The Wireless Power Technologies Conference and Expo (WPTCE), which covers a broad range of topics, applications, frequencies, and power levels, is the largest event in the world for wireless power research and industry engagement. The event, formerly known as Wireless Power Week, consists of a student design competition, workshops, technical and panel presentations at conferences, and a wireless power school. On Sunday, June 4, and Monday, June 5, the WPT School will remain open all day. The WPT School wraps up with a WPT Project and covers the fundamentals of coupled and radiative WPT. On Monday, June 5, the WPT School will feature industry speakers as well as Sessions 5 and 6 of the WPT Workshop in the afternoon. Six one-hour advanced topic workshop sessions are held during the WPT Workshop's entire day on Monday, June 5, and there are industry speakers in the late afternoon. The IEEE WPT Student Competition committee invites all students to submit their project initial design report to the Student design competition that will be held at WPTCE 2023.