Charles v. Culbertson Outstanding Volunteer Service Award Criteria
This program provides special recognition for outstanding service to the Society at the national level. This special recognition award shall be called the Charles V. Culbertson Outstanding Volunteer Service Award. Special individual work accomplishments at the national level deserve recognition, both to reward these special efforts, as well as encourage others to establish higher personal goals in Society activity.
All Society Committee members, Practice Specialty officers, and elected officers are eligible, except the President, President-Elect, Senior Vice President and Past Presidents.
Nomination of Candidates
Nominations must be by the Board member responsible for the functional area in which the candidate works. Any member of the Society wishing to recommend someone should do so to the appropriate Board member. Nomination petitions are to be short and concise, limited to a maximum of two typewritten sheets. Petitions shall contain detailed data regarding the candidate’s contributions to the Society, including special individual project achievement, years of service, leadership activities, and/or other information.
Evidence should be provided which indicates that services and activities led to measurable, significant, positive and recognizable accomplishments, or caused significant development or improvement of a Society activity or unit. Only one of these criteria need to be met. These activities shall have occurred in the previous 12-month period prior to April.