AUDIENCEThe primary conference audience consists of multiple levels of Tribal transportation professionals, from entry-level employees to Tribal Transportation directors and Tribal leaders. Workshop content and instruction should be geared to a level that is appropriate for the target audience.
CRITERIAProposals are solicited for 90-minute presentations that are hands on, interactive, creative, dynamic, and feature best practices in Tribal transportation. The presentation time frame will include introductions, presentation material, question and answer session, and evaluation. Attendees should leave with specific knowledge and skills about various aspects of the topic and how it relates to their future development. Presentations should provide attendees with educational value and refrain from promoting a specific business, product, or service.
SESSION TRACKSSafety, Project Management, Transit, Legislation & Technology, Planning, Maintenance & Preservation, and Hot Topics
PRESENTER BIOSBios should be brief, and preferably limited to 100 words. The goal of the presenter bio is to provide us with a high-level view of your career and your major accomplishments.
SUBMITTING THE FULL PRESENTATION:Should your presentation be selected, you will be required to submit your presentation no later than September 1, 2019. Presentations that do not meet the submission deadline will be automatically wait-listed.
FEES & PRESENTER BENEFITSAs a presenter for the 2019 National Transportation in Indian Country Conference (NTICC), your conference registration fee is $250. Presenters must still register for the conference. The registration fee includes access to all workshops and seminars, plenary sessions and meals.
Additional benefits include access to the 2019 NTICC discounted room rates. Presenters are responsible for their own travel and lodging expenses.
Visit https://www.nticc.org/ for additional conference information.
PRESENTER INFORMATIONWe understand that many sessions have multiple presenters. The "Presentation Contact" will receive ALL communications for presenters. It is his or her responsibility to share information with co-presenters.
WORKSHOP FORMATSMay include lecture format, panel presentation, or round table discussions. A variety of workshop presentation formats are desirable at the conference and handouts may be appropriate, depending on the complexity of the topic. Presenters are responsible for providing copies of workshop handouts and any equipment that will be used during presentation other than laptops, projectors, and screens.
KEY DATESCall for Presentations Due: March 30, 2019Full Presentation Due: September 1, 2019
IMPORTANT NOTES- Each session block consists of a 90-minute time period- Preference will be given to sessions with Tribal participants and leads- Presentations will be pre-loaded on the laptops in each session break out room- All break out rooms will be equipped with screens, projectors, and microphones (if needed)- Giveaways and/or raffles are not permitted during workshop sessions