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Submit a Proposal to Present at  #APSE2024

This year's conference theme is Navigating Tomorrow Together!

In addition to connecting to the conference theme, each session must promote competitive, integrated employment. This year we are particularly interested in hearing about programs and strategies to reach underserved populations and/or that incorporate equity, diversity and inclusion principles.

Presenters are encouraged to feature advocates and stories of real-life people affected by the covered topic. Researchers can consider the track within which their research best fits. The APSE Universal Competencies are a great resource for building your session and can be found at this link: https://apse.org/APSE-Universal-Competencies 

Tracks:

  • Effective Practices in Employment Engagement and Community Partnerships
  • Advancing Employment First Through Policy and Research
  • Charting a Course: Funding and Managing Employment Services
  • Innovative Job Coaching Strategies
  • Navigating Job Development and Career Pathways
  • Advancing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
  • Supporting Underserved Populations
  • Emerging Leaders Advancing Employment First

Submit to present a 60-minute breakout session, a 60-minute Power of 5 session, or a 3-hour pre-conference workshop!

Submit a Proposal Today!

All submissions must be received online by 11:59pm EST on February 16, 2024. Extensions will not be granted.

For planning purposes, you may download a copy of the proposal submission form HERE.

Important Dates

Speaker Info Sessions:
(Q&A on the proposal application, recommended but not required)

 

January 18, 2024 and

January 31, 2024

Application Closes:

Presenter Notification:

Presenter Commitment Deadline:

Full Conference Schedule Announced:

February 16, 2024

March 13, 2024

March 22, 2024*

April 5, 2024

*All presenters are required to register to secure a spot on the conference schedule.

Call for Peer-Reviewers

APSE is currently seeking peer-reviewers for this year's conference proposals. Interested? Contact Erica Belois-Pacer, Director of Professional Development and Training at erica@apse.org.