Dr. Deborah Colky Workplace Learning & Performance Student Award Recognizes an Exceptional Student in the Workplace Learning & Performance Profession
Do you know an exceptional graduate or undergraduate student studying workplace learning & performance? Someone who deserves recognition for his or her dedication and commitment to training, learning, and the workplace learning & performance profession?
Please encourage him or her to submit an application for the 2012 DR. DEBORAH COLKY WORKPLACE LEARNING & PERFORMANCE STUDENT AWARD.
Background and Eligibility Requirements:
Now in its fifth year, the Dr. Deborah Colky Workplace Learning & Performance Student Award recognizes a student who demonstrates excellent potential in the Workplace Learning and Performance profession.
The 2012 recipient of the Dr. Deborah Colky Workplace Learning & Performance Student Award will receive:
– Scholarship: One-time $1,000 cash scholarship
– Professional Membership: One year membership to CCASTD
– Professional Publication: One article in the CCASTD seasonal, peer reviewed magazine Training Today
– Award Ceremony: One guest dinner registration for the award recipient to attend the CCASTD Holiday Party
The award recipient will also be presented with a commemorative plaque during the award ceremony at the annual CCASTD Holiday Celebration on December 6, 2012 at La Villa restaurant.
Eligible candidates must meet the following requirements:
– Status: Student is currently enrolled in a degree program in Workplace Learning & Performance, or a related field;
– Location: Student resides in the Chicago area*
– Availability: The award comes with the recipient’s commitment to participate in events that promote raising visibility in the Chicagoland community around workplace learning & performance, and CCASTD until December 2013.
Eligible candidates should also embody traits characteristic of Dr. Deborah Colky. Specifically, candidates should be:
– Passionate about organization development
* Chicago area is defined as: Chicago to the Wisconsin border in the north, Indiana to the south, and Aurora/Eglin to the west