North Carolina Career Development Association
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What is NCCDA?
The North Carolina Career Development association (NCCDA) is comprised of professionals engaged in the field of career counseling and development. NCCDA is organized and governed in accordance with the by-laws of the National Career Development Association. NCCDA is a division of the North Carolina Counseling Association.
If you are interested in volunteering with the association, please feel free to contact Ross Wade at email@example.com.
NCCDA 2013-2014 Officers:
President: Ross Wade, MS, NCC
Assistant Director of Career Services / Duke University – Pratt Professional Masters Programs
919 660 1050 / firstname.lastname@example.org
President-Elect and Conference Chair: Linda Pollock
Counselor, Undergrad. Career Services & Internship Programs / Bryan School of Business & Economics University of North Carolina at Greensboro
336-256-0223 / email@example.com
Past President: Sue Harbour
Sr. Assistant Director, University Career Services / University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
919-843-0843 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Richard Combs
Graduate Student – Career Counseling North Carolina Central University
336-480-1380 / email@example.com
Secretary: Shannon Morgan Keith, MA, NCC
Assistant Director, Liberal Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences University of North Carolina at Charlotte
704-687-0791 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Communications/Newsletter Chair: Nan Robinson, NCLPC, NCC, NCCC
Manager/Consultant Triad Training and Consulting
704-883-8288 c: 704-363-6977 / email@example.com
Communications/Website: Catherine Tuttle
Career Services Coordinator, Alumni Association North Carolina State University
919-515-0520 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Online NCCDA Board Nominations
Nominate officers online for the coming year. Download Officer Nomination Form.
Nominate a Colleague for a 2013 NCCDA Award – DEADLINE 9/13/2013!
The New Professional Award recognizes an individual in North Carolina who has made a significant contribution to career development and has been in the profession for 5 years or less. The recipient would be an individual who in their early years of practice has shown unusual skill and promise of outstanding future accomplishments and has demonstrated evidence of meritorious service to the career development profession and/or NCCDA. Ross Wade, Assistant Director of Career Services at Duke University, was presented with the New Professional Award at the 2012 conference at Elon University. Ross now serves as President of NCCDA. Among past recipients have been Samara Reynolds, Amy Takaoka Losordo, Rhonda Kosusko, Emily Strader and Angie Smith.
The Roy N. Anderson Award recognizes an individual in North Carolina who has made an outstanding contribution to career development, both in the state and at the regional or national levels over an extended period of time. This award, affectionately known as “The Roy”, is named for the founding professor of the North Carolina State University Counselor Education Program. Pam Brumbaugh, Director of Experiential Education at Elon University, was presented this award at the 2012 conference. Other recent recipients have been Steve Mullinix, Marie Sumerel, Sam Beck and Sarah Moore Brookshire.
For questions or further information about an award nomination please contact Ross Wade, Co-Chair of the Professional Recognition Committee at email@example.com . Nominations are due by September 13, 2013.