NCACES Call for General Awards
Deadline: 5:00 p.m. Central Time, Friday September 1, 2017
This is a call for nominations for the 2017-2018 NCACES General Awards, which will be presented at the business meeting at the ACES national conference, Chicago, Illinois at 5:30-6:30 p.m. on Friday October 6, 2017.
Please consider making a nomination and pass this call on to your colleagues.
Submissions of award applications will be through an online portal located here
This is a call for nominations for the 2016-2017 NCACES Awards, which will be presented at the NCACES 2016 Conference in October in Bloomington, Minnesota. Please consider making a nomination and pass this call on to your colleagues.
The General Membership of NCACES has approved the following list of nomination award categories:
(1) NCACES Outstanding Professional Service Award: To honor a professional who is an ally to the fields of counseling and counselor education for outstanding service to NCACES or to the cause of counselor education and supervision that is of regional and national importance to the profession. Awardees do not have to be ACES or NCACES members.
(2) NCACES Outstanding Professional Teaching Award: To honor excellence in teaching in a counseling, counselor education, or counseling supervision program in the North Central Region.
(3) NCACES Professional Leadership Award: To honor excellence in leadership of an officer, committee person, or other major contributor at the national, regional, or state level.
(4) NCACES Research Award: To honor significant research in the profession including the areas of counseling, counselor education, or counselor supervision.
(5) NCACES Outstanding Supervisor Award: To honor an individual in NCACES who has demonstrated outstanding work as a supervisor in a university, community/mental health counseling, or school setting.
(6) Deanna Hawes Outstanding Mentor Award: To honor an individual in NCACES who has been a significant mentor to graduate students, emerging professionals, educators, and/or supervisors in the manner demonstrated by Dr. Deanna Hawes over the course of her career in counselor education.
(7) NCACES Outstanding Diversity Award: To honor significant multicultural contributions to the profession of counseling, counselor education, or supervision.
(8) NCACES Innovative Counselor Education Program Award: To honor an outstanding, innovative, and/or unique counseling or counselor education program at an institution in the NCACES Region. (Note: Depending on the number and distribution of nominations, a Master’s programs and for a Doctoral program may be recognized.)
(9) NCACES Outstanding Graduate Student Award: To honor a graduate student in NCACES who has provided outstanding leadership or service to the profession at the state, regional, or national level that has promoted the profession.