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Grand Canyon University has partnered with the American Association for Employment in Education to create the AAEE Educational Alliance Scholarship. By committing to start your Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctoral degree program or a single non-degree course through their online offerings, Grand Canyon University will offer you a 10% scholarship off the catalog tuition rate per course for your program. This scholarship will be applied at the same time the tuition charges occur.
This scholarship is only valid for applicants who are employees or members of AAEE and submit a complete application for a program beginning on or before June 20, 2020.
To learn more or apply, please download the Scholarship Packet.
Completed packets should be submitted via email to:
Maria Derderian, MBA, MS
You can also find this information on our Partnerships page.
The American Association for Employment in Education will be accepting applications for the Executive Director position from September 1 through September 30, 2017. The anticipated start date will be January 1, 2018.
The Executive Director provides leadership for the operations and activities of a national, not-for-profit education association comprised primarily of university career services professionals and school system human resources administrators. The Executive Director collaborates with the Board of Directors, Strategic Marketing Manager, and Administrative Assistant in promoting the organization and its membership, developing collaborations, preparing services and resources, and serving as the spokesperson for the organization.
The Executive Director provides strategic direction for day-to-day operations, long-term projects and national initiatives. He/she serves and leads as an ex-officio member of each committee (such as supervising the Strategic Marketing Manager).
To learn more about the required qualifications and position responsibilities, please visit: Employment Opportunities.
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Arrive Early 08/24 and Join Us on a Fun
Whether this is your first visit to Pittsburgh or you are a "local," you will want to arrive early to the 2017 AAEE Conference: Bridging Partnerships and participate in one of the pre-conference excursions to get more familiar with Pittsburgh, "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood!"
Sign-ups for all tours will be available beginning on September 5 on a first-come basis.
To sign up on September 5 or later, please email John Snyder (email@example.com) the following information:
The Name of the Excursion
Your Email Address
Your Cell Phone Number
You will receive an email confirmation within 48 hours of your request.
Since spots are limited, you may request more than one excursion in case your first choice is already filled. If you wish to do this, please put in order your first choice and then your second choice, etc. You will be placed in the excursion that is highest on your priority list that still has available slots.
This is a great way to start the conference! Hope you can join us on one of the tours!
Excursions Sponsored by Slippery Rock University Office of Career Education and Development
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2016 Award Recipients, as presented at AAEE 2016 in Nashville, TN
Member input is requested for the following initiatives:
The Board of Directors of AAEE consists of the President, President-elect, Past President, Treasurer, Secretary, and four At-Large Board seats. Board members are involved with many aspects of AAEE that include: membership, communication, professional development and other essential functions of AAEE. To review descriptions of each position, please visit: AAEE Team Descriptions.
We are looking for new Board members who have the expertise and commitment to lead AAEE.
The following officers will continue in their elected positions on the AAEE Board for the 2017-2018 term:
We invite you to submit your nomination for any of these positions:
Self-nominations: If you are interested in serving on the Board, please submit a resume and letter of interest indicating the position for which you are self-nominating. Please return your nomination letter by September 13, 2017, to Jason Kennedy, firstname.lastname@example.org, Chair of Elections Committee.
Nominating a Colleague: If you know of others who could help lead the organization, please contact those individuals directly and encourage them to self-nominate. (Or email Jason Kennedy by: September 13, 2017 if you would like AAEE to follow-up with the prospect.)
Nominations will be accepted until September 13, 2017. All nominations will be reviewed by the Elections Committee to prepare a slate of candidates for the ballot. Following an electronic vote by the membership, Board members will be installed at the October annual conference in Pittsburgh, PA.
If you have any questions, please contact Jason Kennedy, Chair of the Elections Committee at Jkennedy3@wcpss.net, or Deb Snyder, Executive Director, email@example.com.
The AAEE Board of Directors is pleased to request nominations for the association's awards which will be presented this October at the 2017 Annual Conference in Pittsburgh, PA.
