2018 Greek Advisor Award Application
Annual Conference dues must be paid in full for the upcoming year in order to submit a 2018 Greek Advisor Award Application.
Advisors of students on the 2018 Conference Committee are not eligible.
THE APPLICATION MUST BE TURNED IN BY
January 19th at 5pm
If you have any questions, please contact: Emily Reich - 2018 Conference Coordinator at email@example.com.
Jane H. Sutton Advisor of the Year Award
The Jane H. Sutton Advisor of the Year Award was established in March 2002. Jane had served as the second NPC Liaison to the Annual Conference for Greek Women Leaders (formerly SEPC). She served in this capacity for six years, prior to being elected serving as Alpha Xi Delta National President, followed by serving as the National Panhellenic Conference President.
Upon learning of her new responsibilities as Alpha Xi Delta President, the Annual Conference Committee entertained many ideas to recognize her unwavering devotion to Panhellenic ideals and practices. Jane presented a tireless dedication to valuing the role of the Greek advisor on the college campus, as well as to promote collegiate women’s leadership development.
Jane H. Sutton provided the Annual Conference with an example for all those who had the privilege of serving together with her. Her uncanny ability to balance professional and personal life, hard work and fun, and affiliation and Panhellenic goals was extraordinary.
It is with this understanding and insight that the Jane H. Sutton Advisor of the Year is one of the highest honors given annually to a Greek Life Advisor who has served in the field of Greek Life for more than 3 years. The plaque bearing her name reads as follows:
“In recognition of an individual who goes above and beyond the duties as an advisor, supports and exemplifies the ideals of the Greek community, and promotes women’s leadership development throughout fraternal and campus communities.”
New Professional Award
Serving as a Greek Advisor on any college campus is rewarding and challenging. Often times the efforts and commitment to creating a positive Greek Life environment is overlooked in the first years of a professional career. The New Professional Award was established to recognize the dedication of a new professional with three or less years of experience in the field of Greek Life and has exemplified the ideals of Greek Life on the college campus.
CCWL is proud to recognize the new professionals who are investing in the lives of Greek women and men on college campuses. The New Professional Award plaque reads as follows:
“The award recognizes a new professional who supports and exemplifies the ideals of the Greek community and fosters a learning environment on the college campus.”
Name of Nominee:
University / College:
Please indicate the award that you are applying
(please only choose one):
1 – 3 years: New Professional of the Year
4 or more years: Jane H. Sutton Advisor of the Year Award
How many years has this individual served as the Greek advisor on the campus?
Has this nominee previously served as a Greek Advisor at another college/university?
The following are questions about the nominee. The role the Greek advisor plays in the daily operation of the Greek community.
1. Are there any programs or initiatives that the Greek advisor has implemented during his/her tenure that has promoted the Greek spirit among the community?
2. Describe an event or situation when he/she exhibited the characteristics of a role model leaving a lasting impact on the Greek community. Please specifically identify the ways in which the nominee exemplifies the criteria.
3. Describe in detail why the advisor nominee deserves to be recognized.
Name of person submitting application:
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