Download here: 2018 CA exhibit hall floor plan
Download the schedule here (last updated 5/21): 2018 CA Workshop schedule
Seek Approved Vendor Status ASAP with California Charter Schools
A charter school is a term for a school that receives government funding but operates independently of the established public school system in which it is located, and in some cases is privately owned.
Not all California homeschooling families choose to be a part of a charter school. However, some homeschooling families in California do choose to supplement their homeschooling with classes offered at charter schools. As members of a charter school, parents can receive refunds for the purchase of approved curriculum and services from approved vendors. Charter schools create a list of approved material and service vendors for which parents can receive refunds.
To apply to be on the approved vendor list, please contact each of the charter schools listed below. Each of the charter schools listed will be exhibiting at the California Homeschool Convention due to their affiliation with CA homeschooling families. Charter schools have different approval times. Please contact each at your very earliest convenience.
- Dehesa Charter School
- Excel Academy Charter Schools
- iLEAD Exploration
- Inspire Charter Schools
- Sage Oak Charter School
- Sky Mountain Charter Schools
- Springs Charter Schools
- Valiant Prep
Download here: 2018 CA Exhibit hall booth assignments 2018-05-02
Last updated May 2, 2018.
Your business may require a vendor license to make sales in the state of California. Visit California State Board of Equalization to obtain a temporary seller’s permit.
If your business does require that you obtain a temporary sellers permit for the state in which you are exhibiting, you also need to submit payment of sales tax after the conventions. Sales and use tax forms can be found at the website mentioned above.
Questions about taxes or licenses should be directed to the professionals at each state department.
Every person who engages in business in this state as a retailer must obtain a retail license before making any sales. This includes sales made online and persons who make infrequent sales in this state. If you have more than one business outlet, you must have a separate retail license for each location.
View or download the final workshop schedule: FINAL_TX Workshop Schedule
See the Ohio Department of Taxation site: https://www.tax.ohio.gov/sales_and_use/license.aspx