Call for Proposals

Call for Proposals Open

February 14 -  March 29


The heart of our National Conference lies in our conference sessions. We are on the hunt for compelling proposals that will captivate and engage our attendees. These proposals should offer valuable insights and practical solutions, spot emerging trends and innovative ideas, and amplify voices from the field. Conference sessions are the core of our event schedule. We are seeking proposals that engage attendees, provide insights and solutions, identify trends and innovations, and elevate voices from the field in a variety of tracks.

  • Accreditation and Program Quality - This track features sessions in support of high quality programs including the implementation of NACEP program quality standards and practices that support the pursuit of NACEP accreditation.
  • Advising - Sessions in this track focus on the way programs recruit, engage, orient, advise, and support students participating in dual and concurrent enrollment.
  • Career Pathways - This track elevates topics at the intersection of college and careers through the integration of dual and concurrent enrollment in Career & Technical Education (CTE), Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM), Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH), apprenticeships, and other work-based learning programs/activities.
  • Equity - Sessions in this track are focused on improving educational equity and access to and through dual and concurrent enrollment.
  • Policy and Advocacy - Sessions in this track elevate state, federal, system, and/or institutional policies to support quality dual and concurrent enrollment programs.
  • Program Operation and Innovation - This track explores the nuts and bolts of running a dual or concurrent enrollment program, including accreditation, staff development, best practices and areas for innovation.
  • Research, Data, and Program Evaluation - This track features discussions around new and emerging research, using data to drive decisions and discussion, and ways to use program evaluation for continuous improvement.
  • Spotlighting the Student Experience - New for 2024: Explore student-focused initiatives and innovative practices in dual and concurrent enrollment programs. Sessions in this track highlight program practices that are student-centric including ways to prioritize students in program design, implementation, and advocacy.
  • Presenters are responsible for all conference-related expenses, including registration, travel, lodging, and meals.
  • All session proposals must be submitted using the online submission form. The deadline to submit is Friday, March 29, 2024. Proposals in other formats will not be considered.
  • We will begin notifying applicants in June by email. 
  • Lead presenters are NACEP's primary contact for the session and are expected to coordinate communications with all other co-presenters. All contact between lead presenters and NACEP will be through email.

Cornerstone Partners

Keystone Partners