Workshop applications for LEAD Winter are closed.
The 2020–21 virtual LEAD Conferences offered two format options:
- Workshop: This 30-minute selection is most similar to the traditional in-person conference workshops. Workshop can be conducted either live or prerecorded.
- Meet the Pros: What makes you a “pro”? Is it a project you executed seamlessly? An organizational technique that makes your meetings run smoothly? Share your tips in this LIVE abbreviated format—15 minutes plus a five-minute Q&A session.
Please note: Students under the age of 13 may not submit their own presenter application. If you are under 13, please coordinate with your chapter or council adviser to submit the application on your behalf. By initiating a workshop submission, applicants indicate that they are at least 13 years of age and able to submit their own applications to the LEAD Conference.
LEAD Workshop Topic Options
Workshops selected for presentation at the LEAD Conferences must fall under one of the topics listed below. Presenters must identify which topic their workshop falls under. Beside each topic are several examples of possible workshop themes.
- College and Career Readiness
Personal Essays, Interviews, Admissions, Personal Branding
- Chapter/Council Operations
Organization, Constitutions/Bylaws, Team Building, Meeting Management, Officer Training
- School Climate & Culture
Recognition, Awards, School Events (i.e. spirit, dances, competitions, etc), Character, Ethics, Anti-Bullying, Global Citizenship
Service to the School or Community, Service Learning, Charitable Fundraising
- Student Voice
RSVP, Forums, Elections, Officer Training
If you are interested in presenting as a Keynote Speaker, please fill out the NASSP Student Conferences Speaker Interest Form. This form is a means of introducing yourself to us and providing us with your contact information, speaking references, and an overview of your presentation.