John Steele Grant
The John Steele Grant was established to recognize the contributions of John Steele, one of the founders of the association now known as Midwest ACE. It seeks to support and encourage new research in career planning and college recruiting.
The recipient of the Steele Grant will be named at the Midwest ACE Trends in Recruiting Conference in Nov. and present their research results at the Midwest ACE Annual Conference in Jul. 2017. The recipient will also be awarded up to $1000.00.
No previous research experience is required to apply.
Examples of relevant research include:
- Benchmarking survey of employers or college/university career centers
- Evaluation and effectiveness of a new recruiting or career services program or initiative.
- How do students make a decision on where to start their career?
- What are the elements of an effective internship program?
- Do underrepresented students have the same level of access to unpaid internships?
- Principal researcher must be a current Midwest ACE member in good standing
- Research has not yet been completed or conducted
To apply for the John Steele Grant please fill out the online application below. Applications must be received by Sept. 30.