Student Leadership Conference - the Office of Professional Learning

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2015
Student Leadership Conference
Call for Proposals
Student Leadership Conference
“Igniting the Spark Focusing the Flame”
The Prince William County Student Leadership Conference is designed to inspire
students to continue seeking out and accepting leadership responsibilities as part of their
contribution to society, increase awareness of current and emerging leadership challenges
in a variety of settings, and develop a network of students in Prince William County
Schools with leadership potential to support collaboration among emerging leaders.
The conference attendees are students who hold nominated leadership positions in school
organizations and clubs, have leadership potential, achieve average to above average
grades, and are open to growth and learning. Conference will focus on effective
leadership traits adapted from “The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership”
by John Maxwell.
Effective Student Leadership Traits
1: Attitude Development – Effective Student Leaders conduct their lives with integrity and display
positive and enthusiastic attitudes at all times.
2: Communication Skills – Effective Student Leaders must take the responsibility of a
communicator seriously.
3: Positive Role Modeling – Effective Student Leaders must set a proper example at all times.
4: Personal Responsibility – Effective Student Leaders will take on whatever responsibility
needed to accomplish.
5: Understanding Self-Motivation – Effective
Student
Leaders
take
initiative.
6: Sensitivity in Working with Peers – Effective Student leaders understand that they must
“motivate and NOT dictate.”
7: Self Accountability – Effective Student Leaders understand that a primary quality to a
successful leader is hard work ethic and the ability for self-accountability.
8: Action Plans to Achieve Group Goals – Effective Student Leaders are aware of the group goals
and then take action plans to implement the necessary steps to ensure that the students in their
section are properly prepared.
9: Understanding Leadership – Effective Student Leaders will do what is right when no one is
watching and stays true the organization’s core values.
10: TEAMWORK – Effective student leaders understand that only “Together Everyone Achieves
More”
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Office of Professional Learning
PROPOSAL SUBMISSION FORM
General Information: Type all information. If more than one person is presenting a
session, each presenter must be listed on this form (attach additional page if necessary).
Each session will be 75-90 minutes in duration.
Session Title: Click here to enter
Room Organization (highlight one):
1) Open space
2) Tables-group work
3) Row-presentation seating
Abstract: In the box below please type an abstract of no more than 50 words to describe
your presentation. Your session description will appear in the online registration
information, and if selected, will appear once again with your name, title, and location on
the program.
Click here to enter text.
Trait(s) addressed by your proposal: Click here to enter text.
Name of Lead Presenter:
Name: Click here to enter text.
Position: Click here to enter text.
Location: Click here to enter text.
Work Address: Click here to enter text.
Work Telephone: Click here to enter text.
Daytime Contact Telephone: Click here to enter text.
E-mail: Click here to enter text
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Co-Presenters: (If students are co-presenters skip location & position)
Name: Click here to enter text.
Position: Click here to enter text.
Location: Click here to enter text.
Name: Click here to enter text.
Position: Click here to enter text.
Location: Click here to enter text.
Please consider doing more than one session. Place your initials next to each session
that you will be able to present for:
Session 1:
11-12:10 p.m. Click here to enter text.
Session II: 12:50-2:00 p.m. Click here to enter text.
Session III: 2:15-3:45 p.m. Click here to enter text.
Presenter Requirements:
 You can set up Monday, March 9 starting at 8 a.m. to prepare workshop room.
 Check in at Presenter table the day of event before going to workshop room.
 Provide own electronic/audio-visual equipment and workshop materials with
copies already prepared for 35 students for each session.
 Complete workshop information form (to be distributed at a later date).
 Lunch will be provided.
 Presenters will not be remunerated.
 Substitute costs are the responsibility of the schools.
Presenters will be sent the number of participants attending session(s) two weeks prior to
the conference. If you require any additional information, please do not hesitate to
contact me.
Please email this completed packet to:
Maria Burgos-Singleton
[email protected]
Proposals must be received no later than Friday, December 19, 2014.
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