meeting
Location: University of Massachusetts / Lowell
Event Date: 3-12-2020 / TBD

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Past Events

SNEAPPA 2019 Fall Meeting

SNEAPPA 2019 Fall Meeting; Brown University, Providence, RI

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I’ve been involved in SNEAPPA since 1989, when I first got involved in Facilities Management. What I enjoy so much is the days I have a challenging problem, I have a plethora of business partners and colleagues at places across Southern New England that I can turn for assistance and they can turn to me as well.

Keith Woodward, Facilities Director, Quinnipiac University

I have been attending SNEAPPA meetings since 2003 and held a board position since 2008.  My involvement with SNEAPPA has always been very rewarding due to the strong friendships that have developed,as well as the vast amount professional knowledge that has been gained.  Then add the wonderful network of peer professionals who are always willing to help with any question and I can honestly say that I attribute much of my professional success to SNEAPPA.

John Cannon, Director of Facilities Operations, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

Having recently attended my first SNEAPPA meeting I would not hesitate to tell anyone about the experience I had. During the summer SNEAPPA meeting I met countless individuals from varying institutions and companies that work closely with them. Being able to make new personable connections with these facility members opened up many new windows and countless opportunities for me.

Amanda Marie Talbot, Resident Facility Assistant (Student), University of Hartford

The most important aspect of being involved with any professional organization is continuous learning while enhancing your professional network and making great friendships along the way. As a long-time business partner, the SNEAPPA organization has provided me the opportunity to get to know facilities professionals in the education industry and enrich my understanding of their challenges. The education sessions and tours always provide me with new and valuable information which I bring back to my company, Windover Construction. SNEAPPA continues to be great organization to be aligned with.

Tracey B. Hartford, Director of Client Services Windover Construction, Inc.