Terry O'Banion Student Technology Awards 2014— Sponsored by the League for Innovation in the Community College
The League for Innovation in the Community College (League) invites you to nominate two outstanding community college technology students for theTerry O'Banion Student Technology Awards. The winners of these awards will be determined through an international search of nominations from League Member Colleges. Two students with special talent and interest in a technology career will each be presented an award of $1,000. The Student Technology Champion award is presented to a student with a career interest in a technology field, while the Student Developer Champion award is presented to a student with a career focus in software development.
League member college faculty or staff members are invited to nominate student candidates by completing the nomination form athttp://www.league.org/league/competitions/tob.cfm and submitting a 500-word letter of recommendation.
Eligibility. Eligible student nominees must be:
1) Currently enrolled in a League member institution;
2) Pursuing a career in technology; and
3) In need of financial assistance to further his or her education.
Nominations. Each League member institution may submit one nomination for Student Technology Champion and one nomination for Student Developer Champion. In multicollege districts, each college separately accredited by one of the six regional accreditation associations is allowed one nominee for each student award. Singly accredited, multicampus community colleges are allowed one nominee for each student award.
The application form should be completed and returned with the letter of recommendation by Sunday, February 2, 2014. The Selection Committee will review the nominations, and award winners will be announced at the League's Innovations 2014 conference, March 2-5, 2014, in Anaheim, California.