The Speaker Application for our 2019 speaking season closes December 15, 2018.
How to Become A Speaker
Attendees at our events come away encouraged, refreshed, and recharged in part because of the wonderful speakers we have at Teach Them Diligently Convention. We hear over and over that the sessions they attended were just what they needed—right when they needed it.
“This convention inspires, motivates, and prepares us to keep on in this battle! As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another (Proverbs 27:17). I definitely feel like I was sharpened this weekend!”
“My husband and I would not be who we are today (as a couple, as parents, or as a homeschool family) if it were not for Teach Them Diligently. The speakers and resources you have made available to us have encouraged and equipped us to do what God had called us to do.”
“Every year, the sessions hit me right where I am, and the Lord uses the speakers to convict me.”
Many speakers join us year after year—and at multiple locations—because they have discovered just how valuable it is to be in front of our audience. While sessions are not intended to be a sales pitch for a product, your expertise and the resource you provide for parents are invaluable and they will seek you out in the Exhibit Hall. There is no fee for being a speaker at TTD, but we do ask that speakers purchase a booth. Speakers who secure a booth are typically given at least one speaking session. Having a booth can unlock incredible growth potential as customers are able to make real connections and take home with them your products (and ultimately your brand). While pointing folks to an attractive website during your workshop is a good idea, nothing has proven more effective for our speakers than a call to meet up face-to-face on the Exhibit Hall floor immediately after a speaking session.
Teach Them Diligently Convention will be in 6 cities in 2020 including Nashville, TN; Rogers, AR; Waco, TX; Mobile, AL; Denver, CO; and Columbus, OH. Register now and let us know which ones you would like to be a part of.