The 2019 Summit will take place March 4-6, 2019 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Washington, D.C. - Crystal City. This event will focus on key topics such as government relations for federal and state, accreditation, and succession planning. Our goal is to inform, educate, and provide guidance on best practices for school owners and administrators.
Do you have a success story you can share with your fellow AACS Members? Teach a session on what works best for you. Do you know other school leaders who are changing the industry? Host a Fish Bowl or Panel to discuss best practices.
We are looking for dynamic speakers to lead sessions in the following areas:
– How do you prepare for accreditation? Helpful resources and testimonials.
Operations and Succession Planning
– How do you prepare your school for sale? How do you know when to sell? How and when do you start succession planning?
– Are you a school owner who can share best practices about: admissions & marketing; student retention; technology; employee development & culture; placement?
In order to be considered as a speaker, we are requesting the following items be included as part of your proposal:
Outline 3-5 takeaways at the beginning of the session that can be implemented by your audience immediately.
Be able to provide a handout or digital version of your presentation or other notes/activities to participants.
Description of your presentation summarized in 250 words to be used in marketing materials.
High resolution color headshot photograph.
Bio of 250 word max.
Please note if selected as a speaker, AACS reserves the right to edit your bio, presentation title and description to fit our marketing style guide if it is longer than 250 words in length.
All proposals submitted will be reviewed by the AACS programming committee. Also note that you may be asked to adapt the format of presentation to include other presenters or panelists in order to design a workshop that will attract a wider audience.
Call Out for Proposals: November 8th – December 7th
Speaker Confirmations: Week of December 17th