Call for Proposals
46th Annual ACCCA Conference
February 23-25, 2022
The 2022 Annual ACCCA Conference is the reunion we’ve all been waiting for to reconnect with our colleagues, our friends, our mentors, and our families. We are resilient and stronger because of the challenges we have all faced in the past 18 months. It’s time to reconnect and become ReUnited! All session proposals should be submitted online by October 22, 2021.
ACCCA is now accepting proposals for conference sessions in the following strands:
- “Restore” The personal health/wellness strand. Mental, physical, spiritual, or emotional health - there is a need for putting the focus on you now more than ever. These sessions will help make YOU the priority.
- “Reinvent” The campus culture strand. These sessions are focused on learning innovative and high impact practices. How did your college pivot and adapt to the ever-changing landscape? What have you learned about operating during a pandemic? Share new ways of operationalizing campus activities.
- “Respond” The seasoned administrators strand. You’ve seen it all and your contributions to the community college system are endless. The time is now to share your tricks of the trade in all things administration. Over the years you’ve learned proactive approaches to team building, responding to the needs of your college and your colleagues, and preparing for the next big change - all while bridging the generational gap and leading with compassion.
- “Relate” The newer administrators strand. As a new administrator you may still be working on finding your work-place groove. Sometimes figuring out where to start can be the hardest. Looking to land that promotion? Career advice and preparing for those long term goals are part of the process. These sessions can also help the new administrator learn to navigate the political landscape, build trust, network, build relationships and gain the confidence to step back on campus and rejoin the community you’ve missed!
- “Reenvision” The DEI strand. Diversity, equity and inclusion goes beyond anti-racist campus culture, beyond representation, and beyond your words. Your actions help remind us there are crucial conversations to be had to create positive representation for everyone. Learn to focus DEI resources, energy and capital with these sessions.