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The 30th Annual Futures conference – Call for Presenters

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Date(s) - 23/05/2018
All Day

Blue Mountain Resorts LP


The 30th Annual Futures conference will be held on Tuesday October 23rd to Thursday October 25th at the Blue Mountain Resort in beautiful Collingwood, ON. 3-days of Professional Development and Networking Building 400 + delegates 100 + organizations, agencies and funders.

Building upon the theme of Leading a New Narrative, we recognize as a sector that we have passed the point of planning for the future of work. WE are the leaders of youth workforce development and this conference will showcase the best approaches and opportunities to advance youth workforce development for all young people.

A variety of presentation formats are encouraged including:

  • solo presenters,
  • co-presenters,
  • panel discussions,
  • experiential learning labs


Sessions are 60 minutes in length, including introduction, presentation and Q&A. Please note that panel presentations are limited to three (3) speakers and must include a moderator and two (2) subject matter experts. Speakers can submit more than one proposal for consideration. Presenters are encouraged to collaborate with peers and members of other industries to share new concepts and practices that could lead to learnings and innovations in our sector.


Submissions will be evaluated for its relevance, educational significance and contribution to the respective subject, unique value to participants, presenter knowledge and experience, and actionable learning objectives. The selection process involves a review of every complete presentation submitted by the deadline. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. Please note, submission is not a guarantee of selection.

Submissions will be accepted until May 23rd, 2018.
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