Employer of the Year Nominations Due Jan. 24th

Now in its second year,  the "Employer of the Year" award seeks to honor those companies that consistently employ graduates of private sector colleges and universities in their fields.  The response to this new award last year was overwhelming and we hope you will get just as excited to nominate the employers of your graduates again this year!    As we continue to focus on workforce development and training skilled workers,  help us thank those who employ your graduates.

This year, APSCU has made an exciting change to the "Employer of the Year" award.  The award will be presented at APSCU's Annual Convention & Exposition which will be held in Orlando, FL at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort from June 5th-7th 2013.  If your school works with some outstanding employers, we want to celebrate them with you!  Here you will find a nomination form for the award which can be completed and returned to Carolyn Woods at Carolyn.Woods@apscu.org. You may nominate as many employers as you like.  There is no limit, just be sure to follow the instructions on the bottom of the nomination form.  All nominations are due by 6pm Eastern Time on January 24th .  APSCU will be unable to consider any applications received after that time.Please direct any questions you have on the "Employer of the Year" award to Carolyn Woods.

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