1922 Award Nomination Form

The 1922 Award recognizes a member who has demonstrated leadership, commitment, and fortitude in service of union values and priorities to achieve positive and sustained change for current and future union members.

The information provided as part of the nominations package will be received by the Executive Director and forwarded to the 1922 Award Committee for consideration.

If you have questions or require more information, please send an email to 1922award@mbteach.org


NOMINATOR

NOMINEE

NOMINATION STATEMENT

Describe the nominee’s leadership, commitment, and fortitude in service of union values and priorities. Specify whether they have occurred over time or as a single action. Explain how the nominee has influenced positive, sustained change for current and future union members. Union values and priorities may include, but are not limited to: Solidarity (coordinating communication, strategy, activism among members and allies to advance the work), Democracy (using voice and action to advance the mission of unionism) and Participation (raising the profile of union, labour, justice, and public service policies and issues by being informed, sharing information, leading within the union).
1200 word count max.

LETTERS OF SUPPORT (3 max.)

Optional letters of support may be provided by up to three people who are not the nominator. Letter(s) of support must include contact information of the writer(s).
Upload Adobe PDF or MS Word DOC files only.
Upload Adobe PDF or MS Word DOC files only.
Upload Adobe PDF or MS Word DOC files only.

Selection Process

The 1922 Committee is responsible for reviewing all nominations and forwarding a final recommendation to Provincial Executive at the April meeting.

Unsuccessful nominees in any year will be automatically re-nominated for one year following the original nomination if they continue to meet the eligibility criteria.

Successful nominees will be notified by the Executive Director immediately following the April meeting of Provincial Executive.