This form was created to solicit brothers nominations for all the awards for achievement week. Please complete the below form and submit it to the Achievement Week Committee. It will be active Sept 6th thru October 11th for brothers to provide their nominations.
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Colonel Charles Young Military Leadership Award
1. Nominees must be financial and in good standing on the Chapter, District and International Levels. 2. Nominees must be in the Reserves, National Guard, or on Active Duty with any branch of the US Armed Service during the period in which he is nominated. 3. Nominees can be considered no more than one (1) year after retirement and/ or separation. 4. Retired/ separated nominees must have served honorably. 5. Nominees must have demonstrated meritorious service as well as outstanding leadership characteristics during the period in which they were nominated. 6. Nominees must not have any pending UCMJ actions, flags, or any unfavorable procedures taken during the period in which they are nominated. (Required for ORB/ERB to validate that the nominee is not involved in UCMJ action or review.) 7. Nominees’ rank is not a consideration for this award (nominees can be enlisted, warrant officer, or a commissioned officer). 8. Nominees must have made outstanding contributions to the Fraternity at the Chapter, District, International levels (Chapters/District are expected to support all International and District mandated programs) and the military. 9. Nominees must have served in a manner above and beyond the ordinary participation levels necessary to implement programs and projects. Nominees must be involved with the organization, planning and implementation of programs and projects. 10. Documentation associated with this award must demonstrate the nominee’s activities and be certified by the Basileus and Keeper of Records and Seal on the Chapter level.
Bro. Greg CodyBro. Lennard GilhamBro. Vincent HaslemBro. Derrick JaQuessBro. Malik PalmerBro. John PerryBro. Terrance SmileyBro. Tony WashingtonBro. Corey Williams
Citizen of the Year
The Citizen of the Year is selected each year from outstanding citizens nominated for unique contributions to humanity. The nominee should be a person of local, regional and International recognition and who are acclaimed by a significant segment of society for outstanding contributions to the welfare of mankind.
Superior Service Award
The Nominee for the Superior Service Award should be a Brother who has demonstrated a continuous spirit of Service toward the Fraternity and his Community. He should be recognized for his sustained concern and contributions to the Fraternity and the Community at the Chapter/Local, District/Regional, and International/National Levels.
Omega Man of the Year
The Graduate nominee should be a Brother who has made significant contributions to his Chapter, his District and on the International level of the Fraternity. This nominee should also be one who has made significant contributions to his community. Additionally, Nominees must have served in a manner above and beyond the ordinary participation levels necessary to implement programs and projects. Nominees should be involved in leadership roles regarding the organization, planning and implementation of programs and projects i.e. Hold Chapter/District/International office, and/or Committee Chairman Role. Nominee’s Chapter and District must support ALL Fraternity Mandated Programs. Additionally, the nominee must be financial at the Chapter, District, and International levels during the immediate year prior to the award and the year of the award. The exception would be if he were not a member of the Fraternity in the prior year.
Founders’ Lifetime Achievement Award
The nominee for the Founders’ Lifetime Achievement Award should be a Brother who exhibits the highest ideals of Omega’s Four Cardinal Principles - Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance and Uplift. The Brother should be recognized for his contributions to the Fraternity at the Chapter, District and International Levels for a minimum of 25 years of Membership. In addition, consideration should be given to his impact on society that has enhanced the welfare of mankind. Nominations should be accompanied by a concise and thorough documentation of the nominee’s sustained contribution and achievements to reflect lifelong service to the Fraternity.
Undergraduate Advisor of the Year
The Undergraduate Chapter Advisor of the Year Award will be given to a Brother who has demonstrated outstanding contributions and sustained concern for the activities of one or more Undergraduate Chapters. The successful candidate will have acted in a mentoring capacity, providing insight and guidance that has positively influenced Undergraduate Chapter Members to aspire to and achieve the ideals of the Fraternity and its mandated programs. The International Achievement Week Committee will evaluate nominations from the Districts based on the following criteria: (Documentation: Entries for this section should pertain to fraternal and community activities for the nominees and the affiliated Chapter(s) for the Undergraduate Chapter Advisor of the Year Award. The events should have taken place during the year under consideration and should serve to document the Brothers that have demonstrated leadership that extends beyond the community to include regional impact.) 1. Nominee must be financial on the Chapter, District and International levels 2. The Undergraduate Chapter must be in good standing with the 3. The Chapter(s) which the nominee advises must have made significant contributions to the Fraternity and/or community at local, District/state, and/or International levels (Chapters/District are expected to support all International and District mandated programs); 4. Nominees must have served in a manner above and beyond the ordinary participation levels necessary to implement programs and projects of the Undergraduate Chapter. 5. Documentation associated with this award must demonstrate the nominee’s activities and be certified by the Basileus and Keeper of Records and Seal on the Chapter level.
Bro. Landon EllisonBro. Reginald Johnson