Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Accepting Applications: NextGen Speaker Contest

The Next Generation of Government Training Summit is slated for July, and they're looking to feature new voices as they engage in program planning and content development. Is this your time to shine? See below for your opportunity to get five minutes of fame in front of national emerging leaders in government!

JFK will forever be remembered for a lot of things...including a line that may have inspired you to be a government employee

"Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country"

Like JFK, you probably have something to share with your peers. Perhaps something inspirational? Something that happened in your career? Something insightful or helpful? Maybe your words will linger on and inspire your generation to think or act differently.

Now is your chance - your five minutes of fame! In 200 words or less, tell us what you'd like to share with your government peers on the big stage at NextGen this July. We'll narrow it down to 15 finalists and then it'll be up to your peers to vote. Find out more here.

Can't wait to hear what you've got!
Megan Price
GovLoop, Manager of Partnerships and Events

PS - Register today and get a SUPER early bird price. Be sure to use the promo code READER to obtain an additional $55.00 off your registration fee.

About The Next Generation of Government Training Summit:
NextGen is the leading training summit for emerging leaders in government. Last year, 600+ attendees from 50+ agencies recieved training mapped to the OPM ECQs on topics from managing up to design thinking.  Find out More Here.

Need more information on anything related to your career - ask us your questions anytime!

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