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Awards – Nomination Form


Chapter Awards are given to acknowledge individuals for outstanding performance, achievement or service to the Utah Chapter, or other qualities beneficial to the Chapter, or the profession.

Utah Chapter Awards Selection and Nomination Form

This form must be completed as concise and thorough as possible. The recipient will be selected solely by the information submitted on this form. The spelling that you provide for the nominee’s name will be used on the award. Please be sure the spelling is exact.

If selecting "Other" write your suggestion and description of the award below.
Type here what outstanding qualities or characteristics that distinguish the nominee for this award.

Award Details

Certificate of Appreciation

Purpose

  • To openly honor recipient(s) who have contributed to the massage profession
  • To acknowledge diligent volunteerism done in an altruistic manner
  • To acknowledge someone who has bridged the gap between AMTA and/or massage and other associations and/or professions

History

  • The Certificate of Appreciation Award was founded in 1996
  • Has been given on an as needed basis since that time
  • There has been more than one (1) recipient in a given year
  • Recipient(s) name(s) are kept with staff, Awards Chair or assignee

Qualifications

  • Recipient(s) do not need to be AMTA members or massage therapists
  • This award may be given posthumously
  • Recipient(s) are to have contributed to enrich the lives of others and promote the awareness of massage, which may or may not include massage
  • nominations form

Chapter Meritorious Award – National Level

Purpose

  • To openly honor an AMTA member
  • To acknowledge diligent volunteerism done in an altruistic manner

History

  • Award established in 1969
  • Has been given annually since that time

Qualifications

  • Active member in AMTA for at least one (1) year
  • Only one (1) nominee from each Chapter can be a recipient
  • nominations form

President’s Award

Purpose

  • To openly honor recipient(s) who have contributed to the massage profession in an outstanding manner
  • To acknowledge diligent volunteerism done in an altruistic manner
  • To enable the Chapter President to give an award to (a) recipient(s) who seem(s) worthy
  • This award is selected by the Chapter President

History

  • The Chapter President’s Award for Chapters founded in 1996
  • Recipient(s) name(s) to be kept in minutes of any given meeting

Qualifications

  • The recipient does not have to be member of AMTA or a massage therapist
  • There may be no more than one (1) recipient selected in any given year
  • This award may be given posthumously
  • Recipient(s) must contribute to the massage profession in outstanding manner
  • Recipient(s) shall not have received this award in the previous year
  • Recipient may receive only one chapter individual award in any given year
  • nominations form

Retiring Board Member, Committee Chair or Delegate Recognition

Purpose

  • To openly honor a Chapter Officer and/or Board member retiring from said position
  • To acknowledge service within a specified board position at the end of said service

History

  • Award established in 1996
  • Award is given annually at the discretion of the Chapter President and/or Board of Directors
  • Award is selected and kept unannounced until time of presentation
  • Award given to more than one (1) recipient per year
  • Recipient(s) name(s) printed in the Chapter newsletter

Qualifications

  • Meet all qualifications of office/board position held
  • In good standing at the time of award consideration
  • This award may be given posthumously
  • May include but is not limited to Chapter officer/board member who is proceeding to further Chapter officer/board position
  • Nominated by any Chapter member
  • Approved by the Chapter President and/or the Board of Directors
  • nominations form