International ACAC Board Elections   

  • Are you a strategic thinker?
  • Are you passionate about supporting secondary students transitioning to higher education?
  • Would you like to work with an energetic team on connecting counselors and institutions who serve students all around the world?

If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then we encourage you to consider serving on the International ACAC Board. 

 

2017 Board Elections 

The following positions are open for election for 2017. There are no incumbents for the president-elect and vice-president positions.  There is one incumbent for the delegate positions.     

Please click on the position title for more information regarding the role's 
responsibilities, required knowledge/skills, and time commitment.

President-Elect

Vice President for Government Relations

Vice President for Inclusion, Access, & Success

Vice President for Membership

Delegate to the NACAC Assembly - *this position has two openings*

 


Application Requirements - now closed

In order for candidates' application to be considered, the following must be completed and submitted by January 15, 2017:

√ Application - click here for the application form

√ Letter of Recommendation - click here for requirements

√ Letter of Institutional Support - click here for required document

 


Webinar Wednesday: Board Elections - Make a Difference, Get Involved, Join a Team

This was a special webinar conducted on Wednesday, November 30 to discuss the application process and answer your questions regarding the 2017 Board Elections. Below is the video recording and slideshow presentation from webinar. 

 

WEBINAR RECORDING

WEBINAR SLIDES

 


 

2017 Voting Timetable

 


Forum & Exchange

A three-part series that looks at the Experience, the Process, and a chance for you to share your Voice

Part One: My Story by Joe Giacalone

Part Two: The Process

Part Three: Forum & Exchange 


 

Voter Eligibility

Voting Status

1. Eligibility for voting membership and the privileges of voting membership are outlined in the International ACAC bylaws.

2. Voting membership is extended to:

a. Institutional members located outside of the United States and its territories.

b. Institutional members located within the United States who

i. perform the majority of their duties outside of the United States and its territories.

ii. are not voting members of another NACAC affiliate.

c. Organizational members employed by non-profit organizations located outside of the United States and its territories.

d. Organizational members employed by non-profit organizations within the United States who

i. perform the majority of their duties outside of the United States and its territories.

ii. are not voting members of another NACAC affiliate.

e. Individual members located outside of the United States and its territories.

f. Individual members located within the United States who

i. perform the majority of their duties outside of the United States and its territories.

ii. are not voting members of another NACAC affiliate.

g. Retired members who are not voting members of another NACAC affiliate.

3. Non-voting membership is extended to:

a. Institutional members located within the United States who perform the majority of their duties inside of the United States and its territories or are voting members of another NACAC affiliate.

b. Organizational members employed by non-profit organizations within the United States who perform the majority of their duties inside of the United States and its territories or are voting members of another NACAC affiliate.

c. Organizational members employed by for-profit organizations.

d. Individual members located within the United States who perform the majority of their duties inside the United States and its territories or are voting members of another NACAC affiliate.

4. Members in voting-eligible categories will be asked to indicate their personal voting eligibility during the application and renewal process.

International ACAC Board Policies Amended by Executive Board on September 30, 2015; pages 34-35

 


International ACAC Election History