Call for Presenters - HYP Provider Conference
8th Annual Healthy Youth Partnership Provider Conference
Thank you for applying to present at the 8th Annual Healthy Youth Partnership Provider Conference!
The mission of HYP's Annual Provider Conference is to promote adolescent health, foster collaboration, and offer high-quality development opportunities among youth-serving professionals in Central Texas. This year's conference theme is: "Staying Strong: Resilient Youth, Sustainable Programs." The conference planning committee is currently accepting applications for 60-minute information sessions and 90-minute interactive workshops. We are looking for breakout sessions promoting best practices, innovative ideas, evidence-based programs, or other creative avenues to foster resilience in the youth we serve, and the sustainability of youth-serving programs or professionals.

If you have a workshop or information session you would like to present, but have limited conference presentation experience - no problem! Please submit your application and select the box below that states, "new presenter." Our conference planning committee is comprised of seasoned trainers/presenters and we would be happy to mentor you!

To apply to present at the 2018 conference, please complete and submit this application by March 25th.

What to Expect from the 2018 HYP Provider Conference
WHO: 100-150 youth-serving professionals from a variety of Central Texas organizations (i.e. nonprofits, schools, govt. agencies) and professional backgrounds (i.e. educators, social workers, attorneys) will join us for this day-long event.

WHAT: A day of dynamic dialogue and thought-provoking workshops about resilience and sustainability. 6 CEUs available.

WHEN: May 18, 2018, 9:00am-5:00pm

WHERE: Asian American Resource Center, 8401 Cameron Rd., Austin, TX 78754

Benefits to Presenting at HYP Provider Conference
Presenting at HYP offers you and/or your organization the opportunity to:

1. Share your expertise with an engaged audience of youth-serving professionals;
2. Receive evaluative feedback on your presentation from attendees;
3. Network and build partnerships with other local service providers; and
4. Market your offerings and programs to the broader community.

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