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Meet the EACE Board members!

Thank you to everyone that voted in this year’s election. We are excited to welcome 5 new members to the board. We hope you are too. New board members always means something new for the organization as they bring their ideas, best-practices, and energy into their terms.

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Take us over the top! Former EACE Presidents Join Together for a Great Cause

President’s Challenge…Commitment To the Future

EACE Blog contribution by John Fracchia, Associate Director of Career Services, Ithaca College and 2012-13 EACE President

 

Small Group of EACE Past Presidents Credit: Helen Brown

Small Group of EACE Past Presidents
Credit: Helen Brown

There are experiences in our lives that sometimes pay rewards, in unexpected ways long after the initial experience has ended.  Such was the case, recently, when EACE Community Service Co-Chair Beverly Lorig approached several former EACE Presidents with the idea of the “President’s Challenge…Commitment To The Future.”  The idea of the challenge was to get all former EACE presidents to contribute to a campaign to raise $2,000 for the Boys and Girls Club of Western, PA.  The initiative builds upon an EACE tradition of supporting a charitable effort or organization in the community where the annual conference is held.  Past efforts have supported Veterans Employment in Portland, Maine, Habitat For Humanity in Atlantic City, and the Boys and Girls Club of Annapolis.

While the roots of the association go all the way back to 1926, EACE as an entity has existed since 1997 and there are 17 past-Presidents.  Unfortunately, Beverly only had Read more

Take us over the top! Former EACE Presidents Join Together for a Great Cause

President’s Challenge…Commitment To the Future

EACE Blog contribution by John Fracchia, Associate Director of Career Services, Ithaca College and 2012-13 EACE President

 

Small Group of EACE Past Presidents Credit: Helen Brown

Small Group of EACE Past Presidents
Credit: Helen Brown

There are experiences in our lives that sometimes pay rewards, in unexpected ways long after the initial experience has ended.  Such was the case, recently, when EACE Community Service Co-Chair Beverly Lorig approached several former EACE Presidents with the idea of the “President’s Challenge…Commitment To The Future.”  The idea of the challenge was to get all former EACE presidents to contribute to a campaign to raise $2,000 for the Boys and Girls Club of Western, PA.  The initiative builds upon an EACE tradition of supporting a charitable effort or organization in the community where the annual conference is held.  Past efforts have supported Veterans Employment in Portland, Maine, Habitat For Humanity in Atlantic City, and the Boys and Girls Club of Annapolis.

While the roots of the association go all the way back to 1926, EACE as an entity has existed since 1997 and there are 17 past-Presidents.  Unfortunately, Beverly only had Read more

Former EACE Presidents Join Together for a Great Cause

President’s Challenge…Commitment To the Future

EACE Blog contribution by John Fracchia, Associate Director of Career Services, Ithaca College and 2012-13 EACE President

 

Small Group of EACE Past Presidents Credit: Helen Brown

Small Group of EACE Past Presidents
Credit: Helen Brown

There are experiences in our lives that sometimes pay rewards, in unexpected ways long after the initial experience has ended.  Such was the case, recently, when EACE Community Service Co-Chair Beverly Lorig approached several former EACE Presidents with the idea of the “President’s Challenge…Commitment To The Future.”  The idea of the challenge was to get all former EACE presidents to contribute to a campaign to raise $2,000 for the Boys and Girls Club of Western, PA.  The initiative builds upon an EACE tradition of supporting a charitable effort or organization in the community where the annual conference is held.  Past efforts have supported Veterans Employment in Portland, Maine, Habitat For Humanity in Atlantic City, and the Boys and Girls Club of Annapolis.

While the roots of the association go all the way back to 1926, EACE as an entity has existed since 1997 and there are 17 past-Presidents.  Unfortunately, Beverly only had Read more

It’s time to vote!

EACEb LogoThe success of Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE) is a tribute to the commitment, energy and leadership skills of our membership. On behalf of the EACE Board of Directors, the 2014-2015 Nominating Committee Chair is pleased to present the ballot for the 2015 EACE Executive Board elections.

The EACE member elected in each category will join these current board members in 2015-2016:

  • Ayanna Wilcher, President (KPMG)
  • Scott Rappaport, Past President
    (University of Delaware)
  • Craig Single, Director, Employer Member Services (Wipfli LLP)
  • Shannon Conklin, Director, Technology and Information Management (Temple University)
  • Jen Rossi, Director, Professional Development
    (St. Joseph’s University)
  • Anne Scholl-Fielder, Director, Membership Recruitment & Retention (Stevenson University)

voting-quoteVoting for members of the board is your opportunity to shape the future of the association. This year you will select members to serve in five different positions.

President Elect

Noah Simon
Walter Tarver

Director, Finance

Kate Juhl
Patrick Young

Director, College Member Services

Carol Ruiz

Cary Weir-Lytle

Director, Leadership Development

Erica Ely

Tammy Samuels

Director, Public Relations & Communications

Angelique Kim

Megan Wolleben

To get a better sense of their interest in serving on the board, please review their personal statements and EACE involvement information by clicking on their name. To learn more about the position, please click on the position title.

For more information visit the 2015 election webpage.

QUESTIONS? Please contact, Jennifer Barr, 2014-2015 Nominating Committee  Chair.

Recognize Excellence!

