OACC Awards 2013


Ontario’s career college sector has played an essential role in post-secondary education and career training for over 140 years. After considerable growth, career colleges now train over 60,000 Ontarians every year. Many career college graduates go on to accomplish great things in their careers and their communities. It’s time to recognize those graduates and the hard-working instructors who helped get them to where they are today.

The Ontario Association of Career Colleges will be celebrating its 40th annual conference next May at Caesars Windsor. On Thursday, May 30, 2013, OACC will be highlighting quality in education by presenting awards to an exceptional instructor and outstanding graduates.

We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to submit nominations for the first recipients of the OACC awards for Excellence in Teaching and Outstanding Graduates.  All nominations are due by February 28, 2013.

The following is more detailed information about the awards, the nomination criteria, nomination forms, and the awards ceremony: 

OACC Awards 2013 - Call of Nomination

OACC Awards 2013 - Nomination Details

OACC Awards 2013 - Nomination Form Excellence in Teaching

OACC Awards 2013 - Nomination Form Outstanding Graduate


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