Answer 1: No, coaches do not have to pay a registration fee to participate in the camp.
Answer 2: To participate in the NAPC you first have to apply, indicating interest. In order to apply for the NAPC please visit the NAPC website, go to the Schedule/Registration/Logistics page and under the Application/Registration part click the link and apply. It is expected that all members of the applicant team will choose to participate at the NAPC; their coaches are also encouraged to attend. It is also expected that all the North America World finalists will apply to participate in the NAPC.
Applications for the NAPC have two distinct deadlines:
To participate in the NAPC you secondly have to register for the NAPC, indicating your time commitment for the week long (March 30-April 3) camp. The NAPC selection committee will invite NAPC applicants to register for the NAPC by sending to select NAPC applicants a registration link (the registration link is different than the apply link). All the North America finalists, if they apply, will be invited to register for the NAPC. Teams who have applied for the NAPC and were selected by the NAPC selection committee to participate in the NAPC will be sent a registration link at two designated dates, shown below:
The registration fee to participate in the NAPC is $100, per student for early bird applicants. The registration fee to participate in the NAPC is $150, per student, for regular applicants.
Answer 3: No, only a few of the trainers shown at the NAPC website will participate in the onsite training at NAPC.
Answer 4: Space at the ICPC NAPC is limited to approximately 33 teams. Should demand exceed capacity, teams advancing to the ICPC World Finals from North America Championship (NAC) are guaranteed a slot. Additional registration preference consideration will be given based on institution/team regional performance, future ICPC eligibility of team members, the number of teams already registered for the NAPC from the same institution, other factors.
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