Registration OPEN for NW Coffee Educators’ Summit, Seattle

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Are you a coffee educator/barista trainer based in the Pacific Northwest who is looking to learn some new techniques, brush up on your skills, and get to know other educators in the area? Then sign up for the first ever Northwest Coffee Educators’ Summit already! This grassroots event is completely independent, completely hands-on, completely unpretentious, and completely FREE.

This inaugural educators' summit is open to coffee educators and barista trainers. But space is limited so sign up now!

This inaugural educators’ summit is open to coffee educators and barista trainers. But space is limited so sign up now!

But space is super limited—there are only 25 spots available! So go HERE to sign up right now!

The event takes place April 4–5 at the La Marzocco HQ in Ballard.

Here are the details:

A gathering of professional educators to share and develop methods and strategies for effective training of others in the coffee industry.

This conference is designed by educators for educators who work in direct contact with students, trainees, or customers. Learn from people who have been here before and share with those who are deep into it now.

Special guests include:

  • Marcus Young, Sustainable Harvest, USBC Head Judge
  • Laila Ghambari, Cherry Street Coffee & Barista Guild Executive Council
  • Ben Schultz, Technician for Ristretto Roasters
  • Sarah Allen, Barista Magazine
  • Panda, Espresso Parts
  • Many more
After-Party Friday night, open to all members of the coffee community. Hosted by Cherry Street Coffee. Sponsored by Barista Magazine. Featuring the swag hospitality of Matte&Gloss. 

Space is extremely limited. Registration is 1st-come-1st-served with priority going to those in active roles as educators. Limit 2 registrants per company.

About the Author

Sarah

Sarah Allen is co-founder and editor of Barista Magazine, the international trade magazine for coffee professionals. A passionate advocate for baristas, quality, and the coffee community, Sarah has traveled widely to research stories, interact with readers, and present on a variety of topics affecting specialty coffee. She also loves animals, swimming, ice cream, and living in Portland, Oregon.