Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Employers (PennACE)
JoAnne Day Student of the Year Award:
PennACE would like to recognize the achievements and contributions made by interns and co-op students enrolled at member institutions. Therefore, the JoAnne Day Students of the Year Awards were created, with three awards of $500 each, one in a technical field, one in a non-profit field (including government) and one in a business field which are awarded each year.
To be eligible to apply for the Technical award, students must have completed an internship or co-op assignment in an engineering, computer science/information technology, or science area. Non-Profit award eligibility requires the student to have completed an internship or co-op assignment in an education, social sicence/service, humanities area (i.e., any area within the non-rofit or government sector). To be eligible for the Business award, students must have completed an internship or co-op assignment in a for-profit business (i.e., any area that does not fall in the Technical or Non-Profit category).
For more information on the award, detailed nomination information and a blank nomination form, visit PennACE's website: http://www.pennace.info
- Point to "Awards & Grants"
- Click on "JoAnne Day Award"
- Read through award and eligibility information
- Click on link for "Nomination Form"
- Award deadline: October 29, 2010
- Questions: Contact Kate Hunter, Director of Career Services and Internships, DeSales University
DEADLINE TO APPLY:
All nominations received before 4:30 p.m. on the last Friday of October (10/29/10) will be reviewed and evaluated by the Selection Committee. Three award recipients will be selected and announced in December. The recipients will be recognized at the spring PennACE Conference.
For more information and detailed application instructions, please click here.