ICDA Board Positions
Executive Leadership Elected Positions
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1. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com to express interest. A board member will reach out to set up a call or zoom session.
2. Upcoming board meetings will be held on February 9th and March 9th at 12:00 Noon MST, email us for the link to join
President Elect – 1 year position then serve as President 1 year and Past President 1 year (3 year commitment)
Our highest need right now is to elect a new president elect! We need your leadership to keep ICDA strong.
The President Elect begins serving on July 1st of the year he/she is elected. The President Elect provides leadership and direction for the annual conference and other organizational events. Planning the conference is much of the work of the entire board and each board member will be assigned part of the work of planning and executing the conference. Arranging speakers/presenters, venue, menu, set up, take down, communication, advertising. The annual conference and some webinars provide continuing education (CEU) for career counselors. The Past President and the ICA representative will help ensure that the program and presenters meet the qualifications for providing CEU training. A request is submitted to the Governors office each year to renew the Proclamation of November as Idaho Career Development Month. A special event including the reading of the proclamation is held during the month of November. A distinguished presenter from the ICDA membership is invited to make a proposal to present during a special session of the ICA conference each year. Other planning support for the ICA conference may be required in order to share in the profits of the ICA conference.
President – 1 year position then serves as Past President (2 year commitment)
The President Elect begins serving as President on July 1st of the year. The President represents ICDA in public meetings as well as ICA and NCDA meetings. The President also serves as a voting board member for ICA and is invited to attend or delegate an executive board member to ICA Council of Leaders (COL) quarterly meetings. A brief report of activities is submitted to ICA prior to each COL meeting. The secretary can help with these reports. NCDA offers trainings and support through the Trustee for State Divisions. The President would be the main contact with the Trustee and other NCDA board members and would attend the State Divisions meeting held annually at the NCDA conference when possible. The President has organizational and financial support from the secretary and treasurer and works closely with the President-Elect. The President makes assignments to other board members and follows up with regular contact through emails, phone calls, texts etc.
Secretary Elect: join the board, attend monthly board meetings, tasks assigned by the current secretary and prepare to serve as secretary.
Treasurer Elect: join the board, attend monthly board meetings, tasks assigned by the current treasurer and prepare to serve as treasurer.