Call for Proposals: Racing Toward Postsecondary Success – Mar 15
Posted by National College Access Network on February 5, 2019
NCAN is pleased to announce the opening of the call for proposals for the 2019 NCAN National Conference: Racing Toward Postsecondary Success.
Do you have best practices, data, or experiences that your peers in the college access and success field would benefit from learning about? Then submit a pitch to present at this year’s conference.
The 2019 conference will take place Sept. 16 -18 at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown in Indianapolis, IN.
The major topics of discussion at the 2019 NCAN National Conference will be:
- Equity and Opportunity
- Postsecondary Access and Readiness
- Student Success in Postsecondary Education
- Policy and Advocacy
- Connecting College and Career Success
- Data Into Practice
- Financial Aid and Literacy
- Management, Leadership, and Organizational Strategy
For a detailed description of each topic, as well as this year’s hot topics, click here.
Conference sessions will be presented in two formats: Effective practice sessions and world café sessions. Click here to learn more about these two formats.
Call for proposals overview webinar: Want the scoop on how to craft a standout proposal for the 2019 NCAN National Conference? Join us for a webinar to hear about what we want – and what we don’t – in a conference proposal. After a brief presentation, webinar attendees will be able to get their questions answered. Register here for this webinar, which will take place on Wednesday, February 27, at 3 p.m. EST.
The call for proposals closes on Friday, March 15. We encourage you to submit an application to present at the 2019 NCAN National Conference!
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