2022 Conference Session Proposal Form
Thank you for your interest in presenting at the 2022 WACAC Annual Conference! The Conference Committee continues to plan for an in-person conference in Long Beach, CA from April 12-14! While we are committed to hosting an in-person event, we also recognize that the pandemic may require us to shift to a hybrid conference. In light of that uncertainty, note that the Sessions Committee is interested in presentations that will work in both formats. Please keep this in mind as you complete the proposal form.

Successful proposals will speak to major issues in the field, best practices, and/or access, equity and inclusion in college admission. Ideally, presenters will represent the range of voices in the profession and speak to this year’s conference theme "Come Together."

*** COMPLETED proposals are due no later than Tuesday, November 30, 2021 ***

Questions may be directed to Phil Moreno, Past-President and Sessions Committee Chair at wacacpastpres@wacac.org.
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Please provide the session title (there are space limitations for titles, please be pithy).
Please provide a session description (75 words or less).
Would this session be appropriate for a Pre-Conference Workshop? These are typically three hour long blocks, for which attendees pay an additional small fee. The Sessions Committee will determine which sessions (usually 4-6) will run. Pre-conference sessions can be an excellent opportunity to dive more deeply into a topic or training than a general session slot might allow.
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Please note the intended audience for this session (please check all that apply).
Please check the experience level that best describes your target audience (check all that apply).
Indicate any scheduling concerns for your session (for example, if you are only able to attend the conference for one day).
Please explain to the Committee why your session should be chosen for inclusion in the 2022 Annual Conference: Come Together.
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