Nominate Someone for the “Nobel Prize” in Public Service!
The Jefferson Awards for Public Service were established to recognize and honor individuals whose community service efforts best exemplify dedication to enhancing the quality of life in their community. Pace University became a Champion of the Jefferson Awards for Public Service in 2008. Nominations are solicited from the university community and finalists are selected based on their personal, sustained commitment to service, and for the model of spirit and service they provide the university community.
Pace seeks nominations from university students, faculty, and staff for the 2014 Jefferson Awards for Public Service. If you or someone you know is making a difference in the community (whether they are doing it inside or outside Pace), nominate them today.
The nomination deadline has been moved this year to the fall semester and will be October 10, 2014.
Last year, there were 11 university Bronze Jefferson Award student, staff, and faculty recipients. Dean for Students on the Pleasantville campus, Lisa Bardill-Moscaritolo was also recognized as a Jefferson Awards Champion recipient at the Washington, D.C. Jefferson Awards National Ceremony.
The nomination form can be found here.
Questions about nominating an individual for the Jefferson Awards should be directed to Heather Novak, MPA, Associate Director, Center for Community Action and Research, Pleasantville, firstname.lastname@example.org, 914-773-3464 or Daniel Botting, MPA, Associate Director, Center for Community Action and Research, New York, email@example.com, 212-346-1791.
For more information about the Jefferson Award, visit http://jeffersonawards.org.