Call for Proposals Tri-State 2021
2021 Tri-State Spring Conference
April 6, 13, 20, and 27, 2021
Virtual Delivery
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Conference workshops should be 75 minutes in length allowing time for questions and answers, and handouts are encouraged (handouts & visual aids are at the expense of the presenter). Proposals will be reviewed with emphasis on quality, innovation, offers new approaches, best practices and/or facilitates dialogue for emerging issues. Because of budget constraints, no honoraria will be given to workshop presenters.

Proposed Workshop Topics/Tracks

Pre-College Programs Track
• Effective Training Strategies for Summer Program Staff
• Effective College Admissions, Career, and Financial Aid Workshops for Middle School Students
• How to Recruit and Retain Pre-College Students until High School Graduation

Undergraduate Programs Track
• Student Support Services Grant
• Assisting Special Populations within TRiO (Student Athletes, Single Parents, Ex-Offenders, High School Drop Outs)
• Providing Services into the Millennium Generation
• How to Implement a Freshman Seminar or Bridge Course in Your TRiO Program

Adult Students Track
• Assisting Veterans in the Transition to Higher Education
• Strategies for Working with the Adult Learner
• Juggling Work, Family and College
• Workshops that Really Work for Adult Students
• Financial Aid and Scholarships for Adult Students

• Supporting Students During Social Crisis

Using Technology Track
• How to recruit and reach TRiO Students using Facebook and other Social Network Websites
• Creating a Paperless Office with the use of Document Imaging
• Using the Internet for Online Workshops

Professional & Self Development Track
• Limited Resources and Limited Budgets
• Team Building and other Staff Development Activities
• Health & Wellness
• Stress Management
• Providing Effective Customer Services
• Surviving a State or Federal Program Audit
• Best Practices in Staff/Program Supervision and Professional Development
• Financial Literacy Programs for Program Participants
• Strategies for Working with Institution Administration
• Learning Programs and Model Practices in Student programming
• Collaboration with Other Educational Programs and Associations
• Record Keeping
• Tutorial Programs

Proposing a workshop for *
Time of Day *
First Presenter's Name *
First Presenter's Title *
First Presenter's Agency *
First Presenter's TRIO Program
First Presenter's Street Address *
First Presenter's City, State, Zip *
First Presenter's Phone *
First Presenter's Fax
First Presenter's Email *
FIRST PRESENTER’S BIO: (100 Words or less) *
Second Presenter's Name
Second Presenter's Title
Second Presenter's Agency
Second Presenter's TRIO Program
Second Presenter's Street Address
Second Presenter's City, State, Zip
Second Presenter's Phone
Second Presenter's Fax
Second Presenter's Email (Confirmation will be emailed to this address)
SECOND PRESENTER’S BIO: (100 Words or less)
Third Presenter's Name
Third Presenter's Title
Third Presenter's Agency
Third Presenter's TRIO Program
Third Presenter's Street Address
Third Presenter's City, State, Zip
Third Presenter's Email (Confirmation will be emailed to this address)
THIRD PRESENTER’S BIO: (100 Words or less)
Target Audience (Check All That Apply)
Audio/Visual Equipment Needs
Please provide an abstract/session description (Microsoft Word, 100 words maximum) to be placed in conference booklet.
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