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2020 Affiliate Strand Call for Presentations

The NAAEE Affiliate Network Professional Development Committee seeks compelling proposals for the Affiliate Network Conference Strand that demonstrate proven practices, push the leading edge of the profession, advance equity and inclusion in the field, and motivate the pursuit of excellence for the growing NAAEE Affiliate Network.

We are seeking proposals that :
- address the diverse levels of Affiliates’ capacities
-focus on building capacity at the network-wide and/or individual affiliate levels.
-effectively engage the Affiliate Network audience in innovative thinking about new or proven ideas
and approaches that are specifically applicable to professional EE associations.
-raise important questions or deliver positive, solution-oriented outcomes supported by research
and/or program evaluation.
-inform environmental educators about proven practices, push the leading edge of the profession,
and/or motivate the pursuit of excellence

We highly encourage proposals submitted from new and emergent voices in the Affiliate Network.
In addition to session propsals we are also seeking reviewers and suggestions for presentations from the Affiliate Network. See the attached Affiliate Strand Call for Presentations for more information.

To submit a session, apply to serve as a reviewer or just make a session suggestion visit: https://forms.gle/BBAFqLooqo9oFsgv9

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I am wondering if any other Affiliate would be interested in partnering with me on presenting on the topic of events; how to fund them, develop ideas, host them, advertise them, etc. EEAI has had some success in this area but I am by no means an expert, more just curious in an open discussion on what other states do, best practices, challenges other states are facing with events. Not sure if this is a topic of interest to anyone else or if it is high-level thinking enough for a conference presentation. Thoughts?