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Presentation Proposals

The National Summit for Dual Credit Programs (NSDCP) is seeking proposals for the 2022 conference. NSDCP is looking for conference proposals that go beyond a lecture style format.

Submit a conference proposal to share your success stories, ideas, tips and tricks with your fellow dual credit colleagues.

Submissions Closed

Conference tracks are as follows:

Dual Credit for Beginners Track

Presentations for this track should be geared towards beginners and how they can start a dual enrollment program within their organization and/or how they can start collaborating with external key stakeholders/community members/industry partners. Share your stories/experiences on lessons learned, the nuts and bolts of developing a dual credit program, and tips and tricks on how an organization can get started.

Program Innovation Track

Presentations for this track should be geared towards program innovations, student success innovations, technology innovations, etc. Share your stories/experiences on how your organization introduced new and innovative ideas and methods that assisted your dual credit program to reach new levels.

Policy and Funding Track

Presentations for this track should be geared towards internal/external policies and funding. Share your stories/experiences on how your organization conquered state or national legislative policies, organizational policies, and overall funding to support your program.

Data, Measurement, and Research Track

Presentations for this track should be geared towards data, measurement, and research. Share your stories/experiences on how your organization uses data and research to make decisions and provide direction to your dual credit program.

Student Pathways Track

Presentations for this track should be geared towards student pathways. Share your stories/experiences on how your dual credit program provides clear pathways, from high school to a college credential and beyond.

Partnerships and Collaborations Track

Presentations for this track should be geared towards partnership and relationships. Share your stories/experiences on how collaboration with external key stakeholders/community members/industry partners have provided your dual credit program a strong foundation for student success.