Feb 24 2023

EdFunders Conference Session Proposal Q+A

Grantmakers for Education

Virtual

February 24, 12:00 pm ET

Resources:

Conference RFP Q+A Presentation Slides

RFP Question Worksheet (download)

2023 Annual Conference Proposal Submission Guide

Are you interested in submitting a proposal to present a session at our annual conference in October? We're looking for sessions that will help funders learn from your work and address today's most important challenges and advances in education and grantmaking. Join Grantmakers for Education's Chief Program Officer, Ulcca Joshi Hansen, to learn about topics like:

*How to submit a session proposal.

*This year's theme and session format options.

*What makes a proposal successful.

*The selection process.

We'll have plenty of time to answer your questions. We recommend reviewing the session proposal guide and form in advance (available February 21). Whether you're an experienced EdFunders presenter, brand new to the process, or unsure whether to submit, this session is highly recommended. Note that you must be a member of Grantmakers for Education to submit a session proposal.

The Grantmakers for Education annual conference will be held October 10-12 in Atlanta, Georgia. Learn more here.

While others are welcome to attend, this event is intended for Grantmakers for Education members and their partner organizations. 

There is no cost to attend this program. A recording of this session will be available on the session proposal form.

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