Student Organization Officer of the Year
This award is presented to a Warrington student organization officer who has made significant contributions to their organization and has exceeded the basic requirements of their position. Both self-nominations and other nominations are encouraged.
For the award application, you will need to complete the following:
- Submit the online application form. All applications are due at 11:59PM on February 6th.
- You will attach your essay (required) and any additional letters of support (encouraged) to this form.
Explain why you believe that this student should be considered for Student Organization Officer of the Year. Please include the following in your application:
- In no more than two pages double spaced, please address the following:
- How the officer supported the goals and mission of the organization.
- Concrete examples of how the officer’s actions, efforts, and contributions significantly benefited the organization and/or were beyond the scope of their duties.
- How the officer displayed leadership, teamwork, and commitment.
- The overall impact of the officer’s service to the organization, college, or community.
- Letters of support are encouraged, but not required. Maximum of two letters, each limited to one page.
- If you are also applying for awards that require a PowerPoint presentation, please do not address this award in your presentation.
Selection Process & Criteria
An officer will be selected for this award by a selection committee consisting of Heavener staff members. Applicants will be selected based on the following criteria
- Does the application adhere to proper formatting requirements listed above?
- Is there evidence of the officer’s actions, efforts, and contributions that significantly benefit the organization beyond the scope of their duties?
- Is there evidence of this officer’s service to the organization, college or community?
- Is there evidence this officer displayed leadership, teamwork and commitment?
- Is there evidence the officer has gone above and beyond the call of duty to advance the mission of their organization, as evidenced in ways including but not limited to; acquiring new skills; membership engagement; innovation; leadership development; and cross-campus collaboration and relationship building?