Pennsylvania aSSOCIATion

of student

ASSISTANce PROFESSIONALS

become a presenter for our Next Annual conference


The Board of Directors is currently working hard to plan a fresh conference that is new, improved, and better than ever. 

PASAP is looking for intriguing and engaging speakers to present at our next conference. We want to bring new speakers, new topics, and fresh perspectives on the most important topics to our conference attendees.

If you have a topic that supports the SAP Mission & the professionals working in Student Assistance, fill out our Request for Proposal.


Planning to Present?

PASAP would like to thank you for your interest in providing a professional development presentation at our conference!

Request for Presenters

A Request for Proposal (RFP) must be completed in its entirety to satisfy Act 48 & PA Certification board requirements.

We advise that you have all information prepared prior to starting the RFP submission as the application system WILL NOT allow you to return to or submit an incomplete RFP. 

This information will also be used on our websites and other marketing materials. We appreciate your cooperation in completing this form.

Presentation Materials and Handouts
We strongly encourage ALL presenters to submit electronic copies of handouts, power points, and resources.

Submissions should be emailed to support@pasap.org as soon as possible so that your presentation handouts can be posted on the PASAP Conference App.

Request for Proposal




Completing the RFP

Contact Information - Have the complete contact information for the lead presenter and co-presenters (names, organizations, addresses, phone, email addresses, etc.)

Presentation Title and Description - You can enter or paste this information into the RFP.

Title - Please be brief/concise. PASAP reserves the right to modify to fit registration and promotional formats

Description - Will be used on the website and app for registration and promotional formats - 150 words maximum

Session Learning Objectives/Goals - Provide a minimum of three (maximum of five) clear, concise, measurable and behaviorally stated instructional learning objectives/goals for the participants in this session. Objectives/Goals must address what the participant would be able to do to increase student achievement and school success as a result of the session not what the instructor expected to do.

Verbs to avoid when writing objectives: to know, to understand, to appreciate, to enjoy, to grasp the significance of, to believe
Verbs to use when writing objectives: to write, to recite, to recognize, to identify, to differentiate, to solve, to construct, to list, to compare, to contrast, to state
(100 character limit for each objective)

For example:
Participants will identify strategies to effectively implement aftercare support in a school setting.
or
After attending the session and reviewing the materials provided, participants will recognize the symptoms of suicidal ideation.

Session Outline - Continuing education crediting requires an outline of the content to be provided during the session.

Session Content - Please describe how the content of the session will support students in becoming successful learners and/or how it will assist the participant in designing or implementing policies and procedures that support a positive, safe school climate.

Session Relevance - How does this session contribute to the advancement, extension and enhancement of the professional skills and knowledge of the practice of teaching, social work, school psychology, school counseling, school nursing, Student Assistance Program Team process or therapeutic intervention?

Presenter(s) Pics and Bios - All presenters are required to provide a brief one or two paragraph biography. The biography must include the trainer's credentials and areas of expertise as a way of demonstrating their qualifications to deliver the proposed offerings. A picture is also requested so that it may be included with your profile. Upload your picture or email your picture as an attachment to support@pasap.org. Your biography and picture will be used in conference promotional materials.

Do you have more questions? 
Email Support@PASAP.org

Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistant Professionals

P.O. Box 1254

State College, PA 16804

PASAP is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.

www.pasap.org

support@pasap.org

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