The NASC National Conference offers a wide variety of opportunities for students, advisers, and other adults to lead workshops and seminars.
The conference is first and foremost an opportunity for dialogue, learning, and exploration of topics important to students’ and educators’ personal and professional development.
Student, Adviser, and Adult Presenters
We hope you will consider joining us as a presenter to share your ideas and practices with student and adviser delegates in a workshop setting.
Presentations will take place on Monday, June 26 and Tuesday, June 28. Each presentation topic can be presented a maximum of two times over the course of both days. Seminar presenters can be conference attendees as well as non-attendees.
Apply to be a student, adviser, or adult presenter today.
Applications are due April 30, 2017.
The Speakers Showcase is an opportunity for attendees to preview outstanding speakers and trainers that address issues specific to middle level and high school students. This is also an excellent forum for speakers to gain national visibility for future speaking opportunities.
The goal of the Speakers Showcase is for conference attendees to:
- Be positively impacted by a speaker’s message and take their learnings back to their school to use immediately.
- Recommend speakers for events in their states and schools.
In addition to student delegates and advisers, conference attendees will include state executive directors of state student council associations, many of whom will be looking for potential speakers for their state conferences.
Speakers Showcase presentations take place on Tuesday afternoon, June 27. Those selected will present twice, consecutively. Interested speakers may apply by completing an online application. Please note that Speakers Showcase presentations are not paid.
Apply to be part of the Speakers Showcase today.
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