Teachers are expected to teach two classes throughout the weekend (although there may be some exceptions). Although we do not pay teachers, we do offer full entrance to the gathering, food, accommodations, a space in our vendors area, promotion through our network for your school/work and the opportunity to be a part of an amazing gathering and connect with new friends, students, customers and clients.
Workshops are held either indoors in one of the seminar rooms or in an outdoor covered pavilion. There is also space for plant/tree walks onsite as well. We will have a couple projectors available for powerpoint style presentations. Please indicate below what resources you might need for your workshop.
We appreciate all applications and will make our selections with consideration of offering a wide variety of classes, workshop topics, and diversity of instructors. If your workshop proposal is not accepted it is not a reflection of the quality of your offering and please do not take it personally. It is simply that we cannot accept everyone who applies and some hard decisions need to be made. As the gathering grows, we receive more and more applications and only have so much room.
Our goal is to streamline coordination with workshop presenters this year (through this form) so we can have a draft schedule on the website by the end of March. We know that having a workshop schedule posted early will inspire students to sign up early and make for easier organizing. DEADLINE FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS IS FEBRUARY 28th, 2019
You will be prompted to fill in information for three proposed workshops. You will only be asked to teach two classes for the gathering. You may skip the third proposal page if you wish.
Again, we thank you for applying to teach at this years event.
Please contact Alexis Burnett if you have any questions or concerns: email@example.com