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Afterschool Awards Guidelines 2010

Afterschool Awards Guidelines 2010

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Afterschool Awards of Excellence 2010 Guidelines
The
Arizona Center forAfterschoolExcellence
is a statewide advocate and information resource for out-of-school time programs in Arizona. With over 500 members in our network of afterschool providers (andgrowing), the Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence is committed to improving access to high quality out-of-school learning opportunities for all Arizona children and youth through professional development,advocacy, and community capacity building.The Center is proud to announce that
nominations are now open
for the
9
th
Annual Spotlight on Afterschool: Awards of Excellence Luncheon,
recognizing the outstanding contributions of afterschool staff, programs andleaders throughout the state of Arizona.One award will be made in each of the following categories:
 
Individual
 
Program
 
LeadershipEach recipient will receive:
 
A $500 cash award
 
A one year membership to the Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence
 
Paid registration to the annual Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence professional developmentconference
 
A certificate of recognition from Governor Jan BrewerRecipients will be honored at the Awards of Excellence Luncheon on Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at theArizona Biltmore Resort and at the Annual Conference at Phoenix Convention Center on Saturday, November20, 2010.Nominations are due by close of business
Monday, May 31, 2010.
 
2010 Spotlight on Afterschool Awards Luncheon
Wednesday, October 13, 201011:30 amArizona Biltmore Resort, Grand Ballroom2400 East Missouri AvenuePhoenix, AZ 85016
 
 
2010 Afterschool Awards of Excellence Descriptions
Afterschool Excellence Award
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Individual Award 
Staff members who have worked directly with children in an afterschool program for at least two years areeligible for the Individual Award. Nominees must work a minimum of ten hours a week as an employee of anafterschool program. The program can be public, private, faith-based, based in a school, neighborhoodlocation, or military base. A supervisor, parent, board member, school administrator or teacher, etc. mustsubmit the application on behalf of the nominee.Nominees must be an outstanding member of the profession whose work exemplifies afterschool bestpractices. His or her work must reflect inclusive understanding of the developmental needs of children, youthand families, continued professional development, and the highest standards of afterschool program quality.
Afterschool Excellence Award
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Program Award 
Individual program sites which have operated for at least two years are eligible for the Program Award. Theprogram can be public, private, faith-based, based in a school, neighborhood location, or military base. Aprogram director, supervisor, staff, parent, board member, school administrator or teacher, etc. may submitthe application on behalf of the nominee.Nominees are exemplary programs that use intentional programming and curriculum to meet the higheststandards of quality in the field, and demonstrate capacity to meet the developmental needs of children,youth and families in their community.
Afterschool Excellence Award
 –
 
 Jane Romatzke Leadership Award 
Afterschool leaders who have seven or more years experience in administering afterschool programsare eligible for the Leadership Award. Nominees must be an outstanding member of the profession whosework exemplifies afterschool best practices. The program can be public, private, faith-based, based in a school,neighborhood location, or military base. A supervisor, parent, board member, school administrator or teacher,etc. must submit the application on behalf of the nominee.Nominees will demonstrate inclusive understanding of the developmental needs of children, youth andfamilies, continued professional development, and the highest standards of afterschool program quality.He/she has made significant contributions over time to the afterschool field, for example: the nominee mightbe actively engaged with the Center or another youth development organization; provide training in theafterschool field; advocate for the afterschool movement and profession.

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