National Career Development Month 2013

2013 NCCDA Poetry & Poster Contest

48th Annual Poetry and Poster Contest

Theme:  Charting the Course for Our Second Century

To celebrate National Career Development Month, the National Career Development Association sponsors an annual Poetry & Poster Contest.  Every adult and student enrolled in public, private, and parochial schools are eligible.

The North Carolina Career Development Association is the proud sponsor of the State Poetry & Poster contest.  During the month of November, schools from across the state hold local, school and district contests to celebrate National Career Development Month.  Local winning entries in poetry, original art, and mixed media art are sent to the State Contest.  State winners move on to the National Contest.  North Carolina has had many national winners in the past.  We hope to have even more this year.

Please take a moment to review the details of the contest at the below website. The website includes the contest entry form, a list of last year’s winners and images of the winning artwork. The contest entry deadline is December 7, 2013. Further details about how to enter are available on the contest entry form. http://nccounselingassociation.org/ncca-divisions/nccda/2013-nccda-poetry-contest/

To download a copy of the Scotland County Contest Entry Form: Scotland County Schools Entry Form 2013-2014

Posters are available at Scotland County Schools Poster 2013-2014

  • National Information

For more information and resources about National Career Development Month visit http://ncda.org/aws/NCDA/pt/sp/ncdmonth

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