CCCC Nominating Committee
CCCC elects its leaders through a ballot mailed to the entire CCCC membership. The CCCC Nominating Committee (click here for a listing of Nominating Committee members from 1994 to the present) is elected annually through this process and serves for one year. The elected Nominating Committee members (as well as the Immediate and Senior Past Chairs of CCCC, who also serve on the nominating committee) select a slate of candidates from nominations, which may be made by any CCCC member. This slate of candidates is contacted, their consent to run obtained, and an election held during the summer to determine who will replace the Assistant Chair (for a four-year term, ascending to Associate Chair, Chair, and Past Chair), the outgoing members of the CCCC Executive Committee, the CCCC Nominating Committee, and the CCCC Secretary (every four years).
Area(s) of Expertise
Committee Member Expectations
- Serve on the nominating committee for one year, beginning officially upon
election (in October) and completing the roster of candidates by the following
May 1. One Chair will be determined by incoming members and reported to the Chair of CCCC within two weeks of election results.
- Work with the Nominating Committee Chair to solicit nominations from CCCC members.
- Initiate suggestions for nominations, individually and as a group.
- Attend the open meeting and the closed meeting of the nominating committee at the CCCC Annual Convention (usually on Friday afternoon). CCCC does not provide funds for committee members to attend the meeting.
- Work within standard policies of NCTE and CCCC on multiple roles, involvement of people of color, and related matters.
- Advise the following years nominating committee.
- Time Commitment: 1 year or less
- Deadline: No deadline
- Position Type: Elected by CCCC Member Elections
- Convention travel expected
Questions? Contact NCTECommittees@ncte.org