About The Corps Network National Conference
The Corps Network National Conference is an annual gathering of national, state, and local leaders in youth development, community service, conservation, and climate resilience. Attendees include leadership and staff from conservation and youth development programs, representatives from federal agencies and philanthropic foundations, and staff from other private and nonprofit sectors. This year's event will be in-person in Washington, D.C.
Important Dates to Know
- Deadline to Submit Workshop Proposal: October 20, 2023
- Early Registration Opens: Fall 2023
- Standard Registration Opens: January 2024
- Event Dates: March 19-21, 2024
Submitting a Workshop Proposal
Quality workshops are an important element of our success; we thank you for your time and interest in presenting. This year we will prioritize workshops that include interactive elements. If you have questions about the workshop proposal form, please contact Bobby Tillett, at email@example.com.
I have an idea for a topic I'd like to see presented at the Conference.
Not looking to present at the Conference? We also welcome suggestions for topics that our attendees would like to see addressed at the event. If you have an idea, please complete this brief form.
- The Corps Network's 2024 National Conference will be an in-person event in Washington, DC. We cannot accommodate virtual workshops or remote presenters.
- Workshop sessions will be given a breakout room with space for 25 - 60 individuals.
- All rooms will be set in theater style seating with a head table, computer, projector, flip charts, markers, and presenter remote. Alternative room set-ups can be accommodated within reason. You can indicate your preferred room set-up as well as any additional equipment requests in the "facilitation needs" section.
How Workshop Proposals are Scored
- Ability to engage attendees through timely topics and/or interactive content.
- Ability to communicate expected takeaways for session participants that are applicable to a wider audience.
- Content is relevant to the issue areas of national service, conservation, youth development, workforce development, and/or equity, diversity and inclusion.
Save & Resume Feature
- This form has a save and resume feature should you want to save your progress and continue at a later date.
- To do so, check the box at the top of the form, create a password, and click "save".
- To resume a saved form, click the "resume a previously saved form" link and input your credentials.
- PLEASE NOTE: the form does not autosave, so you will need to click "save" each time you want to save your progress.
- If you forgot your password or email, contact Hannah Siroky at firstname.lastname@example.org for a password reset.