Propose a Workshop for the 2019 Washington State Nonprofit Conference

Washington State Nonprofit Conference Workshop

Do you have a topic that you would like to share with Conference participants? Do you have hands-on experience with a challenge or opportunity that other nonprofit leaders could learn from? Do you have resources on these Conference values to bring to life through a workshop:

  • Stories from the field:  Learning from the lived experiences of nonprofit leaders across Washington State.  We are committed to hearing from practitioners and providing more opportunities for attendees to learn from each other and problem-solve together.
  • Increasing equity:  Building commitment to and action for equity within our organizations and our communities.
  • Staying current:  Opportunities to engage with current events and strategies for leading in uncertain times.

If so, we warmly welcome your proposal! Here is information and a few resources to help you meet our January 31, 2019 deadline.


Presenter packet

Download the 2019 “Request for Proposals for Workshop” presenter packet (PDF). It contains detailed information about the process.


Webinar: What to Know About Submitting a Proposal

Washington Nonprofits is hosting a webinar on January 10, 2019 at 10:00am (Pacific Time) for people interested in submitting workshop proposals. You will learn more about the process, what kind of proposals tend to do better with the selection committee, and how else you can get involved in the conference. The webinar will be recorded. Even if you are unable to join us on January 10, register for the webinar and receive the recording afterwards.

Register for Webinar


Workshop: Learn How to Deliver a Great Workshop

Washington Nonprofits has scheduled its annual “Train the Trainer” series for February 26 and March 26, 2019, in time for Conference presenters to join. Whether you are selected or not, we strongly encourage anyone with an interest in training to attend.

Register for “Train the Trainer”


Submit a Proposal

We are using Google Forms to collect proposals. The deadline is January 31, 2019.

Submit a Workshop Proposal