American Center Program Proposal
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Organization or Individual Name
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Program Title
Please indicate the title of your program or event that can be used for promotion through a variety of electronic and social media platforms.
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Program Facilitator's biography
Please provide all facilitators' brief biographies.
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Program Description
Tell us about the program you would like to implement at the American Center. Please include program goals, questions you plan to discuss, possible outcomes and practical results.
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Program Format
What format would you like to use for the program (i.e., presentation, conversation, debate, performance, discussion).
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Target Audience
Please define the audience for your program, the number of expected participants including both the implementers and the audience.
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Timing
Please indicate preferred starting date, day of the week and time, as well as your timing flexibility. The American Center is open to public Monday-Friday 12:00-18:00 with regular evening programs (till 20:30) and occasional Saturdays.
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Timing - Four session agenda
If the program consists of a series of events or reoccurring meetings/workshops/classes/lectures, please provide an illustrative schedule (i.e. two-hour discussion every other Thursday, 5-7pm, for 2 months). Please provide the topics and briefly describe each session. From our expericence workshops usually last around 1.5 hours.
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Room Request
Please indicate which room(s) are needed for your program.
Technology Request
Please indicate the technical support you need for your program or event. ** Please note that not all technology requests may be accommodated.
Room Setup Request
Please indicate the kind of room setup you need for your program or event.
E-mail address
Please provide your contact email address.
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