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PRPS Call for Presentations

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The Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society and Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Educators Conference Committee is seeking proposals for educational sessions to be presented at the 2020 Joint Annual Conference & Expo. The Conference will be held Tuesday-Friday, March 17-20 at Seven Springs Mountain Resort, Champion, PA. To help us develop an exciting and motivating program for the Conference & Expo, we invite you to submit ideas for presentations in support of the Conference theme, “Live, Learn, Play.”  Feel free to forward this email and include in any outreach.

Deadline: August 31, 2019

Download the Call for Presentations at https://prps.org/ConferenceandExpo or submit online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/T72PXXS

Preferred Topics for Presentations

The Conference Committee is emphasizing sessions that fall within the following program paths with a focus on the conference theme: Live, Learn, Play 

  • Urban Recreation/Environmental Education
  •  Diversity/Inclusion/Accessibility
  •  Leadership/Professional Development
  • Park & Nature Play Resource/Facility Management
  • Organization/Personnel Management   
  • Partnerships:
    Public/Private
    EE/Parks & Recreation
  • Trails
  • Climate Change
  •  Board, Committee, Friend Volunteers    
    Early Childhood Environmental Education
  • Programs/Events/Camps:
      Recreation, Sports, Out-of-School Time, Arts, Crafts, Music, Pollinators, Birding, Wildlife Forensics, Urban EE, Storytelling, STEM, etc. 
  • Therapeutic Recreation
  • Certifications (EE, Pools, etc)
  • Aquatics
  • Environmental Literacy
  • Health & Wellness
  • Impact Assessment
  • Marketing & Communications
  • Other   

If you have any questions or need clarifications regarding your presentation proposal, contact PRPS Co-Chair, Karen Franck, 610-277-4646 or email  [email protected]

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