KYACAC 2015-16 Executive Board Candidate Application Form

Please complete this Call for Candidates form if you are interested in applying for an Executive Board position in KYACAC for 2015-16. Positions available for 2015-16 are president-elect, vice-treasurer, and secretary. A description of each position and their responsibilities can be found on the KYACAC website. The Nominating Committee's goal is to present the most qualified slate of nominees. Although the Nominating Committee presents a single slate for all positions, they will consider multiple applications through the nomination/application process. There are several factors that are considered when selecting the most suitable candidate for each position. These factors include but are not limited to: state where one resides and works, diversity, gender, underrepresented areas, KYACAC and NACAC experience, leadership and management experience, and other contributions to the profession.

In addition to this form please provide the Candidate Statement of Support form found at http://bit.ly/1bbFwhO.

Your electronic signature below indicates that:
• You are a current member of the Kentucky Associate for College Admission Counseling.
• Your institution/organization is in compliance with NACAC's Statement of Principles of Good Practice.
• You understand and are prepared to assume the responsibilities of board service for the position you am seeking.
• You have reviewed the requirements of the board position you seek to fill with your employer.
• The information you have provided about your background and experience is accurate to the best of your knowledge.


Applications should be submitted by April 17, 2015.

Thank you for your interest in a leadership position in KYACAC.

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