NC Service-Learning Summit November 16, 2017

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Attend the NCSLC Summit on November 16th! RFP due Friday, October 6th, 2017.
North Carolina Service-Learning Summit  “Civic Engagement Through Service-Learning” Request for Proposals
The North Carolina Service-Learning Coalition (NCSLC) requests workshop proposals for the 2017 NC Statewide Service-Learning Summit to be held Thursday, November 16, 2017 at UNC-Pembroke.  All Requests for Proposals must be received no later than the extended deadline of Friday, October 6, 2017.  All presenters and showcase providers must register for the summit at The cost is $45/person for adult presenters; $30/person for students; $25/person for exhibit and lunch-only showcase presenters.  (If you wish to preview the questions before completing this online form, please refer to the PDF file, then return here to submit your proposal online.
About the North Carolina Service-Learning Coalition
The North Carolina Service-Learning Coalition (NCSLC) is a statewide network of preschool to graduate school educators, community partners, students and civic engagement advocates. Our mission is to nurture partnerships among PreK-12, higher education, and community organizations to promote, support, advance and sustain high-quality service-learning in North Carolina.
About the NCSLC Summit
The NCSLC Summit is a chance for members and affiliates to come together to share ideas, demonstrate best practices and models of service-learning in action, and hear from students and educators who espouse the values of the Coalition. The NCSLC Summit also offers participants a chance to meet others from across the state who share a love for service-learning pedagogy.
About Workshop Proposals
Sessions are offered in lengths of 50 or 90 minutes.  Workshops are projected to average 30 - 50 attendees. NCSLC seeks proposal submissions from PreK-12, college/university, and community partners which demonstrate how service-learning is advancing civic engagement among young people throughout the state.  
Selection Criteria
Proposals will be assessed on content quality, creativity of delivery, audience participation, and incorporation of the Service-Learning Standards for Quality Practice. For more information on the Service-Learning Standards for Quality Practice, visit

We strongly encourage proposals from young people active in service-learning. Workshops that involve audience interaction are also strongly encouraged. Presenters are able to apply for both a workshop and a showcase.
Showcase Display Proposals
Showcase displays may showcase a service-learning project, materials, products or resources. The Coalition will provide a table and two chairs for each display. Additional chairs, a table covering, and access to electricity may be requested. Presenters should provide their own display board, computer/technology equipment, and extension cord.

Students may manage a display, however an adult must be present during showcase times if students are under 16.

Vendors who wish to showcase materials and resources, there is no fee for your display, but we ask that you provide door-prize giveaways for the Summit.
Submission Guidelines
1) Proposals must be submitted online using this form by Friday, September 22, 2017.  (If you have difficulty submitting online, please email
2) Only complete applications will be reviewed.
3) Presentations must be designated 50 minutes or 90 minutes.
4) NCSLC reserves the right to edit workshop titles and descriptions for length and content for the official summit program guide.
5) Academic degrees will not be included in the presenters’ description in the program guide.
6) All communications will be sent only to the primary presenter.
7) All presenters must register for the summit at a reduced conference fee ($45/person for adult presenters; $30/person for students; $25/person for exhibit and lunch-only showcase presenters). Registration for the conference includes annual membership in the NCSLC.
8) Presenters are encouraged to bring their own laptops for presentations.
9) While internet access should be available in rooms, have a contingency plan as well.  
10) If accepted, workshop presentation content cannot be changed from proposal without written approval of NCSLC.

Written notification on the status of your proposal will be emailed to the primary presenter by October 10, 2017.

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