About the NCEA Advisory Councils
The National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) serves our members to fulfill the mission to lead, learn and proclaim the good news of Catholic school education. NCEA is pleased to work with the Lead. Learn. Proclaim. Advisory Councils that will serve as a representative voice of NCEA members and to help guide NCEA in our programs and services.
NCEA depends on experts in the field of Catholic school education who serve through a variety of capacities. With that in mind, prospective Advisory Council members may include – but are not limited to – teachers, principals, presidents, administrative staff, pastors, governing body members, diocesan leaders, home and school association members, friends/donors to Catholic school education, higher education members, partners, consultants and others committed to the future of Catholic school education.
NCEA is pleased to announce a Call for Candidacy for the Lead. Learn. Proclaim. Advisory Councils. If you believe you have time and talent to serve on an Advisory Council, or know of someone who would be a valuable addition, please take the time to submit an application. Please note that it is critical to have all the required documents as noted in the application instructions prior to beginning the application process. All candidacy applications must be received electronically by November 28, 2017. Those who are invited to join this year will be notified by January 26, 2018.
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Council Areas of Expertise
The NCEA Lead. Learn. Proclaim Advisory Council candidates work closely with council committees with specialty in the following areas:
- Catholic School Marketing & Branding
- Catholic Schools Week & Year-Round Admissions & Marketing
- Early Childhood
- Educational Technology
- Exceptional Learners
- Governance Models
- Hispanic/Latino Outreach
- Leadership Development
- Missionary Discipleship
- NCEA Member Relations
- Operational Vitality
- STREAM/Catholic Faith Integration