Call for proposals

The National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) is asking experts in entrepreneurship to submit proposals for presentations to be presented at the organization’s 9th Annual Conference in Portland, OR, to be held October 9-12. NACCE is looking for engaging presenters and content that successfully ties into the theme: The Impact of Entrepreneurship.

Proposals for dynamic, compelling, and interactive sessions are sought with content for the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. “We’re looking for presentations that describe how entrepreneurship impacts education, just as much as how education impacts entrepreneurship,” said NACCE Executive Director Heather Van Sickle.

Those wishing to submit proposals, get more details on the conference theme and content and understand how their proposals might fit into the conference tracks can learn more at: Call for Papers.  All submissions must be made online and completed by midnight Eastern Standard Time on Tuesday, April 19, 2011.

This year’s conference tracks will focus content within four key areas:

Entrepreneurship Education: How do we educate entrepreneurs? What are the innovative approaches community colleges are taking? How are programs structured? How are they funded? How are they marketed? What is the nature of the content/curriculum? How are we demonstrating results?

The Entrepreneurial Community College: How are community college presidents and leadership (trustees, senior administrators) creating an entrepreneurial culture at their college? How are community colleges presidents and leadership demonstrating and encouraging entrepreneurial thinking in serving their local communities?

Community Partnership: How do we leverage the community college as an anchor of the community-based entrepreneurship movement? What strategies are community colleges employing to be a strong partner in growth with entrepreneurs, the businesses they’re creating and political and civic organizations? How are events, activities, relationships and deals structured?

The Impact of Entrepreneurship: How do we measure, understand and improve the impact entrepreneurship has in our communities? Are jobs being created? Are useful products, services, and technologies emerging? What is the impact on local economies? What are community colleges doing to make the connection between entrepreneurship and their community’s viability tangible?


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