1. Introduction

Thank you for your interest in submitting a proposal for a workshop session at the NJHSA/NAJC PowerNet 2022: Realizing Global Impact through Collaboration to be held May 15-17 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. With this conference, we look forward to engaging the participation of a wide range of Network stakeholders including NJHSA agency professionals and lay leadership, spiritual care specialists and chaplains in NAJC, partner organizations, funders, and the corporate community. We hope this conference helps to chart a direction for each attendee and helps the Jewish human service sector to continue its efforts to thrive in our ever changing world.
This year, we invite you to share your successes and your challenges, your thought processes, and your experiences during these changing times. Our goal is for everyone to leave this conference with important takeaways, a renewed commitment to our Network colleagues, and exceptional strategies to strengthen your work and your communities.

The deadline for submission is Thursday, December 2, 2021. Please contact Lisa-Loraine Smith, NJHSA Chief Program Officer, at 201-693-5130 or email llsmith@networkjhsa.org with any questions. We will let you know if your proposal has been accepted by Thursday, January 20, 2022.  If accepted, presentations, along with related materials (power points, videos, and additional resources you will to share for your session) will be due Thursday, March 10, 2022.

Please note the following:
--All session presentations will be 75-minutes including the introduction by the session Chair and the Q&A. Our sessions will be in person so please consider how you will engage your audience – through break out discussions, interactive group discussions, PowerPoints, panel discussions, polling the audience, for example.
--While there are a limited number of presentation slots available, all sessions that are submitted will be considered for presentation as Network virtual offerings throughout the year.
--Workshop presenters may include professionals and/or lay leadership from NJHSA/NAJC and partner agencies, as well as outside speakers who would add value to the presentation.  
--non-members are also invited to submit session proposals with the understanding that priority is given to sessions presented by NJHSA member agencies.
--Proposals from one agency may be combined with proposals from another one or more agencies should the overall concept or theme for the proposed sessions be comparable.
--Proposals will be selected to reflect the depth and breadth, scope and diversity of NJHSA agencies, services provided, and populations served.
--Incomplete submissions will not be considered for review by the Conference Committee.  

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