The Community Service Award was established to recognize the valuable contributions of CBA members serving in the Northwest Territories. The award honours members who have demonstrated outstanding dedication, service and commitment to the community.
ELIGIBILITY & CRITERIA
To qualify for a Community Service Award, an individual must:
- Be a member in good standing of the CBA-NT Branch (members of the current Executive Committee are not eligible)
- Have made exceptional contributions and/or achievements using his or her volunteer skills for the betterment of the community or a non-profit organization
Preference will be given to those who have had little or no recognition or previous awards.
All nominations must include:
- A completed nomination form
- A summary explaining why you believe the nominee fulfils the qualifications, with details explaining what makes their contribution unique. Please include the following:
- Time commitment involved in volunteer contributions in one or more organizations
- Length of service
- Skill involved in commitment
- Whether the commitment involved managing people, events or funds
- The overall effort expended in the pursuit of the organization's goals
- The direct benefit to the community resulting from the nominee's involvement. Supporting documentation such as letters may be included.
- A current curriculum vitae of the nominee (recommended)
All nominations require the signatures of two branch members in good standing and one non-lawyer member of the nominee’s community, preferably from an organization which has benefitted from participation by the nominee.
June 30 of each calendar year