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Be A Speaker At The Summer Convention

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Astronaut Susan Helms speaking at the 2014 Summer Convention.

If you have ever wanted to present your knowledge and expertise on a hot topic for the commercial construction industry, now is your chance! The 2015 AGC Summer Convention, scheduled for August 6–7 at the Salishan Spa and Golf Resort in Glendeden Beach, Oregon, is calling for proposals for educational sessions. Proposals are due by close of business on Monday, February 16.

Breakout session
Are you an expert in your field? Be a speaker at the Summer Convention.

A limited number of educational breakout sessions will be offered at the convention. Being a speaker at the convention is a great opportunity for you to get yourself and your company in front of the membership, and be known as an expert in your field. The breakout sessions at the convention are for educational purposes only and may not be a sales pitch. For a complete breakdown of all the presentation criteria, check out the Call for Presentations.

The theme for the convention this year is Betting on the Future. Possible topics could be: technology, leadership, mentoring, building a strong team, communication, best business practices, new employment laws, regulations, etc.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information about speaking at the convention and sponsorships, please contact Christina Devlin, 503-685-8316.

Remember to submit your proposal in the format outlined in the Call for Presentations and submit no later than February 16.

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