Career Courses

Purpose

ISA's Career Courses are an important element of the professional development programming that is offered at the Annual Convention. These courses provide registered participants an in-depth instruction on topics such as methodology, teaching strategies, software, and more. The format of Career Courses differs depending on the topic, the preferences of the Instructor(s), the teaching methodology used, and the goal(s) of the course. 

Participation

Participation in a Career Course is open, on a first-come, first-served basis, through online registration. Space is limited. Registration for Career Courses is offered as an add-on option to the Annual Convention general registration. Participants must register for the course online and pay a $25 non-refundable course fee.

Proposal Submissions

To propose a Career Course, click on the “Submit a Proposal” button below. ISA’s Professional Development Committee will review the proposals and select four to take place at the Annual Convention. The deadline for Career Course proposals is June 1st.

Questions?

Contact Kristy A. Belton, our Director of Professional Development, with questions about this program. 

Proposal Deadline: June 1st

Please note, ISA seeks to uphold high professional standards for all interactions in ISA-sponsored activities. As such, the ISA Code of Conduct applies to all individuals in the context of ISA activities. If you have any questions on this, please contact us.