Committee on Regional Associations Award for Innovation Nomination

Committee on Regional Associations Award for Innovation Nomination
Guidelines

Definition


The Committee on Regional Associations Award for Innovation was established in 1998. It is given in recognition of associations who have developed new and innovative programming. Award recipients have included groups that created particularly engaging alumni education programs, as well as organizations that developed effective new ways to use technology in alumni outreach.

Eligibility


The award may be given to a Princeton regional association of any size that has recently developed a new or innovative aspect of its regional programming - an event or activity, communication tool, special outreach effort, etc.

Nominations


Nominations for the award shall be submitted in writing and may come from any source.

Selection


The Committee on Regional Associations shall meet to review nominations. Final selection shall be made by a vote of the members of CORA.

Award Timing


This award will be presented to the recipient at the Annual Alumni Council Reunion Luncheon.

Type of Award


The award shall consist of a citation. The name of the recipient association will be engraved on a plaque displayed at Maclean House.
Your Nomination
Name of Nominated Association:
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Description of Innovative Program:
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Last Name:
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