Education Sessions coming your way!
One of the many opportunities that motivate you to attend conference each year is back!
These sessions allow you to explore a variety of topic and subjects related to your field and expertise.
They provide education opportunities that leave people encouraged and eager to get back to work!

Have you ever thought, "I could lead that session"?  Now you can!
YOU contain the knowledge and experience that can inspire your peers.
Share that knowledge with others through an Education Session.  
We are accepting Education Proposals through August 31st!

Are you have a hard time narrowing down your options?
Since you contain a vast amount of knowledge and experience, please check out the list of 
education sessions topics of interest. This list provides the topics our attendees are
interested in exploring.  Click here to view recommended topics.

 Anxious about getting in front of a crowd? Take a look at some of these presentation tips:

Are your creative juices flowing yet?  We hope so!
Want to bounce some of your ideas off of someone?
The 2016 IPRA Conference Education Session Committee is here to help!
Feel free to contact any of the committee member with any ideas or questions you have.

2016 IPRA Education Session Committee Members:

Bill Ream, Bloomington Parks & Recreation –

Mark Miller, Bloomington Parks & Recreation –

Nichole Haberlin, Noblesville Parks & Recreation –

Amber Mink, Fishers Parks & Recreation –

Lorna Steele, Fishers Parks & Recreation –

Austin Hochstetler, Eppley Institute –

Jeremy Hackerd, Eppley Institute –