November 28 – 30, 2018
Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza, Sacramento, CA
Seeking three (3) Keynote speakers for the annual equity and access conference with skilled leader facilitation, who can inspire conversations about positioning underrepresented students to equitable outcomes in education and the workforce as well as insight into the latest research and policy considerations — in achieving equitable education and accessible high-wage careers - Equity Action. Please email your resume and proposal to email@example.com.
Accepting Proposals for Breakout Sessions until October 5, 2018.
Presenters share your expertise, passion, and commitment to promoting diversity, equity, access and affirmative action to an audience of educators from K-Adult Education and Community College. Our theme for the conference is “Go from Equity Awareness to Equity Action.” Please submit your proposal no later than October 5, 2018.
Call for Conference Proposals Open: Now
Deadline to Submit Proposals: October 5, 2018
Acceptance Notifications: October 19, 2018
We are seeking presentations that promote and implement equity action strategies in secondary and post-secondary, government public and private sector. Multiple proposals from one presenter(s) are welcome. Proposals will be selected based upon relevancy to the conference theme and practice of equity, access, and diversity; timeliness of the topic; creativity of approach; and demonstration of expertise. You will be notified if the proposal is accepted or declined. If selected, the information and materials you provide may be used for marketing and conference publicity.
All proposals must include a minimum of two (2) learning objectives and fit at least one of the equitable strand categories specific to special population students. These should be clear, concrete, and have direct applicability to the field.
Equitable Strand Categories
Increasing Equity and Access in CTE and STEM
Building an Equitable Workforce
Implementing Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Access (ex. Guided Pathways, Career Pathways)
Strategies for Equitable Learning Environments
Using Data to Expand Equitable Opportunities for Students
Equitable Leadership Practices
*Proposals that include supporting evidence may be given a higher ranking in the selection process. If you have URL that contains your supporting evidence, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please consider offering your time as a volunteer. The registration form includes a choice to volunteer. A conference like JSPAC requires your help as a volunteer to ensure success. A confirmation email will be sent 10 days before the conference confirming you as a volunteer with information on the role and schedule.
The conference will be held at the Holiday Inn, Capitol Plaza, Sacramento, CA.
The purpose of the travel scholarship is to offset the cost of travel and (1 night) lodging. The awarded funds do not cover registration cost or meals.
The travel award is up to a maximum of $250 per individual. Since funds for the travel scholarships are limited, please check with your Perkins, Title V, CTEIG, CCPT, CEPIP, SSSP and Equity, Basic Skills, Strong Workforce, WIOA, AEBG before submitting an application. (if applicable).
We encourage those who are applying for the travel scholarship to consider submitting a proposal for a breakout. Presenting a breakout session on an equity action presentation related to students of special populations can be a valuable experience that enriches educators and the presenter.
NOTE: There is a limit of four travel awards for the 2018 annual conference. The award is not guaranteed, and requests are considered on a first-come, first served basis.
Please submit your travel scholarship application. Deadline for applications will be October 5, 2018.
Awardees will be announced October 12, 2018.
Conference Fees (No group discounts)
$325 per person excluding pre-conference fee $125
Pre-conference Workshops - November 28, 2018
Conference Sessions - November 29 & 30, 2018
Registration will open August 2, 2018.