05/30/2014

List of Career Convergence Recognition Award Winners

This award is designed to recognize an author's contribution of an article published in the NCDA web magazine, Career Convergence.  This award was given for the first time in 2007 and is selected annually by the editors by different criteria each year.

 

2014 – editor's choice award: "The Goldilocks Challenge: Getting Postsecondary Education Advice Just Right" by Janet Wall. (K-12)

 

 

2013 – article on disabilities: “Career Development Keys to Post-School Transition Success for Students with ADHD” by Jessica Sniatecki, Marvin Lalin, Abiola Dipeolu. (K-12)

 

 

2012 – focus on current economic issues: "Career Development Opportunities Can Be Found By Looking at Own Job" by Maggie McCormick. (ORG)

 

 


2011 – focus on green careers: "Current Careers in Energy" Helen Harkness. (ORG)

 

 


2010 - article covering an international population: "Cultural Blindspots in Career Counseling with International Students" by Satomi Yaji Chudasama. (POST-SEC)

 

 


2009 - unique population & written by a grad student: Natesha Smith "Military to Civilian" (GOV)

 

 


2008 - (2 awards, 3 winners) First, an article of significant impact written by a grad student: "30 Tips for New Career Counselors" by Maureen Nelson (SPEC); Second, an article with the highest hit rate for the first 30 days online: "Career Development as Retention Tool" by Wendy Becker-Jamison & Wendy LaBenne. (POST-SEC)

 

 


2007 - (2 awards, 3 winners) - Grad Student with the highest hit article: "Facebook: Put Your Best Face Forward" by Martina Sternberg & Marie Soto  (POST-SEC) & for the first article published: "Career Counseling Specialty: Out with the Old and Bring in the New" by Peter Manzi. (FEATURE)

 

 

 

 

 


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