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Why and How to Make a Presentation Proposal

  • 07 Dec 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PST)
  • Virtual (Zoom)

Registration

  • Non-members may attend this workshop for free. To earn one Continuing Education contact hour granted through the National Career Development Association, please register as "Non-member, with CE Credit" and submit $10 payment. Or, become a WCDA member ($25) and get CE credits for free all year long!
  • Non-members may earn one Continuing Education contact hour, granted through the National Career Development Association, by attending this workshop with $10 payment. To attend this workshop for free without CE credit, please register as "Non-member". Or, become a WCDA member ($25) and get CE credits for free all year long!
  • WCDA members may earn one Continuing Education contact hour, granted through the National Career Development Association, by attending this workshop--for free!

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Ever considered sharing at a conference?

Have ideas or observations that might be of interest to others?

Been to a presentation and left thinking “I could do better than that!”?

It is probably much easier to make a proposal than you realize.

Learn how from an expert!


Join the WCDA in our statewide webinar. This event is free to all members and non-members! Continuing Education contact hours are granted through the National Career Development Association. Certificates of completion are free to members; non-members are invited to receive them for $10, or free with new membership ($25). There's no better time to join the WCDA! Email Chuck Zimchek for more information: victor.zimchek@cwu.edu .

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About our Presenter:

Deanna Knighton currently serves as the Assistant Director, Career Development at Duke University in the Nicholas School of the Environment and has done so since 2019. She is a member of NCDA and has been a member of the North Carolina CDA since 2014, with prior roles as President, President-Elect, Past-President, Membership Co-Chair, and Secretary. She has served on proposal review committees for three professional organization’s conferences for multiple years, including as this year’s NCDA Conference Program Chair. Her past work includes experience in a nonprofit, K-12, community colleges, partnering with workforce development, and internationally. She is a recipient of the NCDA President’s Award and earned her Master of Education in Higher Education Administration from North Carolina State University and both Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from the University of Florida. Deanna is a certified Global Career Development Facilitator.

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