Call for Proposals: Dreamcatcher Aboriginal Youth Conference
Applications are now being accepted for the 2012 conference.
Presenters will be accepted based on the merit of their knowledge, wisdom and experience working with youth, especially with youth within the Aboriginal community. Educational and/or cultural accomplishments will be taken into consideration when selecting session facilitators.
The success of the Dreamcatcher conference is dependent upon highly interactive learning sessions designed to meet the needs of our youth participants.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
Staying in School
Healthy Food Choices
Planning for Post Secondary
Life at Post Secondary Sport
Surfing the Web
Career Successes - all Fields
Learning to be Assertive
Eating for Health
Crafts - Cultural and other
Eating for Fitness Arts
Music, Theatre, Dance
IMPORTANT NOTE: Submission of a presenter application does not guarantee acceptance of your session. A confirmation of acceptance will be forwarded once the session has been approved. The main presenter will receive a standard remuneration as set by the conference organizer. Travel, accommodations and meals - other than those provided at the conference - will be the responsibility of the presenter/s.
Questions can be referred to:
Carolynn Kane, Conference Organizer
Faculty of Health and Community Studies