National Image Award Programs    Deadline June 30, 2020

Civilian Awards and Military Awards

 

 

      

 

 

CIVILIAN AWARDS 

 

Purpose: To recognize the accomplishments and commitment of Agencies and individuals who support and significantly contributed to the mission of National Image Inc. in providing equitable treatment in the recruitment, hiring, retention and advancement/career development of Hispanics and others. The Award category are:

 

WOMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD

 

National Image is soliciting nominations for the Woman of the Year Award. The Woman of the Year Award honors an individual who has significantly contributed to the Hispanic Community and Federal workforce. Anyone may be submitted for this award.  Submit the nomination form and provide a narrative on how the person has made contributions and their significant to the Hispanic community and federal workforce.

 

HISPANIC EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM MANAGER (HEPM)

 

National Image Inc. is soliciting nominations for the Hispanic Employment Program Manager (HEPM) of the Year. The HEPM of the Year Award honors an individual who has significantly contributed to increasing Hispanic representation in the federal workforce. Anyone in a HEPM or collateral HEPM/SEPM position who manages the responsibilities and duties of HEPM may be submitted for this award. Submit the nomination form and provide a narrative on how the person has made contributions and their significant results increasing Hispanic representation in the federal workforce.

 

AGENCY AWARD 

 

National Image Inc. is soliciting nominations for the Federal Agency Award.  The Agency Award recognized an agency that demonstrates personal commitment to National Image Inc’s goal of increasing and maintaining the Hispanic workforce representation to be reflective of the relevant labor market; assisting the workforce in overcoming discrimination and eliminating barriers that hinder equal opportunity for Hispanics’ and other minorities in the Federal government. Demonstrated innovative and aggressive Hispanic recruitment programs including partnership with organizations and public schools having a high Hispanic enrollment representation.   Agency organized program activities that promote equal opportunity for Hispanics and other minorities in the Federal government through innovative community and educational outreach programs. 

 

Promoting and encouraging agency personnel to participate in program activities benefiting career development of American Indians and promote awareness of Hispanic culture and history.  Agency recognizes subordinate employee achievements in recruiting, retaining, and providing career advancement opportunities of Hispanics through publicity and awards.  Submit the nomination form and provide a narrative on how the Agency has made contributions and their significant results in the employment of Hispanic through recruitment, hiring, retention and career development.

 

LEADERSHIP

 

Support the goals of National Image Inc. by actively displaying exceptional leadership qualities that inspire others to support National Image Inc’s goals and promote support of program amongst agency personnel.  Demonstrates personal commitment to National Image Inc’s goal of increasing and maintaining the Hispanics representation  in the agency’s workforce and MD-715 program areas including overall representation , recruitment, hiring, promoting and training of Hispanics.  Participate as a workshop presenter, mentor and/or advisor to Hispanics emphasis committees and individuals. Submit the nomination form and provide a narrative on how the person has made contributions and their significant to the Hispanic workforce.

 

Event and Date:

 

The Woman of the Year Award, the Hispanic Employment Program Manager, Agency and Leadership Awards will be presented at the 2020 National Image Inc., 48th National Training Program, CEO Awards and Recognition Reception on September 02, 2020

 

Eligibility Period for Awards: January 01, 2018 – December 31, 2019.

 

Submission Deadline: June 30, 2020.

Please send nominations package in pdf format to: svp.hispanic.image@gmail.com  

 

Points of Contact: E-mail address questions and inquiries to:  svp.hispanic.image@gmail.com 

2020 Cilian Award Transmittal template
2020 Civilian Award Transmittal Form.doc[...]
Microsoft Word document [124.1 KB]

MILITARY AWARDS

 

2020 MILITARY UNIFORMED SERVICES & CIVILIAN MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARDS

 

We are soliciting nominations for the 2019 Military/Uniformed Services & Civilian Meritorious Service Award. The base period of performance shall be the period October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2019 or Calendar Year of 2019.

