ACCT LEADERSHIP CONGRESS TRACKS
Addressing Workforce Needs, Combating Poverty, Promoting Diversity and Assuring Safety
New Pathways to Student Success
Partnerships and Collaborations
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
BENEFITS OF PRESENTING
- Play an important role in promoting and advancing the contributions of community colleges at the largest national gathering of governing boards, presidents, chancellors and leaders from throughout the country.
- Receive recognition for your college/district and community by highlighting programs representing best practices.
- Share your expertise and innovative approaches with fellow trustees.
TYPES OF SESSIONS
Concurrent Sessions - Traditional 60-minute presentations that highlight successful programs, policies and innovative programs.
Roundtable Discussions - Designedto facilitate interactive conversations among participants on targeted issues.
*New* Explorative Format - One-hour sessions afford a personal and interactive setting to explore, exchange, and discuss what works.
*NEW PROGRAM LEARNING LEVELS*
To provide a well-balanced program, we have established new program learning levels that will help you identify the level of learning that is the most relevant and beneficial to you.
Foundational - Presentations that introduce new concepts and general understanding of the topic.
Applied - Presentations that provide material and opportunities to gain new knowledge, practical applications and applied information.
Strategic - Presentations detailing training on specific topics with opportunities to be fully engaged with materials and activities, and to demonstrate a mastery of content.
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
Demonstrate relevance of the session topic to the 2018 Congress theme: Partnerships: Building Blocks for Student Success
Trustees must be included among presenters
All presenters MUST register for the Congress (We DO NOT offer a special presenter rate)
Concurrent sessions must be approximately 60 minutes
Proposals must include a letter of support from your college. Click here
for sample letter.
Deadline for submissions is Friday, May 4, 2018
SPECIAL NOTE: PRESENTERS SHOULD BE RESPECTFUL OF ATTENDEES WHO MAY NOT SHARE THE SAME OPINIONS AND EXPERIENCES, AND TO THE EXTENT PRACTICAL, ENDEAVER TO PROVIDE CONTENT IN A MANNER THAT FOSTERS ENHANCED UNDERSTANDING AND MUTUAL RESPECT.