Dear Proposal Applicant,
Thank you for your interest and time in submitting your proposal. The coming 2014 program comes off the heels of a very successful 2012 Symposium, which was a sold out event. For the 2014 Symposium, we are concentrating on the themes of Communication and The Interpersonal Relationship between all aspects of the team, from patient to doctor, nurse, social worker and chaplain.
We are looking forward to it being a rich 4 days within community and are seeking innovative workshop proposals that include discussion and experiential aspects with q/a and community participation. We view our presenters as the thought leaders in the field, and support your progressive ideas toward communication and intimacy as it relates to healing.
Listed below are the RFP instructions. If you have any questions, please contact Mary Remington at Mary@zencare.org or by calling her at 212.677.1087.
The Application Process:
We encourage you to submit your RFP early as we review proposals in the order we receive them.
How to Apply:
1. Use this page to both Download the RFP from the link below and to Upload your completed proposal.
2. In the proposal, answer all questions in paragraph or short essay form directly onto the application.
3. When completed, save your application with your name and with '.doc 'at the end. (Ex. MaryRemingtonRFP.doc)
4. Go back to www.zencare.org, to the Symposium's event page, and click on ‘Proposals.'
5. Click the Choose File button below to upload your RFP document, and you may also upload your Resume/s at this time. Note, please name your resume Ex. MaryRemingtonResume.doc (as you did with the application).
6. After all your documents are uploaded, click Continue.
7. You have successfully submitted your RFP when you see a page that says ‘Thank you for your information.’
Your RFP will be considered complete after your RFP & Reference Form are submitted successfully. All materials are due by APRIL 15, 2014.
After your complete RFP is reviewed, we will call or email you directly to discuss next steps.