How much do you know about EEO? Are you a subject matter expert in issues of equal employment opportunity (EEO) in the public and private sectors?
If so, you should consider applying to be a presenter at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) 18th annual EXCEL Training Conference this summer in Washington, DC. The date for EXCEL 2015 will be announced soon.
EXCEL stands for Examining Conflicts In Employment Laws.
This year’s EXCEL will be extra special because it coincides with the 50th anniversary of the EEOC, which opened its doors for business on July 2, 1965 — one year after passage of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII of which created the EEOC with a noble mission to prevent and eradicate employment discrimination.
EEOC recently issued a call for presenters. The agency is seeking EEO professionals and industry consultants; professional speakers and trainers; and industry suppliers who can expand the knowledge base of attendees by focusing on best practices or new trends.
EXCEL helps attendees gain knowledge, ideas, tools and know-how to help them excel in their jobs and bring added value to their organizations.
The Presenter Proposal Form should be completed and received by the EXCEL Agenda Committee ASAP for priority consideration. Click here “Presenter Proposal Form” for direct access to the online form. If you are unable to successfully complete the online form, this form is also available in Microsoft Word. Click here “Presenter Proposal Form.docx” to download the Microsoft Word version of the form.
For important information for potential presenters at the 2015 EXCEL Training Conference, click here “Presenter Proposal Information Sheet”.
If you have problems with either of the forms, please contact the EEOC Training Institute at [email protected] or by phone at (202) 663-7210, or (800) 828-1120 (TTY) using the Virginia Relay Service.
If you have any questions about the conference, please contact Shedonah Penn at [email protected]. For information regarding exhibiting at the conference, please contact Mary Tiernan at [email protected] or Bryan White at [email protected].
Show off your skills and expertise by presenting at the 18th annual EEOC EXCEL training conference. Help foster best EEO practices and expand equal opportunity in workplaces nationwide.
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Sounds interesting. If you don’t post about EXCEL again, please at least message me with dates when they come out…assuming you will be in the know. Thanks for sharing.
Hi Paul. Thanks so much for your important question. Yes, I will certainly notify you when the dates for EXCEL 2015 are announced. In fact, I’ll probably write a blog on it once more info is available. Thanks for your interest!