The Educational Endowment Fund (EEF) provides professional development grants of up to $500 to individuals who have been members of TCA for at least 12 months prior to application. The EEF Committee reviews and approves applications for EEF grants, and reserves the right to decline giving an award(s) in any year, if suitable application(s) is/are not received, as determined by the EEF Committee.
Purpose: Grants are awarded for (1) course work toward completion of a graduate degree; (2) activities such as original research, conference attendance or specialized study; (3) other professional development or continuing education activities.
Procedures: Submit the application, provide the following information:
Applications for EEF Grants must be received electronically on or before April 1st, August 1st and December 1st of each year.
|Daniel Boone [November 1998]||first Executive Director of LPC Board|
|Abbie Buxton [August 2008||member of Counselor's Legislative Involvement Committee (CLIC)|
|Joseph & Lorraine Dameron [September 1993]||past president of TCA (1968-1984); influential in founding TAADA|
|Francine Daner & John Schick [February 2007]||instrumental in creation of TAMFC|
|Donald Hood [January 1993]||long time TCA member and advocate for counseling|
|Jamesanna Kirven [June 2000]||advocate in creation of TexAMCD|
|Charlotte McKay [December 1999]||first paid Executive Director of TCA; 20 year tenure|
|Elaine & Jimmy Nail [March 2005]||past president of TCA (1995); involved in advocacy efforts|
|Bonnie & Bennie Pierson [June 2002||past president of TCA (1981); LPC license #1|
|Tracy Wills [April 1992]||daughter of Curt Wills, former LPC Board member and counselor educator|
Last Updated: October 14, 2015