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Conference Mentorship Reception Match Of The Year

Imaging the Possibilities Through Mentorship

  • June 30, 2015

From left to right: Cerra Wilson, Traci Flowers, Gabrielle Feldman, and Kenya TaylorTraci and Gabrielle were the Mentorship Match of the Year for 2014-2015.By Kenya Taylor University of Wisconsin MilwaukeeThe Mentorship Program brings together new and experienced members of the counseling profession. Through…

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Powerful Bonds

  • December 5, 2013

By Jennifer Coomer, Southern Illlinois University Edwardsville; Liz Hannon, Barrington High School; and Jennifer Troupis, Purdue University The Mentorship Committee was formed to offer college admission professionals the opportunity for one on one support, professional growth and sharing of ideas and goals. Since…

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Greatest Number of Mentorship Matches

  • May 29, 2013

Mentor/Mentee Match of the Year Rosa Reiber (Concordia University Chicago) and Julie Nelson (Xavier University) at the Mentorship Reception at Conference By Zak George Lake Forest College The Mentorship Committee is proud to announce that throughout the year, we have…

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Aspiring Professionals, Take Note and Send Notes

  • February 23, 2012

Last spring, I was asked to provide a welcome for a professional development event members of my admissions staff were hosting on behalf of IACAC. I welcomed the invitation—indeed I was enthusiastic about spending time with relatively new admissions professionals—but…

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President’s Update

  • November 14, 2010

Carin Smith, IACAC PresidentThe changes of fall surround us – amazing outdoor colors, crisp morning air, and shorter days. Tradition or change? Both, right? Certainly, here in the Midwest we know that we are experiencing a traditional fall – of change.

IACAC is experiencing the same, as it often does at this time of year. The new Executive Board is in place, Committee Chairs have been named and most have already been hard at work getting their committees and committee projects off the ground. We do this within the warmth of IACAC tradition and history. As IACAC President, it is incredibly rewarding to watch our 2010 Conference theme, Enhancing Tradition, Cultivating Change, continue to play out in the work we are doing.

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