National Black Student Leadership Conference 2014
Thank you for your interest in the NBSLC 2014. Please complete the following registration forms. Please scan and email or mail forms by the printed deadlines to receive the early bird or special rates. Note: All student names do not need to be confirmed at this time. Once registration of total number of participants and payment is received we will follow up with you in December to confirm names of students. Please call or email us if you have any questions.
Conference Schedule Layout
|12n - 6pm||Conference Registration/Check-In|
|3pm||Sheraton Hotel Room Check-In|
|6pm||Advisors Meeting/Presenters Meeting|
|8pm||Conference Opening Ceremony|
|8am - 1pm||Registration (cont.)|
|9am||Opening Sessions | Featured Speaker Address|
|10am - 11:20am||Concurrent Sessions (A,B,C)|
|11:30am - 12:50p||Concurrent Sessions (D,E,F)|
|1p||Conference Luncheon Keynote Address|
|2:30pm - 5pm||Internship and Job Opportunities|
|2:30pm - 3:50pm||Concurrent Sessions (G,H,I)|
|4pm - 5pm||Special Interest Sessions/ Conference City Tour|
Saturday & Sunday
|8:30am||Plenary Session (Keynote)|
|9am - 10:20am||Concurrent Sessions (1,2,3)|
|10:30am - 11:50am||Concurrent Sessions (4,5,6)|
|12pm 1:45pm||Lunch Break|
|2pm - 3:20pm||Concurrent Sessions(7,8,9)|
|3:30pm - 4:30pm||Graduate Schools/Mini Sessions-Leadership Work Plan|
|7:30pm||Closing Banquet (Keynote)|
|10pm||The Finale! Dance|
Marriott Raleigh Crabtree Valley is located 15 minutes from Raleigh-Durham International Airport and across the street from the Crabtree Valley Mall in Raleigh, North Carolina. This hotel is near North Carolina State University and downtown Raleigh. To book hotel rooms please use the below link or call...
Call for Proposals
Proposals should relate to the conference theme: "Building a Legacy of Leadership". The proposal should address one or more factors related to student leadership on the college campus. The proposal should show evidence of a relationship to leadership theory, research in the discipline, and/or student development.
Types of Presentations:
Concurrent Sessions – 80 minutes. Concurrent sessions should provide participants with an opportunity to explore current issues and strategies for enhancing leadership, or to gain a new perspective on best practices related to leadership.
Mini-Sessions –45 minutes. Mini-sessions should address specific topics as related to conference theme, and serve as an opportunity to give participants applicable strategies in a more condensed method. Sessions addressing the following: Scholarship, Preparing for the Internship Experience, Etiquette, Religion, Civic Engagement, Career Preparation - (Grad/Med/Law School, Armed Forces, and Employment) are encouraged.
Proposals will be judged based on a 500-word maximum abstract. Please include a biographical sketch of no more than 100-words. Your contact information is also requested.
Proposals must be submitted by November 15, 2013. You may submit multiple proposals. We reserve the right to edit proposals to meet the space constraints or to combine sessions and individual submission on similar topics. The primary contact person will be the individual with whom we correspond. If there are co-presenters, it is the responsibility of the primary contact to inform all other presentation participants.
Email notifications will be sent to chosen workshop presenters by December 1, 2013
For questions, please contact Dr. Lathan E. Turner at: (919) 445-6816 or PO Box 40185, Raleigh, NC 27629. Email may be sent to Turnerle@Willead.com.
Options for sending the Presenters Proposal Form:
Scan and e-mail to email@example.com and/or mail to P.O. Box 40185 Raleigh NC 27629-0185
Thanks to all participants of the 2013 National Black Student Leadership conference in Raleigh, NC. You truly helped make this an incredible experience! Use the links below to review past conference photos.