Presentation on theme: "Texas State Achievement Awards Presented by Texas State Achievement Committee Lubbock, Texas 2014."— Presentation transcript:
Texas State Achievement Awards Presented by Texas State Achievement Committee Lubbock, Texas 2014
State Committee Chair, Pat Osborne Ellen Buchhorn Gretchen Dupnik Ruth Hull Jeanie Stiles
Inclusion Activity When you entered, you were given a small card. Read your quote to yourself. Decide how it applies to you. Share with your neighbor your thoughts. How does it connect to DKG Society?
Make a Connection How can you use an activity like this in your chapter?
Inspire: to breathe new life into….. Who inspires you… In the world In your chapter In our state What about DKG inspires you?
Encourage Your Member’s Achievement Recognize individuals who have accomplished something in their work field Give out certificates for small achievements Present members with a special RED or GOLD ribbon Pay It Forward….help someone without being asked Each One Reach One give everyone a sticky note, have them write a note to their neighbor and exchange it Set up telephone calls just to say hello, how’s it going Give members who have made a milestone a special “key” for being outstanding
What do you do in your chapter?
Where do I find the information needed to nominate a member? Go to Scroll down left side to committees Go to Achievement Awards Committee There you will find all the information and the necessary outlines
State Achievement Award Nominees must: Have served as Chapter President Demonstrated good attendance Completed two or more leadership roles at the state level Such as: Area Coordinator State Chair Served as a Director or Officer on ASTEF for a minimum of two years
Golden Rose Award Nominees must: Be members who are not eligible for the State Achievement Award Have good attendance and participation at the chapter level Have given years of service at the state level through Workshop participation Committee work Attendance at Delta Kappa Gamma Conventions
Required information Completed outline format Photograph of nominee An endorsement letter from Chapter Executive Board Submit electronically to: Deadline: February 1
Guess who said this? Be progressive. Keep up with the moving world while not discarding what in the world has value. Don’t cling to the old when its worth has passed. Don’t be a person so set in your views that nothing can change you.