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Submitter and Presenter Information

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If you (or your colleagues) have submitted a proposal or presented at College Board Forum previously, you may already be in the system. Begin typing your name (Last, First) in the field below to see if your information exists in the database. If you don't see your information in the field, click Create New Contact and fill out the form with your contact information.

If you (the submitter) are moderating or presenting during the session, add your name to the moderator or presenter fields below as well as entering it here.
Include a moderator only if his or her role will be limited to chairing or introducing the session.
Presenter(s):
List up to four presenters. A strong preference will be given to proposals that draw on the perspectives of multiple institutions rather than a single institution or program.
Are the moderator and all the presenters listed above aware of this session proposal? *
I understand that each presenter must register individually for Forum. *
Session Proposal
Select your session’s primary topic or audience.
Select your target audience by experience level: new professionals (those with three years' experience or less) or experienced professionals (those with more than three years' experience).
Provide a session description. This text should include an introduction to your organization and its work, detail how students are positively impacted by that work, specify topics to be presented during the session, and describe how participants will interact with the content. Please save a copy for future reference.
If your organization has online materials related to your session proposal, please include the hyperlink.
Describe how the work experience and/or credentials of your presenter(s)/moderator relate to the proposal content in support of the panel’s qualification to present.
What are the two most important learning outcomes your audience will gain from this session and be able to implement in their own work?
Agreements and Acknowledgments
Have you presented this session at another conference?
What issues and topics would you like to see addressed at this year's Forum? Are there any keynote speakers you would like to hear?