Achievement & Recognition Awards

Award Recipeints

Each year, CASE District I recognizes outstanding individual contributions to education through volunteer leadership and professional achievement with six awards. Nominations are sought from throughout the membership, and recipients are honored at the annual District I Achievement and Recognition Awards Celebration, which gathers together district leaders, volunteers, and conference attendees for a memorable evening. The awards bestowed on District I members include the Chief Executive Leadership Award, the Distinguished Friend of Education Award, the Eleanor Collier Award, the Carol and Stephen Hebert Award, and the Rising Star Award. Additionally, those who have completed 25 years of service for nonprofits in the professions encompassed by CASE are added to the Quarter Century Circle.

District I Achievement and Recognition Awards Celebration

Wednesday, January 25, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Westin Copley Place, Boston, MA 

Separate registration for this event is required. $50 for the CASE District I Achievement and Recognition Awards Celebration for conference attendees and $75 for individuals not attending the conference.

You can include the purchase while completing your conference registration. If you’ve decided to attend after you’ve completed the conference registration or if you are not attending the conference, register for the Awards Reception here.

The Rising Star Award recognizes the accomplishments of new advancement professionals whose early success promises future leadership and achievement.

The Quarter Century Circle Award honors those who have completed 25 years of service for nonprofit organizations in the professions encompassed by CASE.

The Carol and Stephen Hebert Award recognizes distinguished service to CASE District I and is presented to a member who has exhibited an extraordinary devotion of time and energy to District I affairs.

The Eleanor Collier Award is presented to a current member of CASE District I whose contribution to his or her organization and/or to the professions encompassed by the membership reflect honor on CASE, education, and those fields of professional expertise.

The Distinguished Friend of Education Award is presented to a volunteer who has made outstanding contributions to education in District I. The award honors an individual whose extraordinary leadership has influenced an institution’s cause or the cause of education in general.

The Chief Executive Leadership Award has been established to honor institutional leaders for outstanding contributions to their campus communities, for efforts promoting public understanding of education, and for support of advancement at their campuses. Nominees must have demonstrated the ability to increase their institution’s stature in the community and to establish a positive image for their institution while leading it to even higher levels of success.

You can nominate individuals for a 2017 Achievement and Recognition Award until Friday, October 14, 2016.