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The US Soccer Foundation Urban Soccer Symposium request for proposals

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Posted on 28, October 2015 17:53:46 in the category Sports Opportunities
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The US Soccer Foundation Urban Soccer Symposium request for proposals.

The U.S. Soccer Foundation is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Urban Soccer Symposium on 10-13 March 2016, at the Washington Marriott-Georgetown hotel.

We are seeking high quality workshop facilitators that will inspire attendees, generate innovative ideas, and provide practically applicable tools for non-profit organisations across the country. Throughout the four-day event, we run concurrent workshops that are 75 minutes in length. Please plan to present for no longer than one hour, and to facilitate a 15 minute discussion following your presentation. Our attendees consist of programme administrative staff and coaches with a wide range of experience and expertise. Reflect on your work, and consider presenting at the 10th annual Urban Soccer Symposium.

Please submit your proposal by 11:59 pm EST on 30 November 2015. Upon submission, you will receive a confirmation email indicating that your proposal has been received; if you do not receive a confirmation, please contact Shaina Ross at sross@ussoccerfoundation.org. You should anticipate notification of acceptance or rejection of your proposal by 18 December 2015. There is a limit of three proposal submissions per organisation. This application is open to all, not strictly urban soccer programmers.

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