CASC 2020 Northern California Conference: Presentation Application Due November 21st, at 11:59 pm.
This year's Northern California conference will take place on February 3, 2020 at the DoubleTree Hotel in San Jose, CA. This years theme is: Unlocking the Future 2020. Last year nearly sold-out with 600 attendees! We are very excited to announce renown author and lecturer Carolyn Stone, Ed.D.. Dr. Stone will be this year's luncheon keynote speaker. The opening session will feature Amir Whitaker, Policy Attorney for the American CIvil Liberty Union (ACLU).
The conference will also help kick off National School Counseling Week, and include the following strands: Mental Health in Schools, Reaching Higher for College and Career Readiness, Social Justice and Equity, Safe and Supportive Schools, Evidence Based and Best Practices, and School Counselor Preparation and Research.
To submit a proposal, please fill out the form below. The deadline to submit your presentation proposal is Thursday, November 21st, by 11:59 p.m. Only the primary presenter's name is needed to complete the application; additional presenters can be added at a later date. School counselors, counselor educators, and/or graduate students submitting a presentation proposal must be an active CASC member. If your presentation is selected you will be entitled to a substantial reduction in the conference fee.
Contact Linda Hudson, conference coordinator, with questions:
Name (as you would wish to see it in the program)
City, State, Zip Code
Primary Phone Number
Alternate Phone Number
Have you presented at CASC in the past?
Is the primary presenter a current member of the California Association of School Counselors?
Not currently, but planing on joining to be eligible to present at the CASC Conference.
Not applicable (not a school counselor, counselor educator, or graduate student).
Presentation Topic (please check ONE)
Mental Health in Schools
Reaching Higher for College and Career Readiness
Social Justice and Equity
Safe and Supportive Schools
Evidence Based and Best Practices
School Counselor Preparation and Research
Focus (Please check ONE)
College and Career
Intended Audience. Please check all that apply.
All Work Levels
Title of your presentation
Please capitalize the first letter of each word in the title except for prepositions of less than four letters and articles that do not begin the title. Titles may not exceed 20 words.
Program Book Description
A minimum three sentence description that details what the session will address and what attendees can expect to learn from attending. The description should include: 1) One clear sentence describing the goal of the session and its relation to school counseling, and 2) the information, techniques, theory, or research to be presented. Please indicate if any handouts/resources will be distributed. Remember to include the most important information about your presentation. 550 characters maximum, including spaces.
The program summary will be used for the reviewers to determine program selection. In the space below, please include the following: 1) learning outcomes; 2) rationale - why this information is important to the intended audience; 3) agenda and learning activities which will be incorporated into this session; 4) Audience engagement.
Additional Questions and Comments
Would you be interested in presenting at the Mental Health Symposium on May 15, 2020 in Central California
Possibly, please send more information
Would you be interested in presenting at other future conferences and/or professional development offerings in Central and/or Northern California?
Possibly, please send more information when available
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