Session Proposal Application

Session Proposal Application

The 2019 MOACAC Conference Committee is now accepting session proposals!

If you have a desire to motivate others and share your experiences, provide your knowledge and enthusiasm then please take a minute to fill out the session proposal form before the deadline of February 4, 2019.  

Submit Your Session Propsoal

Want to present, but not sure of a topic? Some topics and presentation ideas could include, but are not limited to: effects of PPY; NCAA updates; recruitment and college counseling in uncertain campus climates; parents role in college search process; campus visits; ethics/legality issues or anything that may be helpful for high school or college admissions personnel.  Multiple session proposals can be submitted and you can present individually or on a panel with colleagues. A committee will review all session proposals and will be in touch after the proposal submission deadline.

HelpFul Tips:

Please provide the following details with your proposal:
Target Audience (high school counselors, community college/transfer counselors, college admission professionals AND beginning, intermediate, advanced experience level)

Proposed title* (limited to 100 characters)

Contact information for session organizer (full name, organization, address, telephone, e-mail address)

Contact information for a maximum of four (4) presenters (full name, organization, title and email)

Session description of the submission (describe the content to be delivered, as well as how your presentation will be new and unique from other sessions on this topic)

* MOACAC reserves the right to edit/modify these items for length and marketing purposes

**Biographies must include one sentence with current professional information and one sentence with educational background. For example:

“Joe Smith is the Director of Admission at Far State University (WA). He has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from State College (MD) and holds a Master’s in Education from Near State University (VA).”

Questions?

For questions or more information please contact one of the Conference Co-Chairs.

MOACAC Conference Co-Chairs

Nikki Hostnik
Conference Committee Co-Chair
St. Louis Priory School
St. Louis, MO
Phone: 314-434-3690 x144
Email: nhostnik@priory.org
Steve Held
Conference Committee Co-Chair
University of Nebraska – Lincoln
Lincoln, Nebraska
Phone: 618-578-8510
Email: steve.held@unl.edu