Nominations are Now Open for KCKCC’s Mid-America Education Hall of Fame Awards

Posted on Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Do you know someone who has demonstrated dedication and commitment to education? Then submit a nomination for the Kansas City Kansas Community College Foundation’s Mid America Education Hall of Fame Awards & Scholarship Event.

The Mid America Education Hall of Fame started in 1996 as a way to recognize individuals, organizations, corporations and foundations in the community who have made notable contributions to educational and student success, community development and/or philanthropy.

Class of 2020 inductees will be recognized at a formal induction ceremony at this year’s event on April 25 at the Dr. Thomas R. Burke Technical Education Center.

Criteria used to select the Mid-America Education Hall of Fame inductees include:

  • Demonstrates a commitment to education and/or Kansas City Kansas Community College
  • Works to improve the quality of life in the community through their passion for education
  • Strives to increase educational opportunities for others
  • Supports significant changes that have improved the quality of education
  • Can be an individual, organization, or company from the Mid-America region

Submit the following nomination materials by email to Audrey Alexander at aalexander@kckcc.edu or by mail to the KCKCC Foundation, 7250 State Ave., Suite 3500, Kansas City, KS. 66112. The deadline is Jan. 28.

Nomination materials include:

  • Nomination Form
  • Biography of the person, organization or company being nominated including a brief history and synopsis of activities related to the nomination criteria.
  • At least two letters of recommendation (no more than three) in support of your nomination written by separate entities.

For more information on the Mid-America Education Hall of Fame or to submit a nomination, contact Audrey Alexander at 913-288-7584 or by email at aalexander@kckcc.edu.

Category: Foundation

Keywords: Hall of Fame, Foundation

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