All Youth Connecting: Call for Presenters
The 2020 NYEC Annual Youth Connecting Forum will take place June 22-23, 2020, at The Nashville Main Library in Nashville, TN. We are inviting proposals for sessions on both days.
NYEC's tradition is to heavily emphasize discussion and peer learning. In discussion and real-time problem solving sessions, practitioners will facilitate conversations about pressing issues in the youth-employment field. Sessions at last year's All Youth Working Forum included "Methods to Address Youth Disengagement in Education," "Immigration – Where were we? Where are we now? Where do we go from here?," "Environment, Sustainability & Workforce Development," and "Amplifying Your Voice: A Listening Session for Young Adults and Youth Practitioners."
NYEC sessions are either discussion sessions or real-time problem solving sessions. In discussion sessions, one or more attendees lead a discussion on a pressing issue facing the field, drawing on their own experiences and then facilitating a conversation. In real-time problem solving sessions (similar to case conferences), a facilitator moderates and another attendee presents a challenge they facing in their practice; other attendees then problem-solve and come up with a proposed way forward.
If you would like to become a presenter please fill out this form by March 15th. We will respond by early April to give you a status update. Please note that registration fees are not waived for presenters and that we do offer a discounted youth leaders code to encourage youth presenters.
If you have any questions please email
See you in June!
Proposed title of session
(Optional) List up to two co-leaders with their email addresses
Category (please check one, or list another)
Summer Youth Employment
Youth and the Green Economy
Session Type (Check all that applies)
Real-time problem solving (leader presents a problem; facilitated problem solving follows)
Discussion (leader describes an emerging or proven practice, then facilitates discussion)
Please provide policy or practice questions and a brief synopsis of your session (this can be changed later). Also mention any tools, reports, or other materials to which you wish to draw attention during the session.
Comments (additional questions or clarifications):
Would you like to propose a second session?
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