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Nominations are open for the 2015 EACE Service and EACE Innovation and Leadership Awards. The awards are designed to recognize member service and involvement with EACE, honor innovation and contributions to our field and recognize leadership and share best practices.

Through your nomination you can highlight the outstanding work of your colleagues and industry partners; allowing them to gain the recognition they deserve from the entire EACE community.

Please review the list below and submit your nomination by March 31, 2015.

EACE Service Awards:

  • Tribute Award
  • Outstanding Member Award
  • Outstanding New Member Award

EACE Innovation and Leadership Awards:

  • Distinguished Leadership Award
  • Innovation in Assessment Award
  • Innovation in Program Development Award
  • Innovation in Diversity and Inclusion Award
Walter Tarver

Walter Tarver

 

Walter Tarver, Director, Career Center, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

To be selected as a recipient of the Tribute Award is special to me because it means that my peers acknowledge the work I have done in helping advance EACE and the career counseling profession.”

Recognize Excellence!

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Did you put in your nominations?

 

Nominations are open for the 2015 EACE Service and EACE Innovation and Leadership Awards. The awards are designed to recognize member service and involvement with EACE, honor innovation and contributions to our field and recognize leadership and share best practices.

Through your nomination you can highlight the outstanding work of your colleagues and industry partners; allowing them to gain the recognition they deserve from the entire EACE community.

Please review the list below and submit your nomination by March 31, 2015.

EACE Service Awards:

  • Tribute Award
  • Outstanding Member Award
  • Outstanding New Member Award

EACE Innovation and Leadership Awards:

  • Distinguished Leadership Award
  • Innovation in Assessment Award
  • Innovation in Program Development Award
  • Innovation in Diversity and Inclusion Award
Christine Falcone

Christine Falcone

 

Christine Falcone, Career Counselor at Saint Joseph’s University, shares her thoughts being selected as one of the 2014 Outstanding New Member award recipients:

 

 

It was an honor to receive the Outstanding New Member award from EACE last year.  I have always felt energized by my interactions with EACE members and by the professional development that they provide throughout the year.  My conversations with other members have always resulted in new ideas and an understanding of best practices. To be nominated and recognized by those peers felt very rewarding and was also really surprising! I am excited to continue my commitment to the organization and its’ goals this year and in years to come.

Recognize Excellence!

mcpherson-pd_nominations

Nominations are open for the 2015 EACE Service and EACE Innovation and Leadership Awards. The awards are designed to recognize member service and involvement with EACE, honor innovation and contributions to our field and recognize leadership and share best practices.

Through your nomination you can highlight the outstanding work of your colleagues and industry partners; allowing them to gain the recognition they deserve from the entire EACE community.

Please review the list below and submit your nomination by March 31, 2015.

EACE Service Awards:

  • Tribute Award
  • Outstanding Member Award
  • Outstanding New Member Award

EACE Innovation and Leadership Awards:

  • Distinguished Leadership Award
  • Innovation in Assessment Award
  • Innovation in Program Development Award
  • Innovation in Diversity and Inclusion Award
Walter Tarver

Walter Tarver

 

Walter Tarver, Director, Career Center, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

To be selected as a recipient of the Tribute Award is special to me because it means that my peers acknowledge the work I have done in helping advance EACE and the career counseling profession.”

Recognize Excellence!

mcpherson-pd_nominations

 

 

 

Nominations are open for the 2015 EACE Service and EACE Innovation and Leadership Awards. The awards are designed to recognize member service and involvement with EACE, honor innovation and contributions to our field and recognize leadership and share best practices.

Through your nomination you can highlight the outstanding work of your colleagues and industry partners; allowing them to gain the recognition they deserve from the entire EACE community.

Please review the list below and submit your nomination by March 31, 2015.

EACE Service Awards:

  • Tribute Award
  • Outstanding Member Award
  • Outstanding New Member Award

EACE Innovation and Leadership Awards:

  • Distinguished Leadership Award
  • Innovation in Assessment Award
  • Innovation in Program Development Award
  • Innovation in Diversity and Inclusion Award
Walter Tarver

Walter Tarver

 

Walter Tarver, Director, Career Center, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

To be selected as a recipient of the Tribute Award is special to me because it means that my peers acknowledge the work I have done in helping advance EACE and the career counseling profession.”

Recognize Excellence!

mcpherson-pd_nominations

 

 

 

Nominations are open for the 2015 EACE Service and EACE Innovation and Leadership Awards. The awards are designed to recognize member service and involvement with EACE, honor innovation and contributions to our field and recognize leadership and share best practices.

Through your nomination you can highlight the outstanding work of your colleagues and industry partners; allowing them to gain the recognition they deserve from the entire EACE community.

Please review the list below and submit your nomination by March 31, 2015.

EACE Service Awards:

  • Tribute Award
  • Outstanding Member Award
  • Outstanding New Member Award

EACE Innovation and Leadership Awards:

  • Distinguished Leadership Award
  • Innovation in Assessment Award
  • Innovation in Program Development Award
  • Innovation in Diversity and Inclusion Award
Walter Tarver

Walter Tarver

 

Walter Tarver, Director, Career Center, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

To be selected as a recipient of the Tribute Award is special to me because it means that my peers acknowledge the work I have done in helping advance EACE and the career counseling profession.”

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