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The Proposal Process - Step-by-Step
Most programs and events require a proposal submission. However, not all "Call for Programs" are alike. As you conceptualize your proposal, we encourage you to carefully review the submission guidelines, even if you've presented at a NAEP program or event recently.
Knowing what to expect will help make the submission process flow smoothly. Once you've reviewed the submission guidelines, your next step will be to submit an abstract to be considered for a presentation at an NAEP program or event.
Program Proposals are reviewed by the Program Committee. If your proposal is well thought out and pertinent to the subject matter of the conference, then your chances of being selected are great.
To ensure your success, the information below was designed to strengthen both your proposal and presentation if selected.
Preparing an Engaging Program Proposal Webinar
Are you interested in presenting at this year's annual meeting but unsure of what to submit or how?
Would you like some insider tips?
We have a pre-recorded webinar just for you! We have engaged members of the NAEP Program Committee to give you insight on how to take your proposal and presentation to the next level.
In this webinar recording, NAEP Program Committee members - Tamara Gash, MBA, CPPO, Strategic Procurement Manager, Oregon State University and Greg Macway, Director, Supply Chain Management, University of California – Berkeley & San Francisco take you step-by-step through the components of a conference proposal and how to prepare for submission to the NAEP annual conference. In addition to reviewing each section of a proposal and how to strengthen it, they explain the overall process, provide direction about how to manage the project, and show an example of a successful proposal title, description and measurable learning objectives.
NAEP encourages you to review the webinar prior to submitting your proposal.
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