Lucile Cornetet Awards for
With the DKG servers temporarily unavailable due to water damage in Austin last week, the Cornetet Professional Development Seminar Award Application deadline has been extended until Tuesday, November 3, 2015. Please resend any applications emailed over the weekend. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Music teacher, Christina Myers (Psi Chapter, Pennsylvania), looks forward to attending the Orff-Schulwerk Teacher Education Course Level II as the recipient of a CIPD Award in February 2015.
Cornetet Individual Awards for Professional Development (CIPD) are available to all employed educators who meet the stated criteria. The application process is competitive.
Awards (money) given to individual educators assists their participation in professional development opportunities through approved professional development providers such as colleges, universities, and professional organizations other than The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International. As of February 2015, $506,890 has been granted as Individual Professional Development Awards.
- Lecture series
- National certification
- Online courses
- Workshops and other non-degree programs
Awards may fund travel, lodging, meals, pay for substitutes, registration fees, etc. Awards may not be used to reimburse for activities already completed, to pursue a degree program, or to fund an educational project.
September 2015 Cornetet Individual Awards for Professional Development
Individual Awards Application
(Deadlines are February 1, May 1, and September 1 of each year.)
May 2015 Cornetet Individual Award Recipients
February 2015 Cornetet Individual Award Recipients
September 2014 Cornetet Individual Award Recipients
May 2014 Cornetet Individual Award Recipients
February 2014 Cornetet Individual Award Recipients
Cornetet Professional Development Seminar Awards are granted to sponsor professional development seminars. Regions, areas, and state organizations of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International may apply for a Seminar Award to assist in providing professional development opportunities for educators in their locale. As of November 2014, a total of $93,730 has been awarded for Seminar Awards.
2015 DKG State Organization Seminar Award Recipients