Be specific and concise when possible.
Focus on one program that most exemplifies the nominee’s service. Secondarily, describe the other volunteer work or leadership positions as they rank in importance.
Assume judges know nothing about the nominee, the organization or community. Local judges may be unfamiliar with the organization, so tell the story as you would to a stranger.
Well-written nominations score higher with judges. If necessary, ask for help from someone you know, who has excellent writing skills.
Have another person proof nomination form for errors or omissions.
Make sure all areas of nomination form are filled out properly.
A maximum of 3 written/photo attachments are allowed to accompany the nomination form. Example: two reference letters and one photo. NO videos allowed. Please use the button below to email attachments.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE LIST NOMINEE’S FIRST AND LAST NAME AS WELL AS SCHOOL NAME IN SUBJECT LINE.