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2021 RHY National Grantee Training Call for Presenters 

This November, the 2021 Runaway & Homeless Youth National Grantee Training will be held virtually allowing flexibility and accessibility for both attendees and presenters alike! The virtual event will take place November 16-18, 2021 between 12 - 6 pm ET. The Runaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center (RHYTTAC) welcomes proposals from enthusiastic and creative presenters with values aligned with the goals and objectives of the event.

Please complete all information and send any questions you may have to 
info@rhyttac.net.

Application and materials must be received by 11:59 p.m. ET Monday, August 16th, 2021.
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For example: Diamond is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a Bachelors of Art in Anthropology. She worked as a Street Outreach Worker in her hometown of Key West, Florida. With expertise in human trafficking, suicidality, trauma-informed care, and related areas, her aims are to support youth who are diligently working to understand the messiness of life. As a Youth Catalyst Team Consultant Diamond works to expand her knowledge, and continue promoting youth as catalysts of change.
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For example: Diamond is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a Bachelors of Art in Anthropology. She worked as a Street Outreach Worker in her hometown of Key West, Florida. With expertise in human trafficking, suicidality, trauma-informed care, and related areas, her aims are to support youth who are diligently working to understand the messiness of life. As a Youth Catalyst Team Consultant Diamond works to expand her knowledge, and continue promoting youth as catalysts of change.
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Presenter Criteria / Agreement
Selected presenters for the 2021 RHY National Grantee Training must agree to:     

1). Provide documentation of expertise and educational credentials demonstrating their capacity and knowledge about the workshop topic, as requested.

2). Ensure approval from their agency/organization to present the proposed content during the 2021 RHY National Grantee Training (if applicable).

3). Submit content, presentations and supporting materials for review and approval by FYSB to ensure content is appropriate and aligned with the event’s objectives by the established deadline.

4). Submit final 508-compliant PowerPoint and materials within three weeks of notification of acceptance for review and approval.

5). Review the on-demand “Presenter Training Webinar” which will be available in Fall 2021.

6). Deliver a 75-minute workshop presentation (this includes content and questions), a plenary session or 10-minute TEDx style talk during the 2021 RHY National Grantee Training. The presentation must be consistent with the summary and outline submitted as well as address all stated objectives.

7). Be named/featured on the RHYTTAC website(s) and/or the national training program.

8). Sign a still/motion release form for the presenter and any co-presenter(s). This will permit RHYTTAC to take photos/moving images of the presenter in digital and print forms and display them on the RHYTTAC and FYSB websites for promotional purposes.

9). Agree that any content, resources, or curricula presented in the workshops must be accessible to all attendees for no additional cost. Language or content designed to encourage grantees to purchase additional access to consultations or products is prohibited.

10). Respond to any follow-up information requests within 72 hours and be communicative regarding any changes in availability.

11). Allow your presentation to be made publicly available via the RHYTTAC eLearning site and RHYTTAC website.