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Call for Proposals - 2017 CCUMC Conference

Friday, March 10, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: CCUMC Executive Office
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A major benefit of CCUMC is the close-knit learning community within its membership. Members love to share their knowledge and experience with each other in a variety of ways. Presenting at the CCUMC annual conference is one way to contribute your knowledge and experience within this community.

Presenters must be available October 5-7. Concurrent sessions will take place anytime between 10am-5pm.

Click here to view sample proposal.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Monday, March 20, 2017

WHO SHOULD SUBMIT: Whether you're a conference veteran or a first timer, please share your expertise by submitting a presentation proposal. Proposals can be from individuals, or you might prefer to find colleagues who'll be co-presenters on a topic of shared interest. You do not have to be a CCUMC member to submit a proposal. We encourage corporate members and non-members to submit, as well. We ask that corporate submissions are educational and not a marketing pitch.

POTENTIAL TOPICS: Click here to view a full list of potential topics suggested by previous conference evaluations.

INCENTIVE: If your proposal is accepted, you will receive a $50 discount on your conference registration. Student and retiree attendees do not qualify for the $50 discount. 

AFTER YOU SUBMIT: If you do not receive a confirmation screen immediately after you submit your proposal, contact the CCUMC Executive Office. Submissions will be reviewed by the CCUMC Program Committee. Once a decisions is made, the lead presenter will be contacted via email the week of May 1st. 

REQUIREMENTS IF YOUR SUBMISSION IS ACCEPTED: You must register for the conference in its entirety. You will also need to submit your presentation materials, to be included in the online conference "Proceedings", prior to the start of the conference. 

Note: Proposals which are not submitted in their entirety by the due date will not be considered. Proposals will be considered incomplete if materials are missing or if materials are submitted in the incorrect format.