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Educational Speaking Opportunities:
Call for Presentations
Are you looking for speaking opportunities, where you can share your industry knowledge and insight with your peers? Throughout the year, Washington State Community Associations Institute (WSCAI) provides area community association business leaders and managers with quality education and training, offering many opportunities to give presentations to fellow members.
We offer a broad range of programming hosted by industry experts to help keep participants up-to-date on the latest legislative activity, management trends, industry best practices, hot topics and subjects of special interest.Course attendees gain insight and knowledge to help them take their careers and communities to the next level, while gaining valuable credits toward earning and maintaining industry certifications and designations.
If you are interested in speaking, we want you to be a part of our education initiatives, giving your peers the knowledge and skills they need to be better board members, managers and industry professionals.
Interested in Presenting?
If interested in being considered as a presenter at one or more of the opportunities, submit the following (plus specific additional requests) by the given deadline(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Name and contact information
- State which topic(s) you’re submitting for
- Proposed program title
- 150-200 word descriptive paragraph for marketing
- Basic outline
- Brief (75-100 word) bio
- High resolution headshot
- Sign and return the Educational Seminar Guidelines for Instructors Form (click button below)
Speakers Wanted: Accepting Proposals Now!
We are accepting proposals for consideration in planning some of WSCAI’s upcoming educational offerings. Interested parties should complete the attached forms and return them to Michelle Leary, Executive Director, at email@example.com. “Session Information” for each proposed instructor must be provided and each proposed instructor must sign the “Guidelines for Instructors” form.
Proposals are due as specified.