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  • May 22, 2014 10:32 AM | Deleted user
  • April 29, 2014 11:23 AM | Deleted user
    SACES would like to announce the 2014 Emerging Leaders Workshop to be held at the SACES conference in Birmingham, Alabama, on Thursday, October 9, 2014. Drs. Don Locke and Pam Paisley, who have both been extraordinary leaders in SACES, will conduct the workshop. Lunch will be provided for all participants.

    The Emerging Leaders workshop is designed to help students and new faculty members discover how leadership can enhance their own professional development, to enhance the diversity of SACES, and to help engage talented and dedicated leaders with SACES. In addition, the presenters will provide an overview of SACES leadership opportunities and introduce participants to current SACES leadership. Invited participants will receive a $200 stipend for attendance to the workshop and conference. A review panel will select attendees with a demonstrated commitment to the profession of Counselor Education and Supervision, leadership experience and potential, and participation in state, regional, and/or national ACES organizations and conferences. Emerging leaders that represent racial and ethnic diversity are particularly encouraged to apply.

    Persons interested in being considered as a fellow or individuals submitting a third party nomination for the emerging leaders program, please forward electronically the nominee's vitae and a letter of nomination to:

    Dr. Heather Trepal
    SACES Emerging Leaders Committee
    heaher.trepal@utsa.edu


    In the nomination letter, please confirm that the nominee is a SACES member and has not previously received an Emerging Leaders fellowship. All materials must be received by May 30, 2014.
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  • April 09, 2013 10:59 AM | Deleted user
    Here are the minutes from March's SACES meeting!

  • February 02, 2013 11:31 AM | Deleted user

    February 12, 2013

    Minutes from 12/13/12 Lost to Computer All Officers Present

    Board members introduced themselves to the incoming Executive Board members present –

     Mary Hermann (president-elect-elect) and Thelma Duffey (secretary-elect)

    Updates:

     Interested in starting a journal for the division (finalizing budget)

    o Task force reviewing journal development and needs prior to identifying an editor and recruiting editorial board member s (Thelma stated meeting on Friday)

     SACES newsletter was released

    o Encouraging committee involvement

     Membership – Alex has become the "membership person" (Jennifer)

    o Wild apricot – most people switched over, some have not been

    o Alex at 20 hours per month

    o Meet with Kathy on a call and also include Alex

    o Jennifer – getting people to renew on non-conference years

    Don – perhaps require a two-year membership to avoid this issue and save money on transaction fees

    Should have membership input and set a date for implementation (Jan 1st 2014) and an open vote to be approved at next meeting

     Information about meetings at ACA received by Heather Trepal

    o SACES Friday March 22nd at 8-9am – Hilton Caprice 1 & 4 (EC Meeting)

    Prepared agenda with interest networks provided

    Not expecting a large turn-out

    Work on conference committee development

    Jennifer Jordan & Don Locke will not be in attendance

    o Thursday March 21st from 5-6pm – Hilton Salon F & G (Upcoming EC Meeting)

    There will be no conference call in March given the meeting at ACA.

    Heather – working on compiling conference documents from Savannah

     Find a time to map out the next conference – what need to be done when

     Connected with past-presidents to be active in the conference planning

     Early identification of site

    Mary and Thelma – looking forward to getting started!

    Jennifer Jordan voted-in as secretary for ACES

    Anneliese request budget report for ACA - $86k currently in account, which is up from the previous two years

    Doodle sent early March for April EC call

    Jennifer – An e-mail was sent out to SACES membership, letting them know which candidates from the SACES region will be running for office, but encountered a problem this year

     Don stated that all candidates must be listed to avoid subtle campaigning issues

     Change in approach can be discussed at ACA meeting

  • October 31, 2012 2:38 PM | Deleted user

    SACES LONG RANGE COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES

    Savannah, Georgia

    September 28th, 2012

    8:00-9:00 AM

    In attendance:

    Sejal M. Barden (co-chair), Shannon Ray (co-chair), and Joni Miller (member)

    • Introductions of committee members
    • a. Discussion of where organization is and where it is going; committee background and historical function
    • Plan for the Committee:
    • a.       Enhancement of member services- products for our members
    • b.      Discussion of journal- needs assessment of what members would like
    • c.       Training Modulesundefinedi.e. DSM-5
    • Conference support-2014
    • a.       Birmingham
    • b.      Committee assistance to Executive Committee
    • Other ideas:
    • a.       Graduate student mentoring- coffee break during 2014 conference
    • b.      Get Graduate students to send list-serve email- interested
    • c.       Emerging fellows- new faculty initiatives
    • d.      Emerging leaders contact info for participants and interested parties
    Pairing of emerging leaders and fellows for mentorship
  • October 23, 2012 12:34 PM | Deleted user

    October 23, 2012

    Minutes Approved from EC Conference Meeting

    Conference

    o Conference income - $34,000 from RegOnline recently ($78,243 total)

    o $91,668 in all accounts total at the moment (up $15k since conference report)

    March – September we should’ve received $81,046 from RegOnline

    o Heather reimbursement $25 for expenses

    o Heather’s GA is working on the conference manual – please send any feedback or information that will be useful for the manual to her as soon as possible

    o Final number around 531, approximately 101 more than last year

    Add Don to RegOnline so he can have access to the account

    RegOnline will be terminated for membership

    ACES obligated divisions not to use RegOnline for conferences in future – this will be checked into as previously SACES has been autonomous

    o Volunteer reimbursement ($2500 due)

    Conference planning manual will include a new policy

    Amanda’s list of volunteers included two faculty members – she will be contacted to determine the agreement that was made with them

    Web Service

    Update history of SACES that brings us through Heather’s tenure – ask that this be done and provide honorarium for him to complete it ($1000) and sends questionnaire to each president and writes a narrative about past conferences and president will contact

    o Approved

     Don tried to cancel web service but could not without a code

    o Jen says Dennis & Alex set it all up and would need to be contacted for the code

     Minutes will be sent to Andrea and Alex for website and social networking

    Newsletter

    Articles due on November 5th to editors

    Letter to MG

    Sent to Kathryn and then shared with ACA legal for feedback

     ACA possibly misunderstood how he registered for the conference

    o Suggested the paragraph related to registration be removed

     

    o Bring Mary Hermann in to assess the letter and situation so she is aware of the situation and decisions made

    Other Issues

    o Include members from other committees in the EC calls – begin with two

    o LTP will be shifted to the November agenda

    o Propose in December we don’t meet and have a full agenda for the Nov/Jan meetings

    o Still have open committees in need of volunteers

    o Need to assign ACES liaisons

  • October 08, 2012 2:23 PM | Deleted user
    Kudos and thank you to all the wonderful 2012 SACES Conference volunteers, presenters, leadership, and attendees in Savannah! This conference had the largest attendance of any previous SACES conference - with over 100 more attendees than usual. We are grateful to our conference lead, Heather Trepal, and Jennifer Jordan as well! It is obvious that the SACES membership continues to have vibrant and dynamic counselor educators, supervisors, and students!

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