More Than a Colon: How to Submit a Standout Program

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Join us for this briefing hosted by our Vice President of Professional Development and our Conference Committee Chair, Nancy Crimmin, to learn about what makes a submission great, how to sail through the submission process, and how to make your submission stand out.

Submitting an effective program proposal is more than just a catchy title. With over 1500 programs submitted annually for the NASPA Annual Conference, getting your proposal accepted may seem almost impossible. Don’t worry, it’s not!

Check out our recorded briefing to learn how to craft a conference session proposal that is full of rich content and engagement.  Stephanie Gordon, Vice President for Professional Development and members from proposal review committee will be on-hand with tips on how to craft a conference session proposal that will stand out as a cut above the rest.

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