Wayne Nightingale Achievement Award

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

The NBTF Board of Directors is always seeking nominations of candidates for the Wayne Nightingale Achievement Award. This award has been created to recognize and honour a person (or persons) who has (have) demonstrated unusual dedication and an outstanding contribution to the NBTF. Any active member, NBTF Staff Officer or governing body or Committee member of the NBTF can nominate a candidate.


 
Suggested Criteria for the nomination

Actions that constitute performance beyond standards, such as:

  • Producing high quality work over an extended period of time
  • Providing advice and leadership willingly for the benefits of the membership
  • Demonstrating an exceptional contribution toward the effectiveness and efficiency of the operational requirements of the NBTF
  • Contributing in an exceptionally supportive manner to the mission of the NBTF

 
Information to Be Provided in the Nomination Petition

It will be incumbent on the nominator(s) to do a particularly careful and thorough job of documenting the nomination. Include letters of support if available.

Nominations can be received at all times. Please forward to:

The NBTF Co-Presidents
P.O. Box 1535
650 Montgomery Street
Fredericton, NB  E3B 5G2
nbtf-fenb@nbtffenb.ca

Call Geneviève Mélançon at 506-452-1765 for further information.


 
Selection Procedure

All nominations will be reviewed by the NBTF Executive Committee who will make its recommendation at the NBTF Board of Directors meeting in February of each year.

The Wayne Nightingale Achievement Award is typically presented during the April meeting of the NBTF Board of Directors.

This procedure will be in effect only when nominations are received.


 
Award

A piece of art valued at $500.


NOMINATION FORM WAYNE NIGHTINGALE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Name of individual or organization
  • A statement of nomination (max. 250 words) describing why the individual is deserving of this award
  • Letter of support (minimum of one (1) and a maximum of two (2) single‐page)