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Proposal

Limit to 75 characters including spaces.
Provide a brief summary of your session to be included in the conference program. Limit to 150 characters including spaces.
Provide a clear, full description of your session. Please save this description for yourself for future reference. Limit to 1,000 characters including spaces.
Select your target audience by experience level: new professionals (those with five years’ experience or less) or experienced professionals (those with more than five years’ experience).
Select your proposal’s primary audience.
Session Topic *
Select the topic area(s) that your proposal aligns best with. Select no more than three.
Select the topic area(s) that your proposal aligns best with. Select no more than three.
List two to four keywords. Examples include community college, advocacy, FAFSA, veterans, Advanced Placement.
You can search for your name here if it already exists in our system, or click on the “Add Submitter” link to add your information. If the submitter is also a presenter, enter their name again in the Presenter area below.
Required for a roundtable discussion and optional for a presentation session. Search for a person, or add a new person if needed.
Presenter *
You can add up to five presenters or panelists here. Search for people already in the database by entering their name in the presenter field. If there are no relevant results, use the “Add Presenter” links under each field to add the presenter’s information.





Check if you would like this proposal to be considered for other College Board conferences and professional development workshops including the College Board Forum.
Other Conferences
Have you given this presentation at another conference? *
Please list College Board conferences this presentation was given.
Please list other conferences this presentation was given.
I understand that all moderators and presenters must register individually for the conference.
I’m aware that if my proposal is selected, all presenters will be responsible for securing funding to attend the conference.