Tuesday, November 19, 2013
CSTA 2014 Board of Directors Nominations Open
Since this past summer I have been a member of the CSTA Board of Directors (thanks again to all of you who voted for me). It’s been an interesting and rewarding experience for me so far. I’ve worked on the Equity Committee and our “Faces of Computing” poster conference for example. And attended two board meetings which have been great experiences largely because of the wonderful people on the board. If you are involved in CSTA and want to get more involved I highly recommend you think about running for the board.
The call for candidates is up on the CSTA blog but I’ve copied relevant information from the CSTA website below.
Nominations are now open for the CSTA 2014 Board of Directors elections. Nominations will be accepted for the following positions:
9–12 Representative (1 position): A 9–12 classroom teacher who is currently teaching computer science at the high school level.
At-Large Representative (1 position): An educator with responsibilities for K–12 CS education.
International Representative (1 position): An international (outside the United States) classroom teacher who is currently teaching or promoting computer science at the pre-collegiate level.
School District Representative (1 position): An administrator whose focus is technology or curriculum across multiple schools.
Teacher Education Representative (1 position): A college- or university-level faculty member who has primary responsibility for the instruction of pre-service and/or in-service teachers of computer science and/or computing disciplines.
University Faculty Representative (1 position): A faculty member from a university computing department offering graduate degrees in computer science.
To apply for one of these positions, please submit your completed application form and your résumé as per the instructions provided on the Call for Nominations.
Click here to download the Call for Nominations.
Click here to download the 2014 Nominations Application Form.
Nominations deadline: February 1, 2014.
Late nominations will not be accepted.