Awards

This year at the National IMPACT Conference, we will honor those individuals and programs whose efforts and contributions have fulfilled the mission and vision of our organization and the communities in which they serve through their outstanding work. You may nominate yourself and your programs and/or another individual and their programs.

To submit your nomination: Nominations for the 2018 IMPACT Awards will open later in the year. Check back around September for more information.

Nomination letters should include: the nominee’s name, telephone number and email address; an outline of the person or program’s contributions based on the criteria for the award; and any additional materials to support the nomination. If nominating yourself, please include a letter(s) of support. Nominees may be contacted for additional information. Award winners will be notified so they can make plans to attend the conference.

 

Please nominate colleagues and/or programs which fit the following categories:

John Sarvey Administrator of the Year Award

This award honors the life and work of one of the National IMPACT Conference’s early founders, John Sarvey. The award recipient exemplifies a commitment to the mission and values of the Impact Conference through significant, continued, and unselfish service and leadership. An ideal candidate’s efforts would benefit college students, professionals in the field and community members.

Student of the Year

This award is designed for a current undergraduate student who exemplifies a commitment to the mission and values of the Impact Conference through significant, continued, and unselfish service and leadership.

Service Program of the Year

This award recognizes a campus based program which models student-led direct community service that has in some way contributed to making their campus and communities a better place for everyone.

Action Program of the Year

This award recognizes a campus based program which models student-led direct action work which has in some way contributed to making their campus and communities a better place for everyone.

Advocacy Program of the Year

This award recognizes a campus based program which models student-led advocacy work which has in some way contributed to making their campus and communities a better place for everyone.

 

Learn more about our 2017 winners here and our 2016 winners here.