TSA Spring STEAM Symposium (S3) - Call for Presentations
The Colorado Technology Student Association is pleased to invite submissions for presentations for the COTSA Spring STEAM Symposium (S3).

PRESENTATIONS

Presentations can take the form of panels, hands-on demonstrations, open discussions, or expert lecture. All presentations should support-STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) education in the following strands:

Career/Professional Development:

Presentations in this strand should focus on development of career skills students need to have to be successful in the world of work. Topics included in this strand could include, but are not limited to, "Building a Better Resume," "Dressing for Success," "Getting the Interview," "Got the interview, now what?"

Photography/Film/Audio/Video Production:

Presentations in this strand should focus on technical or career skills and may include hands-on demonstrations. Topics in this strand may include, but are not limited to: "Wildlife Photography," "LIghting for Portraits," "Audio in Film," "Video with DSLR," "College Programs in Film/Video/Photography."

Computer Science / IT:

Presentations in this strand should focus on technical or career skills and may include hands-on demonstrations. Topics for presentations may include, but are not limited to: "So you want to be an app developer?" "College programs in computer science," "Career options for computer science majors," "Your Future in Cybersecurity."

Art/Music:

Presentations in this strand should focus on technical or career skills and may include hands-on demonstrations. Topics for presentations may include, but are not limited to: "How your love for art can lead to a well-paying career," "College programs that lead to art careers," "The Future of Comics," "So, you want a job as a musician?" "How to market yourself as a musical professional."

All submissions must be received by December 1, 2018. Acceptances will be announced on January 1, 2019.

All presenters must complete the following form. Incomplete forms will not be considered.

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