It is our pleasure to present to you our 2018 Utah Association for Employment in Education (UAEE) scholarship opportunity, available to two HR Directors/Recruiters in the Utah Public School system, to attend the American Association for Employment in Education (AAEE) conference held in St. Louis, MO. November 7-9, 2018. This scholarship was created by UAEE as a means to assist in the further development of those who are recruiting our future teachers.
Scholarship recipients will be reimbursed up to $1,500.00 for the following:
Up to two nights hotel stay
Airfare and transportation cost
AAEE conference registration
Up to $50.00 in meals that are not covered by the conference
Expectations of the recipients:
Attend all events directly associated with the AAEE conference.
Provide a written recap of your experience to UAEE.
Allow UAEE to provide all or pieces of your recap statement on the UAEE web site.
How to apply:
Submit a letter of intent by September 14, 2018 to the UAEE president, Brandon Street (email@example.com).
Scholarship candidates will be reviewed by UAEE members where two recipients will be selected.
Thank you for your interest in applying for this remarkable opportunity. Hope to see you in Pittsburgh!
2016 Scholarship Recipients:
HR Director and Student Services
Duchesne School District
My experience at AAEE was the highlight of my year. Not only did I get to learn more about my role as the Human Resources Director of the Duchesne County School District, but I was able to expand my professional network by associating with HR and AAEE leaders from across the country. I was able to gain a new perspective regarding the challenges other school districts face in hiring and retaining high quality teachers. I was also able to meet with educational leaders from states where there are a surplus of teachers. This will allow us to focus our recruiting efforts. The most valuable portion of the conference for me was the Card Exchange, where I was able to network and find new resources. I enjoyed the time I was able to spend with the Career Center representatives from Utah’s delegation. We were able to spend time together throughout the day and evenings which has given me the confidence to call on them as needs arise. They are fabulous people and I value my relationships with them. I have enjoyed continuing the friendships that I developed at the conference. Thank you to the AAEE for the wonderful experience. I plan to make this conference an annual event.
Utah School of the Deaf & Blind