NACA (National Association of Campus Activities) is dedicated to the development and implementation of intentional and successful programs, activities, speakers, and novelties throughout colleges in the United States. Each year, OSL brings a cohort of 4-6 Williams students to the Northeast Regional Conference which occurs in Hartford Connecticut. This opportunity provides attendees a broad breadth of engagement, including educational workshops, samples of a multitude of performers and speakers, and exposure to a huge number of different vendors providing everything from speakers, to novelty items, to inflatable bounce castles.
As a conference, this opportunity is centrally focused on students interested in bringing new and different performers and activities to the Williams community. Through attending, things such as TRON Lasertag, the Silent Headphone Disco, and a comedic balloon artist were all brought to Williams. Exposing student leaders to these acts first hand provides a great way to see what could come to Williams, and how it can make the most positive impact on the student body.