2017 Call for Workshop Proposals
The LGBTQ Community Initiative will be hosting two national education summits in the Northeast Midwest (Cincinnati, OH), Deep South (Jackson, MS), and one regional event in Boston, MA. These events will include LGBTQ inclusive professional development, community engagement, social networking, and brave testimonies.

We welcome all LGBTQ and allied Corps Members, Alumni, staff as well as students, community members, and fellow educators.

Please complete this survey if interested in submitting a proposal for a workshop at one or more of our LGBTQ Education Summits. Acceptance of your proposal will be determined by a number of factors included by not limited to projected attendance or projected interest, impact, or originality amid other proposals. We will have workshops in 5 different program tracks: Direct Student Support (Youth Track), Family and Community (Community Based Orgs), Policy and Advocacy, School Culture and Climate, and Teacher Preparation. We look forward to having some amazing Professional Development and Dialogue at each of our summits.

Facilitator(s) Name(s)
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Which of the following best describes you
At which of our four LGBTQ Education Summits would you like to present? *
please check any or all that apply
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Which workshop track best describes the workshop, panel, or presentation you'd like to present? *
Workshop Track Descriptions are succinctly described below to assist in determining the track that best aligns with your proposal
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Optional question: If you have presented a workshop at a TFA LGBTQ Education Summit in the past, what was the workshop?
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What is the proposed Title of your workshop, presentation, or panel? Please list facilitators or panelists and offer no more than a 500 word description. *
Please adhere to the word count of 500 words.
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Are there special needs (e.g., tech support) you'll have for your workshop?
Because of budgetary constraints we may not be able to accommodate all tech requests. Workshops where low to no tech is needed are encouraged (e.g., panels, workshops, chart paper use, interactive workshops). In many or most cases we will have powerpoint capability.
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Please provide us with the best email address to reach a primary contact *
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Please provide us with the best phone number for a primary contact *
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