Scholarship for Professionals and Students
CCDA awards scholarships to a limited number of professionals in career development who do not have access to funds for professional development or to students enrolled in at least 6 credits in a program of study related to career development and who plan to pursue a career in the field.
Those interested in applying can submit the CCDA Scholarship Application, which typically goes live in the spring of each year. A committee of Board members will select the recipients and they will be notified in late March in time to register for the Spring Training. If you have questions, please contact the CCDA Membership & Scholarship Chair.
Rich Feller Leadership Award
2022 Recipient: Andrea Wieland
*Nominations for the 2023 Rich Feller Leadership Award are now open!
Established by the Colorado Career Development Association in 2007, this annual award honors Rich Feller for his outstanding dedication and service to the career development profession in the local, national and international arenas. Leading by example in his service to others, Rich has educated and mentored students and professionals for many years, and has also made significant contributions to the research and writing in his field. This award recognizes Rich's inspiring acts of dedicated service along with the warmth, compassion, unlimited drive and integrity with which they were rendered.
The recipient of this award will be recognized for making valuable contributions to the career development field and emulating Rich Feller’s service to others as mentor and colleague.
Past recipients include:
2021: Andrea Karapas
2019: Ann Herrmann & Jackie Peila-Shuster
2018: Cori Shaff
2017: Wendy Winter-Searcy
2016: Leann Morgan
2015: Bev Kratzer
2014: Linda Sollars
2013: Larry Gabbard
2012: Sandra Rosewell
2011: Gordon Gray
2010: Dan Macy
2009: Leslie Cancilla
2008: Rich Feller
Diversity Initiative Award
2022 Recipient: Kyle Inselman
*Nominations for the 2023 Diversity Initiative Award are now open!
The Diversity Initiative Award promotes and recognizes an individual or team who through their initiatives and commitment, have demonstrated a high degree of cultural responsiveness and inclusive practices within the domain of career-related activities.
The criteria for this award is based on NCDA’s Diversity Initiative Award. Recipients of the Diversity Initiative Award have:
Past recipients include:
2021: Career Services Cultural Humility Team at CU Boulder (April Abernathy, Jasmine Evans, and Rae Stout)