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GACE Research ScholarshipGACE is offering two scholarships to our career service professional and employer members. Each scholarship will provide a maximum of $1500 to be used for academic research, a professional development program/event, research resources, certification, or work project.
We encourage our members to grow in their areas of expertise and wish to support that growth through this scholarship. For example, GACE members should apply for this scholarship to aid in their completion of research projects for graduate school, attendance to professional development conferences related to their area of expertise, or obtaining a certification relevant to the field of career services and recruiting.
The scholarships will be awarded in June 2017 and must be used by May 1, 2018.QUALIFICATIONS:
Please e-mail the GACE research scholarship application and requested materials as a PDF to:
Amanda Long, Kennesaw State University
Questions? Please call (470) 578-6555
APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY April 1, 2017!
GACE Research Scholarship Guidelines
Purpose of Program:
The purpose of the GACE Research Scholarship is to promote and support research/study projects, professional development program/event, research resources, certification, or tuition toward a related activity that will further the stated professional purposes of GACE and its members. This research should fall within the GACE mission and purpose which states: The mission of the Georgia Association of Colleges and Employers is to provide a link between employers and career services officials, provide professional development, promote professional and ethical standards, and foster relationships among employers and career services professionals. The purpose TO AID in the career selection and job search of students and alumni of post- secondary educational institutions within Georgia - TO CREATE and strengthen cooperative professional relationships between employers and schools - TO PROVIDE the exchange of information regarding career development and employment trends affecting students and alumni - TO INCREASE the availability and diversity of career and job search services to students and employers throughout the state by providing professional development opportunities - TO DEVELOP and strengthen student and alumni qualifications through the implementation and maintenance of quality experiential learning programs in cooperative education, internships and student employment - TO PROMOTE the highest ethical standards of individuals engaged in career development, job search services and recruitment.
Administration of Program:
The program will be administered by the GACE Board through the Research sub-committee.
Research/Project/Program Status Reports:
A progress report is due to the GACE Research sub-committee to track the progress of the research/project/program. The report due dates will be established when the project is awarded. Failure to provide these reports could result in a delay or loss of funding.
Distribution of Funds & Itemized Budget:
Funds for the research/project/program will be distributed at the time of the award and based on amount requested from the scholarship winner. Amount of up to $1500.
In your itemized budget describe and support each item.
The following a is list of suggested items to include:
Personnel (release time, percent of salary, clerical assistance, graduate assistants), project materials, program registration, postage, printing and duplication, travel, office supplies, telephone, computer time and/or programming, and other direct and indirect costs (amount and date) charged by your institution, if appropriate. The amount of the award is stated in the agreement letter and based on the budget submitted in the proposal.
Recipient must keep a detailed account of invoices, receipts, and other documentation for all project expenses, to be submitted with final research report.
Compliance with Federal Law and Guidelines:
If conducting academic research, the researcher agrees to follow all Federal law and research guidelines when completing this research.
Final Report and Presentation Expectations:
The project must be completed within the allotted time frame. The goal is that the recipient will present on their research/project/program at the annual GACE conference in of the year in which the project is completed. Upon completion, the recipient will submit a comprehensive final report including an abstract/brief description suitable for inclusion in the GACE newsletter. The recipient will also submit an annual conference program proposal on the Research project, following deadline set by the annual conference committee.
Timeline for 2016 Research Scholarship:
(dates will be amended based on project specifics before this agreement is sent for signature of recipient)