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Minutes in a Sec – November 2019

  • January 31, 2020

The “Minutes in a Sec” memo, a compilation of motions passed and highlights from our recent Executive Board meetings, was presented this past spring in an effort to keep our membership more informed. The IACAC Secretary and Media Communications team…

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Minutes in a Sec – September 2019

  • January 31, 2020

The “Minutes in a Sec” memo, a compilation of motions passed and highlights from our recent Executive Board meetings, was presented this past spring in an effort to keep our membership more informed. The IACAC Secretary and Media Communications team…

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Absolutely Worth the Work

  • December 13, 2019

Patrick Walsh IACAC Past-President Illinois State University It’s hard to believe how quickly the last three years have flown by. November 2016 is a month that I will never forget for many reasons, some good, some not so much. Looking…

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Movers And Shakers In The Admission Community

Career Transitions: Part Two

  • December 1, 2019

This is part two of a series on career transitions; read part one here. In part one of our career transitions series we heard from fellow IACAC professionals who decided to make a change with their career but this time…

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A Look Inside the CPS Strike

  • December 1, 2019

Lindsay Muzzy, LCPC Holden Elementary Union strong is what we were, as CPS employees, over the course of eleven days. And while the strike was incredibly stressful and anxiety producing, it also gave me the unique chance to interact and…

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Wellness Initiatives at Conference

  • December 1, 2019

Conference Planning Committee It may only be November and you may still be recovering from the stress that comes with the start of a new school year and the Early Action/Decision deadlines---but the conference planning committee wanted to share with…

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Mentorship Match Of The Year 2019

Thankful for Mentorship

  • December 1, 2019

Kate McKay University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Mentorship has always been an important part of my life. I participated in various mentee and mentor roles throughout high school and college, so when I graduated and got my first post-grad job in college…

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Member Spotlight: November 2019

  • December 1, 2019

This month's Member Spotlight features Annette Braden, School Counselor at Norris City - Omaha - Enfield High School. How long have you worked in counseling? 20 years How did you get into counseling? Honestly, it was a calling. I worked…

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NACAC Assembly – Chief Delegate Statement

  • October 31, 2019

Ziggy Blackwell Golden Apple 2019-2020 IACAC Chief Delegate I’ve worked in higher education for approximately 14 years and the 2019 NACAC Conference ranks as one of the most challenging experiences I have been a part of. For nearly two years,…

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