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Presenters needed for Fall Forward Conference

July 21, 2011

The 2011 Fall Forward Conference for Leadership and Social Change is looking for presenters. The conference, designed to bring students from each of the ASU campuses together to develop their leadership skills, is a way for undergraduate and graduate students to learn how to make a difference in local and global communities.

Through keynote speakers and workshops, participants will be able to network with other students, identify ways to collaborate, and build the skills necessary to be successful.

The conference is scheduled to take place Oct. 15, in the Memorial Union of the Tempe campus. Workshops are 50 minutes long and begin at 11:30 a.m., 1:10 p.m., and 2:10 p.m.

Presenters are needed for the following topics:

• Leadership/Servant Leadership (styles, approaches, development, ethics, public speaking, parliamentary procedure)

• Programming/Event Planning (risk management, calendaring, creative programming, budgeting, marketing, use of social media)

• Empowering Students/Community (motivation, involvement, recruitment, delegation, fundraising, service, civic engagement)

• Personal Care (stress, time management, boundaries, self care)

• Organization Management (group dynamics, problem-solving, peer mediation, running effective meetings)

• Multiculturalism/Social Justice (group and individual identity, cultural competence)

• Innovation and Social Change (project development, business plan creation, social entrepreneurship, civic engagement, service learning)

Proposals are due on or before Aug. 26, 2011. Selected presenters will be notified via email by Sept. 9, 2011.

Click here to submit a proposal.

Jennifer Stults Krasnow
Student & Cultural Engagement