STEPS TO PRESENTING
Steps to Presenting at the BOOST Conference
1. Read the guidelines and information needed to complete the Request for Proposal (RFP).
2. Complete and submit your workshop proposal and agree to BOOST Workshop Guidelines by October 31st.
3. You will be notified regarding Phase 1 acceptance in November.
4. All accepted proposal applicants will be sent a personal email with the next steps and deadlines to remember as well as tools and resources to help you facilitate a successful workshop.
Information You Will Need Prior to Submitting
In order to submit your RFP, you must have a Google account. You can create a Google account prior to submitting your RFP by copying and pasting this link bit.ly/GoogleAccount08.
As you complete your RFP, your progress is automatically saved as a draft for 30 days. If you need to finish your RFP at a later time or need to switch devices, you will not have to start from scratch. If you’re completing the RFP offline, auto-save will not work.
Presenter(s) & Workshop Information
Below is a list of primary items that you will need to prepare in order to complete your RFP submission.
- Contact info for main presenters and any co-presenters, panel members, and invited guests, (mailing address, email addresses, gender pronouns, etc.)
- 650 characters or less professional bio for main presenters and any co-presenters
- High-resolution professional photographs for main presenters and any co-presenters, panel members, and invited guests (JPEG or PNG)
- High-resolution agency/organization logo for main presenters and any co-presenters (JPEG or PNG)
- Three event/speaking references and their contact information
- Workshop Title & Description
- Three learning outcomes