As an AAEE member, you know that we work with some amazing, dedicated professionals. PLEASE take a few moments out of your busy day to nominate a colleague who deserves recognition. Please submit your nomination form by September 13, 2017. If you have any questions, please contact Jason Kennedy, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for thoughtfully considering nominating an AAEE colleague. For a list of past recipients, check out the Awards section of the AAEE website.
View Awards Descriptions | Nominate a Colleague
I hope your transition to a new academic year is going well. I am excited to let you know of my plans to retire from my Executive Director position at the end of 2017. However, as I shared with the AAEE Board, my decision is bittersweet. Ironically, the “bitter” is due to so much that is sweet! I have thoroughly enjoyed my affiliation with AAEE, from various roles on the board, to serving as President, Interim Executive Director, and Executive Director. I am particularly proud of the improvements implemented during my leadership and the promising future that continues to unfold for AAEE.
I’d like to thank the board for their leadership, collaboration and support. I must also thank Sara Russell for her partnership in all aspects of my work. I’m very proud of the sense of team we have developed—this could not have occurred without Sara’s competency, collegiality and diligence. Finally, I’m grateful to you—our community of educators—for the wonderful relationships I’ve been privileged to develop with our membership. As you can see, it is going to be challenging for me to leave my position and my colleagues. However, because it is gratifying for me to consider the organization we have built, my departure will be sweet, too.
As a former career counselor, I’ve used words like “deceleration” and “reinvention” to refer to retirement. Now, I’m eager to apply these terms to the next phase of my career journey and to be able to reconfigure my schedule with more time for family (i.e. grandkids!), reading, exploring, spending time with friends, volunteering, and being open to new possibilities.
During the remainder of my tenure, I will continue to invest fully in AAEE; however, I wanted to announce my retirement early so that the board and I could collaborate to provide a favorable transition for a new Executive Director. Thank you for the opportunity to serve alongside great colleagues and in a key role within an excellent professional association. I hope to see you at our annual conference and fair in Pittsburgh, October 24-26!
Deborah R. Snyder, Executive Director
American Association for Employment in Education
email@example.com; 614.800.1722; www.aaee.org
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Thank you, Deb. Colleagues, I hope this communication finds you well and ready to begin a new academic year. It is my hope that you can join me in congratulating our Executive Director, Deb Snyder, in her retirement announcement for the end of this year. Having served in an Executive Director capacity since 2015, there have been a great number of contributions Deb has provided leadership to our association for, including:
For seven years, I had the privilege of seeing Deb serve on the AAEE Board in various capacities. During this time, Deb demonstrated her loyalty and commitment to the association. Everything Deb worked on, every project she completed, every connection she made, was of impeccable quality and brought credibility to the association and its mission.
In light of Deb’s retirement announcement, AAEE will be starting a nationwide search for a new Executive Director. Look for details about the position to be released to the membership on September 1, 2017. I am confident that among our membership and other professional colleagues, we will find a quality individual who will be able to continue the excellent leadership Deb has provided AAEE as Executive Director.
As we move through these exciting times of transition, the conference planning committee is working hard to offer another great opportunity for all of us to connect for professional development, networking, and fun. I look forward to seeing you at the 84th AAEE Conference, Bridging Partnerships, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 24-26. Our Education Career Fair will occur October 26 in collaboration with Kappa Delta Pi’s national conference—providing an opportunity for recruiters to connect with future teachers from across the U.S. who are attending the education honorary’s conference. You can register for the conference and fair, and book your hotel through our AAEE website,www.aaee.org. Looking forward to connecting with all of you in Pittsburgh as we continue to build partnerships together!
Join Us for the Conference and Education Career Fair
Deb Snyder (AAEE Executive Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Sara Russell (AAEE Strategic Marketing Manager) at email@example.com
AAEE is closed July 3 and 4th in observance of Independence Day. We hope you enjoy the holiday and look forward to connecting with you soon.
AAEE will be closed on Monday, May 29 in observance of Memorial Day. We hope you enjoy the long weekend in celebration of those who have, and currently serve our country.
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