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As a Collegiate member of NMEA there are opportunities to serve in apprentice leadership positions within the organization, contribute articles to the Nebraska Music Educator magazine and to participate in our Collegiate Showcase recital.
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STUDENT TEACHER GRANT
A minimum of two grants in the amount of $1000.00 each, will be awarded summer 2020 to students enrolled in a Nebraska college or university that has an active NAfME Collegiate student chapter during the 2019-2020 school year.
NMEA BOARD POSITION
NMEA's Bylaws provide for a collegiate member seat on the Board of Directors. Every year the candidate for the office of Director of Collegiate Members shall be nominated and elected while in their sophomore year by student members of the Association in accordance with the voting procedure approved by the student representative board. He or she shall serve one year as apprentice (Sophomore year) and one year as Director (Junior year). All Sophomore student members are eligible to run for NMEA's Board of Director of Collegiate Members position.
Are you a College Instructor and NMEA member who would like to contribute a guest article for NMEA's magazine? If so, please contact Derrick Fox to apply to be a collegiate guest contributor. Collegiate guest article deadlines are as follows:
COLLEGIATE CHAPTER OF DISTINCTION AWARD
In an effort to recognize the hard work and services the state collegiate chapters provide, the Nebraska Music Education Association will recognize chapters that exceed expectations and stand out in promoting the future of music education in Nebraska.
In order for the award to be given to the most distinguished chapters each year, as well as making sure our Director of Collegiate Members in the state are functioning in a positive order, all state chapters must provide a brief report of their chapters endeavors during the previous school year to the Director of Collegiate Members by May 1st. The Director of Collegiate Members will then pass along copies of the reports to the selection committee that will select the two chapters of distinction. The Director of Collegiate Members will also make copies of the reports and file them away for reference. Chapters are allowed and strongly encouraged to send artifacts such as brochures, fliers, meeting minutes, pictures, etc. along with their reports.
This award is given to at least two chapters that best represent three major areas: Chapter Operations, Service, and Professional Development. The selection committee also take into consideration the presentation/clarity of the report.
The 2019 Collegiate Chapter of Distinction Award was awarded to Doane University, Riley Herringer, President and Kathy Ohlman, Collegiate Advisor.
The 2020 Award Application has ended. Please check back in January for the 2021 award deadlines.
2020 PRE-PROFESSIONAL SYMPOSIUM
Look for information later this year!