KYACAC Award Nomination Form
KYACAC annually recognizes an outstanding award winner in each of the following categories: high school guidance counselor, college admission professional, new college admissions or secondary counseling professional, and professional in a senior leadership role. Below is a description of the criteria for each award:

Carolyn Quire Service Award - Recognizes an outstanding high school guidance counselor for his/her demonstrated service and contributions to the profession of counseling students in transition.

James L. Grigsby Service Award - Recognizes an outstanding college admission professional for his/her demonstrated service and contributions to the profession of counseling students in transition.

Ray Stines Founder’s Award - Recognizes a member who has made a lasting and significant impact and contributed to the continued growth and sustainability of the organization.

Rising Star Award - Recognizes an outstanding new college admissions or secondary counseling professional (in the profession for less than five years) for his/her demonstrated service and contributions to the profession of counseling students in transition.

Supervisor Award - Recognizes a professional in a senior leadership role (high school principal, central office professional, Director of Admissions, Chief Enrollment Officer, etc.) who has demonstrated support for KYACAC through promoting awareness, encouraging participation and professional growth of its members, and by showing appreciation for the organization and its mission.

Lifetime Membership Award - Recognizes a member who has provided leadership, support, encouragement and much more through many years of service within KYACAC.

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Please provide a recommendation for the nominee that addresses the criteria for the award. (1) Outstanding contributions to the profession, (2) development of enhancement of a model guidance-counseling/admissions program that meets the varied needs of students in transition, (3) innovative and effective contributions fostering the advancement of the profession, (4) merited stature among guidance or admission counseling professionals, and (5) outstanding leadership in professional organizations and/or endeavors.
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