As Cooperative Education and Internship professionals, we are frequently tasked to develop innovative solutions to a variety of program issues and problems. The purpose of the CEIA’s Best Practice Award is to spotlight these new approaches and their application to other programs nationwide.
Current Recipients: MAGNET: The Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network, Cleveland, Ohio, Autumn Russell, Vice President Diversity & Economic Inclusion
Honorable Mention: InternFSU Program, Li P. Pon, Senior Assistant Director, Experiential Learning, Florida State University
Nomination Deadline: November 1
Definition of a Best Practice:
All current, active CEIA individual or organizational members are eligible.
Instructions: Click here to view and print detailed instructions
Please complete a nomination via the link below, including a narrative (formatted in Word), not to exceed two pages, single spaced, describing the need or problem, the solution developed and implemented by the organization/institution, and an evaluation of the program/project. (As you write your narrative, please keep in mind you are writing for your peers, so you should provide enough detail regarding what, why, and how, should another program or organization wants to replicate your program or project.) Nominations may also include supporting documents, such as brochures, newspaper articles, letters of support, photographs, etc.
Supporting materials may be requested by the committee if necessary.