National Conference Request for Proposal (RFP)
APSE is looking for sessions that are data-driven and have an interactive component, so we encourage you to develop presentations that are outside of the traditional lecture format. Consider your planned techniques, interactive exercises, or other methods you will incorporate into your presentation to promote learning by and among attendees. We encourage the blending of content sharing and active participant learning. Sessions including teaching methods such as simulations, fishbowls, world café, storytelling or others are some of the options you might consider.
APSE accepts presentations with the following expectations:
- Presenters demonstrate exceptional expertise around proposed content.
- Sessions are focused on participant learning, not lecture.
- Sessions are not intended to be a platform for selling products and services.
- Presenters are required to provide handout materials that reflect session content for attendees by May 29, 2020.
- Learning objectives are tailored to the learning level designated.
- Topics are forward-thinking, challenging, and reflect the mission of Employment First.
December 13, 2019 5 pm EST
Call for Presentation closes
*Updated to March 2, 2019
Notice emailed to presenters. Confirmation and registration is required by April 1, 2020. Early bird rates are offered to the first two presenters listed on the proposal.
Presenters will either be accepted, put on a short wait list, or notified that their session was not accepted.
*Updated to April 1, 2020
Presenters must accept their invitation. Selected presenters must be registered (first two presenters per session are eligible for early bird pricing).
At this time, those who have not submitted thier acceptance and registered will be pulled from the 2020 National APSE Conference Schedule.
May 1, 2020
All presenters will be emailed with their date and time assignment via the Conference App.
May 29, 2020
All presentation handouts due in the app or email to email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org
June 15-18, 2020
2020 APSE National Conference
Please reference the 2020 National APSE Proposal Guidelines and Instructions. All final submissions must be made online.