The Raymond R. Delaney Memorial Scholarship
Congratulations to the 2016 Raymond R. Delaney Memorial scholarship winner Carolyn J. Probst. Carolyn was nominated because she is an outstanding educational leader who is a consensus builder and creative problem solver.
Most recently, she was a key player in the development and implementation of an interdisciplinary teaming approach for ninth grade students. Her intellect coupled with her strong sense of dedication, compassion and genuine concern for others propelled her to apply and have her school accepted as a College Board AP Capstone School. Carolyn has earned three graduate degrees from Columbia University and is currently enrolled in the highly regarded doctoral program at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education.
The Selection Process
The Raymond R. Delaney Memorial Scholarship was inaugurated during the centennial year of The Council in honor of "100 Years of Educational Leadership" and in 1990 re-named the Raymond R. Delaney Annual Memorial Scholarship in memory of a past president of The Council.
The Utica National Insurance Group, a strategic partner of The Council, serves as the sponsor. The scholarship is awarded annually to one individual enrolled in a graduate study program through which a School District Administrator Certificate or Doctoral Degree may be earned.
Applicants must be nominated by an active superintendent of The Council and send a nomination form to The Council's office no later than June 12, 2017. Candidates are responsible for sending all required documentation by July 21, 2017.
The Distinguished Service Committee, composed of current Council presidents and past presidents who are active superintendents, screens all applications and reviews credentials for selection of one candidate.
If you would like to nominate a candidate for this scholarship contact Deidre Hungerford, Assistant Director for Business Development at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, you can also call Deidre at (518) 694-4885.