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2019 WSRID/WSAD Conference: Workshop Proposal
Thank you for your interest in providing your workshop for WSRID and WSAD during this year's conference. We prioritize workshop topics that align with our organizations' mission statements, address the needs expressed by our Deaf, DeafBlind and HOH community, and satisfy the education goals of our interpreting community.

The theme of this year's conference is "Make it Matter"

WSRID mission: WSRID has the mission to educate, to support, and to promote the RID certification of interpreters and to inform the general public about the interpreting profession.

WSAD Mission: The Mission of WSAD is to promote, protect and preserve the rights and quality of life of deaf individuals in the state of Washington.

Submissions may fulfill either organization’s missions͖, however, proposals that satisfy both are highly encouraged.

Once you have completed this form, please email with the following:
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WSRID will review the following questionnaire and contact you shortly.

Email address *
Presenter Name: *
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Email Address: *
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Will you be presenting with anyone else? If so, please list names below.
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What is the title of your workshop? *
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How many hours of instruction will you provide? (1.5, 3, 6, 9)
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How does your workshop align with our mission and satisfy the needs of our community?
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Who is the target audience for this workshop? *
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Level of participants' prior knowledge of the topic: *
Please describe your workshop: *
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What are the educational objectives for this workshop? *
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What Media and/or Materials will you use? (Printed Documents, PowerPoint presentation, Markers, paper, etc...) *
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Presenter Bio: (one paragraph per presenter please) *
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What compensation are you requesting? (Presenter's fee, travel, etc...) *
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Communication Policy *
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