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The Potomac & Chesapeake Association for College Admission Counseling (PCACAC) is a non-profit, professional organization for those who work with students in the transition between high school and college. Founded in 1964, PCACAC exists to maintain high professional standards at both the secondary and college levels...
2013 Jack Blackburn Award Recipient Valerie Gregory, Assoc. Dean of Admissions and Outreach, University of Virginia read more here
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After the conclusion of the NACAC conference in Denver, I had the opportunity to spend a couple days with my son, who lives in the city. On a road trip to the mountain town of Estes Park, gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, we stopped by historic Stanley Hotel—the inspiration for the supernatural haunting of Stephen King’s “Outlook Hotel” in The Shining. From every window in the majestic hotel, gorgeous vistas of snowy mountains and green pines stretch for miles. My son’s dream landscape. read more
2013 Apperson Award
Congratulations to Lisa M. Hill, PCACAC Past-president (2007-2008), Associate Director of Admissions, Goucher College (MD), who was awarded our Apperson Award this year.
List your College Fair/College Night with PCACAC--Use this form to submit your fair: COLLEGE FAIR COLLEGE NIGHT PARTICIPATION FORM
Employment Opportunity: PCACAC Executive Assistant
The Executive Asst. works from his/her home an average of 30 hours per week over the course of the year. The EA provides vital administrative support to the executive committee & is the communication liaison with our membership through updates & maintenance of our web site & regular email communications. Attendance & support at our regular board meetings & professional development programs is essential as they coordinate on site details & serve as a primary contact for members directing questions to the appropriate elected or volunteer officer. For complete description and application process, click here. Questions? Contact Mike Carter, firstname.lastname@example.org