AEEE, Inc. 41st Annual Conference “Using Innovation to Protect Our Future... One Student at a Time” Call for Proposals
Deadline February 16, 2018

Keeping up with the ever-changing laws and regulations that govern federal TRiO programs has become increasingly difficult. With daily battles to ensure the sustainability of our programs we are ready to stand beside our students to share their success with invested parties. The Association for Equality and Excellence in Education in Education would like to invite TRIO colleagues or those who work with similar programs to share their expertise with our membership. We would like you to provide essential information to college access and success professionals from around the country.

Conference attendees are searching for creative and innovative ways to improve their programs. They are searching for college preparation, college access, academic coaching, financial literacy, and college success strategies for students from middle school through graduate school. Our attendees serve low-income, first-generation students which also include underrepresented and/or special needs populations. Please keep that in mind when preparing your proposal. Our conference is being held April 15-20, 2018 in Atlantic City, NJ.

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Instructions for Online Submission
1. You must complete all mandatory items of the online proposal form - incomplete proposals will not be accepted.
If you have any problems submitting the form please email us at aeeeannualconference@gmail.com

2. Please submit all information in plain text, no special characters

3. Proposals received after 9:00 pm on February 16, 2018 will not be reviewed

Proposals will be evaluated basis of creativity, adaptability, timeliness of the subject matter, and clearly stated purpose/objectives.

Presentation titles should be descriptive of the content of the session not the theme of the conference. Titles should be concise and attention getting. Innovative proposals with proven results will receive top priority.

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