 

Purpose: The Military/Uniformed Services & Civilian Meritorious Service Awards honor military/ uniformed services members and civilians, men and women, who have supported their component mission, overseas contingency operations, or whose attributes best epitomized the qualities and core values of their respective component.

 

Event and Date: The award will be given out at the 2020 National Image Training Program to be held from August 31 – September 03, 2020 at La Quinta Inn and Suites San Antonio Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas.

 

Eligibility: One award each to uniformed members of the Air Force Active, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, Army Active, Army Reserve, Army National Guard, Navy Active, Navy Reserve, Marine Corps Active, Marine Corps Reserve, Coast Guard Active, and Coast Guard Reserve. One award each to a civilian of the Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Defense Agencies, DOD Field Activities, and Combat Support Agencies. Total awards: Military/Uniformed Services 12 and civilians 8.

 

Eligibility Period: October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2018 or Calendar Year of 2019.

 

Submission Deadline: June 30, 2020  

Please send nominations package in pdf format to evp.hispanic.image@gmail.com

 

Point of Contact:   Sylvia Chavez-Metoyer,  619-829-1999 or evp.hispanic.image@gmail.com

 

Process:

  1. Components should one select award winner for each applicable category based upon set criteria and send award winner packages to awards.hispanic.image@gmail.com by June 30, 2019.
  2. Component Diversity or Service MEO office may forward nomination packages directly to awards.hispanic.image@gmail.com  by June 30, 2020.

 

Nomination/winner packages shall include, at minimum, the items listed below. Incomplete packages shall not be considered.

 

  1. Cover or transmittal memorandum (service component format).
  2. Award Nomination Transmittal Form (see below format).
  3. A narrative describing the award winner’s accomplishments warranting the recognition specific to the award as a Microsoft Word document not to exceed two pages (single-spaced, 12-pitch font, with 1 inch left and right margins). Please do not send scanned or PDF documents.
  4. An award citation highlighting the award winner’s accomplishments as a Microsoft Word document (single-spaced, not to exceed twelve lines of narrative, 12-pitch font, with 1 inch left and right margins). Please do not send a scanned or pdf document.
  5. A single-spaced biography of the award winner not to exceed one page.
  6. A digital head and shoulders color or black-and-white photograph of the award winner (.jpg format preferred).

 

General Evaluation Criteria (in any of the following areas):

 

  1. The nominee fostered an innovative and harmonic environment between the military/uniformed service and Hispanic-American civilian community.
  2. The nominee distinguished himself or herself by promoting the tenets of civil/human rights, equal opportunity, human relations, and/or public service.
  3. The nominee displayed exceptional character that distinguishes an individual as an outstanding leader, role model or mentor by promoting the development or advancement of all military/uniformed services personnel including women and minorities.
  4. The nominee contributed to the equal opportunity for selection, promotion or retention of women and minorities in senior grade level positions and under-represented occupations.
  5. The nominee believed in and practiced the tenets of a democratic society, including the U.S. Constitution—the belief that all people are created equal, and that freedom is a right that must be protected at all times.
  6. The nominee assisted in overcoming discrimination and eliminating barriers that hinder equal opportunity for all members of the Armed Forces/Uniformed Services and civilians including women and minorities in the Armed Forces/Uniformed Services.
  7. The nominee supported the full integration and promotion of all component personnel to include minorities and women within the Armed Forces/Uniformed Services and civilian workforce.
  8. The nominee created opportunities that support and contribute to the mentorship, development, advancement or retention of all personnel including women and minorities in government service consistent with merit principles.
  9. The nominee created job or training opportunities that will support and contribute to advancement of all members including women and minorities in the Armed Forces/Uniformed Services or civilian workforce.
2020 Mil Award Transmittal Template
To be completed with all nominations.
2020 Mil Award Transmittal.docx
Microsoft Word document [202.0 KB]

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