march 15, 2011
tuesday, march 15, 2011
8am to 2:30pmstony brook university student activities center
call for presentations
Who will be there?
The Conference is intended for anyone committed to creating a safer and more equal Long Island for theGLBT community. Attendees include high school and university students, K-12 and university educators andadministrators, human services providers, health care professionals, and all community members seeking
to learn more about the needs of Long Island’s GLBT community. Workshop proposals can target a specic
audience (e.g. social workers or students) or can be designed for a broader audience.
What should I present?
Attendees of The Long Island GLBT Conference come from a variety of backgrounds, from student leadersto seasoned Health and Human Services professionals. The Network is seeking innovative and engagingpresentations that will result in a wide range of learning opportunities for conference attendees to choose
from. Your proposal should t into one or more of the following interest areas:•
Safe Schools and Anti-Bullying
GLBT People and Aging
GLBT People of Color
Equality and Social JusticeProposals that are youth and/or peer lead are also encouraged.
How do I submit a proposal?
Complete the reverse side of this form and submit your proposal via fax or postal mail or visit
to submit your proposal online.
The 16th Annual Long Island GLBT Conference provides a unique opportunity for students, professionals and community members of all ages to discuss the needs of the GLBT community, learn how to become better advocates, and create positive change. The conference is presented by The Long Island GLBT Services Network,
an association of ve non-prot organizations working to eradicate homophobia and transphobia, provide a home
and a safe space for the GLBT Community on Long Island, and advocate for equality.To learn more about The Network, visit
Presentations must be one hour in duration.
The deadline for presentation proposals is Friday, February 18th, 2011.If you have any questions, please contact Wes Nemenz at 631.665.2300 or email@example.com