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Call for presenters - 2019 21st CCLC Multi-State Conference October 6-9, 2019, Evansville, IN

Posted by David Westenberger on Feb 04, 2019

2019 21st CCLC Multi-State Conference

Presenter Information

 Thank you for your interest in presenting at the 2019 21st CCLC Multi-State Conference. This 3-day conference convenes out-of-school time youth workers, educators, and program administrators from Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia for a unique opportunity to learn alongside each other.    

This year, the conference will provide sessions that, collectively, help program staff and administrators build stronger foundations for youth to thrive. Sessions will be categorized according to the six conference tracks: Service, Support, Programming, Program Administration, Personal Development, and Inclusion. Sessions will range from 50-75 minutes depending on content and space availability. Presenter applications should be submitted via this link.

 In addition, sessions will also be categorized by competencies associated with the Child & Youth Care Credential—for more information on the credential and competencies, click here. We also hope to align several sessions to other various credential and continued learning credits as well (CEU, PGP, etc.)

Conference Track Clarifications

  • Service: This track is designed for all conference attendees interested in programs or organizations excelling at impactful community engagement, service learning, or long-term service projects.
  • Support: This track is designed for all conference attendees interested in successful models of academic support, life skills development, trauma-informed programming, and integration of varied, unique program elements.
  • Programming: This track is designed for all conference attendees interested in a broad variety of interactive, engaging high-yield programming models.
  • Program Administration: This track is designed for seasoned program administrators interested in learning strategies to recruit and train staff, increase programming sustainability, expand programming impact, and increase fiscal stability.
  • Personal Development: This track is designed for all conference attendees interested in learning more about secondary trauma, social emotional learning, self-care techniques, ideas for renewal, and ways to increase meaningful staff recognition.
  • Inclusion: This track is designed for all conference attendees interested in increasing cultural competency, supporting English learning youth and families, culturally responsive techniques, supporting LGBTQ+ youth, and recruiting diverse partners and staff.

 Presentation Requirements

  • Presenters must submit materials ahead of the conference
    • 50% of materials must be submitted by April 19, 2019
    • 100% of materials must be submitted by September 9, 2019
  • Presenters must bring a flash drive with all presentation materials

Timeline

Presenter Applications Due

March 8, 2019

Presenter Notified of Selection

March 29, 2019

50% of Completed Presentation Due

April 19, 2019

Final Presentation Due

September 9, 2019