Call For Presentations
SUBMISSION PROCESS IS CLOSED FOR NACCE2015
Culture eats strategy for breakfast. This year’s conference will promote the need for an entrepreneurial culture, best practices in sparking an entrepreneurial culture as well as how to apply the entrepreneurial method to common challenges faced by community colleges - new sources of revenue, retention and completion. Because cultivating an entrepreneurial culture is a process, not an activity, we will discuss ways to sustain the momentum of our work, both personally and institutionally. NACCE2015 will also continue to provide cutting-edge programming in teaching entrepreneurship on campus and in the community.
NACCE has a strong community of practice. We share best practices and epic fails so that we can learn from each other. In turn, all of us can create more entrepreneurial cultures and implement the entrepreneurial method when solving challenges. We come together at our annual conference to hear from industry experts and savvy practitioners to get new ideas and solutions to existing problems. We are asking presidents, administrators, faculty, center directors and innovative workforce directors to share their best practices in the following areas:
1. President’s Track –Mentor Your Senior Staff for Entrepreneurial Success
2. Be a Catalyst – Drive Culture Change & Apply the Entrepreneurial Method To Challenges
3. Co-Create an Entrepreneurial Culture in Your Larger Region
4. Best Practices in “Teaching” Entrepreneurship
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SUBMISSIONS ARE NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED
Applications are due April 27, 2015 at 11:59PM PST.
Please note that a presentations must include a community college. Multiple presenters are encouraged but not required. As a new conference feature, NACCE2015 will have roundtable discussions.