ACS offers online education for ACS members at no cost throughout the year in the form of educational webinars courtesy of the ACE Foundation.
Do you have broad experience as a presenter (working with and speaking to diverse audiences)? Is your content fresh and highly relevant to cheese industry professionals or enthusiasts? Would your audiences describe you as a dynamic presenter?
If you answered “yes” to all of these questions, then you meet ACS’s qualifications for a speaking position—and we encourage you to submit a proposal! Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis. Learn more about webinar guidelines and expectations, and submit your proposal.
THE EVALUATION PROCESS
Webinar proposals are evaluated based on the following criteria:
- overall quality
- relevance to the industry
- well-defined focus within the content areas
- practical application of material
- timeliness of the topic
- speaker qualifications
To be considered as a speaker, your program must be educational in nature—sales presentations will not be accepted. In addition, your material should be original: otherwise, sources must be referenced.
Programs should last 45 minutes, which includes a brief period for Q&A after the 45 minute presentation. Webinars are broadcast live and recorded using Go-To- Webinar. Webinar recordings are made available after the presentation to ACS Members. Review the ACS Series here.
Presentations are submitted with the understanding that these are volunteer presenter roles.