NCPN Virtual Conference Proposal Form

NCPN 2020 Virtual Conference Proposal Form

NCPN 2020 Virtual Conference Proposal Form

All accepted presentations will comprise the asynchronous portion of the conference (breakout sessions) which will be submitted to NCPN in video format and uploaded to YouTube or a server of your choice. Presenters will send NCPN a URL to be uploaded to a web page which will be available for 10 months to conference attendees to view at their convenience.

Deadline for submitting form: July 24, 2020

Dear Colleague,

Thank you for your interest in submitting the proposal form below for the NCPN 2020 Virtual Conference. The form will not save your information after you have closed your browser. You will not be able to retrieve and revise your information once it has been submitted. You will receive a copy of your submission via email.

As the key presenter, you will be responsible for disseminating information to co-presenters.

If you have questions or problems with the form, please contact Sheila Wilson at swilson@cord.org.

Thanks,
Claudia Maness, NCPN Director
Sheila Wilson, Conference Manager/Chair

Key Presenter Information

Registration fee: All presenters are required to register at the standard rate of $165 by September 15.

(Please include extension if necessary.)

Presentation Information

Program Strands

Please select all that apply.

- Academic advising to support pathways
- Career assessment
- Career awareness/exploration/development
- Career coach/navigation services
- College and career planning
- Career roadmap for advising
- Counseling
- Parental engagement
- Portfolios
- Recruitment and retention
- Supporting special populations
- Accelerated adult education models
- Adult career pathways
- Apprenticeships & pre-apprenticeships
- Competency-based education
- Contextualized instruction
- Course sequencing
- Credit for prior learning
- Curriculum alignment
- Dual and articulated credit
- Evidence-based best practices
- Industry certifications
- Integrated education and training (IET) models
- Stackable credentials
- Work-based learning continuum
- Workforce preparation: essential/employability/soft skills
- Career pathways system development
- Employer engagement
- Facilitating transitions
- Funding/grant writing
- Measurement and accountability
- Partnership development/management
- Policy and program alignment
- Corporate training
- Employability skills
- Employer advisory councils
- Integrated services
- Labor market intelligence
- Reentry programs
- System transformation
- Talent development strategies
- WIOA administration to support pathways
- Workforce board partnerships
- 3D Printing
- Artificial Intelligence
- Big Data
- Blockchain
- Cybersecurity
- Edge Computing
- Industrial Internet of Things
- Industry 4.0 Workforce Issues
- Machine Learning
- Robotic Process Automation
- Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality
Maximum: 12 words. The title should clearly communication the focus of the presentation.
Maximum: 50 words. Describe what conference attendees can expect to learn from your presentation and how they will benefit from it. Be sure your presentation is geared toward a national audience. This description will appear in the conference program. Priority will be given to presentations that share timely information and offer strategies and resources that can be implemented immediately. Be sure your description accurately explains your presentation.
Maximum: 200 words. Give a brief summary of what you will cover. Tell what attendees will be able to take away for implementation. This information will not be published and is used only for evaluating presentations.
Note: Presentations should not exceed 45 minutes.

Presentation Format *
(Please select the format you will be submitting if accepted.)
(Check all that apply)
(Check all that apply.)
(70 words or less)

Co-presenter Information:

(Click the "Add Co-presenter" button below to enter up to five co-presenters)


Student presenter?