Become a Profs and Pints Presenter
Profs and Pints is recruiting presenters for venues in the Chicago, Dallas, Nashville, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. metropolitan areas. If you are a current or former college instructor and a skilled public speaker, Profs and Pints can offer you great opportunities to reach new audiences and get paid well for your efforts.
Even if we can't book you in a venue right away, we'll keep you in mind as we plan ahead and expand.
For more information on how to become a Profs and Pints presenter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Potential Profs and Pints presenters are asked to propose lectures or workshops likely to appeal to the general public. Profs and Pints is open to any promising lecture or workshop idea, and especially welcomes those tied to current events, emerging trends, upcoming holidays and seasons, and upcoming anniversaries of historic events.
Below are some of the subjects that Profs and Pints is seeking presenters to tackle.
Possible Lecture Subjects
Archeology of the region
Architecture in the city
Art exhibits or installations at local museums
Art and artists of the region
Business trends and opportunities
Economic trends in the region
Environmental issues in the news.
The ecosystems of local parks, bodies of water, or backyards.
The region's birds, insects, mammals, trees, wildflowers, fungi,
reptiles, amphibians, or edible and medicinal plants
The region's geology and prehistory
Films based in the region
Films, directors, and actors with large followings
Historical figures and events receiving considerable attention
The region's historically important figures, events, and sites
Pending Supreme Court cases
New laws with big impacts
Understanding cannabis laws and regulation
Famous writers of the region
Caring for children or aging family members
Current medical debates
The latest research on healthy living
Upcoming dance or theater performances
Music and musicians associated with the region
Prominent local actors, dancers, or choreographers
Discussions of philosophy's big questions
Important thinkers rendered accessible
The Presidency and Current Administration
Recent political developments
Recent or upcoming elections
Popular culture, including television shows with large followings
New research and advances
Prominent figures and schools
Introductions to religions
Introductions to religious customs and practices
How religions approach life's big questions
Science and Technology
Science in the news
Scientific concepts made accessible
Developments transforming society
Sociological research on the region or
its chief social problems
Sociological issues in the news
Women's and Gender Studies
Arts and crafts
Business planning and management