Presentation on theme: "CELEBRATE NATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT MONTH NCDA POETRY AND POSTER CONTEST."— Presentation transcript:
CELEBRATE NATIONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT MONTH NCDA POETRY AND POSTER CONTEST
PROGRAM BENEFITS 1.Enhances career awareness at all grade levels 2.Provides students with opportunities for self-expression 3.Is part of a national initiative 4.Provides for student recognition at the local, state and national levels 5.Promotes integration of career development into the classroom
South Carolina National Winners POSTER COREY CHAMPION (1 ST Place) – Walhalla High School DEBBIE MILLE (3 rd Place) – Walhalla High School
South Carolina National Winners POETRY FORREST ROSSI (1 st Place) – Landrum Junior High School (Spartanburg 1) EARL J. WILCOX (3 rd Place) – Open adult category (Rock Hill 3)
ELIGIBILITY EVERY ADULT AND STUDENT ENROLLED IN PUBLIC, PRIVATE AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS IN STATES WITH PARTICIPATING NCDA DIVISIONS
JUDGING CRITERIA Judging will be based on originality, creativity, and development of the national theme. Poems will be evaluated on form, execution, spelling and grammar. Posters – media, lettering and basic principles of art. Conformance to size requirements.
CONTEST DEADLINES NOVEMBER 14, 2007: Submit school entries to Regional Career Specialist or Title I Education and Business Alliance in your region DECEMBER 4, 2007: Regional winners submitted for state competition
Regional Career Specialists Greenville – Dr. Marjorie Dowd Greenwood – Linda Sheffield Midlands – Lisa Call Northeastern – Cynthia Hulon Orangeburg – Denise Kearse Upstate – Kathy Edge
NATIONAL RECOGNITION National winners will be recognized with the winning entries posted on the NCDA website by April 15, Winning entries will also be on display at the Annual Global Conference in Washington, DC, July 9 – 11, Winners will receive a framed certificate and congratulatory gift from NCDA.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED 1.Visit ncda.org; download contest brochure (Latest Headlines – NCD Month) 2.Get the word out to your teachers 3.Follow contest requirements and submit your entries to your Regional Career Specialist by November 14, 2007