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Welcome to the ANS Speakers Bureau

The Speakers Bureau is a public outreach effort that will have ANS communicators to serve as a corps of Society spokespeople to the general public.

Upon completion of the Speakers Bureau Workshop, please complete the Application and send your resume to the Communications Manager via e-mail. You will be notified within 2 weeks after submitting all necessary documents. Upon your acceptance, you will be sent an ANS Speakers Bureau pin to wear as you make presentation in your community on behalf of ANS.

June 14, 2016 Speakers Bureau Workshop – New Orleans, La.

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June 9, 2015 Workshop

Part 1 - icon What is the ANS Speakers Bureau?
Part 2 - icon Messaging for ANS

November 10, 2015 Workshop

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Presentation Tools

NewANS Branded Presentation on Radiation & Radioactivity-A Natural Part of Our World

New – ANS Power Point templates to customize your presentation using two formats.
- Top Gray Bar Template
- Blue Side Bar Template

ANS has tools you can use to present information on nuclear to various audiences. The "Top 10 Myths" handout and power point presentation templates are posted here to use as a guide. Additional resources will be posted and announced to the Speakers Bureau as they become available.

You can find additional resources on the site under For Teachers-Classroom Resources. Here you will see book marks, posters, fliers and brochures that you may download or order printed copies to hand out at your presentation. To order printed copies, please email Tracy Marc and allow 2-3 weeks for printing and delivery.

An Event Form is also provided here to send in to ANS after each presentation. This will help ANS in determining the need for tools and resources to provide in the future.

If you have any questions regarding the Speakers Bureau, please contact Tracy Marc, Communications Manager via e-mail or call 708-579-8224.

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