The Eastern District North Carolina Public Health Association recognizes it’s outstanding members at the EDNCPHA Awards Banquet during each annual Educational Conference.
It is time for EDNCPHA members to consider nominating a member worthy of recognition during the Annual Educational Conference being held April 29 – May 1, 2020 at the Ramada Plaza Nags Head Oceanfront in Kill Devil Hills. Eastern District has three awards that will be presented this year at the Awards luncheon on Wednesday.
There are many individuals and groups within the Eastern District Public Health Family that deserve to be nominated and there is no greater achievement than to be recognized by your peers for a job well done. We ask that you carefully consider potential candidates from your agency and submit a nomination for our consideration. Today, there are far too few opportunities to recognize our many public health professionals. Please take a minute to change that by taking time to nominate an employee or department.
Visit our Resources page for more information on Scholarships and Awards.
Scholarships are presented to public health workers residing in the fifty-five counties comprising the Eastern District North Carolina Public Health Association for graduate study, undergraduate study, and technical/associate degree or certificate in a public health discipline. These scholarships are presented on an annual basis.
The EDNCPHA member nominated for this award should have demonstrated outstanding achievement in a specific health related project, program, or activity within the past two years.
Priority will be given to selecting an individual who has been instrumental in providing significant local, regional, or state impact or the potential for such impact, as a result of implementing the project, program or activity.
The EDNCPHA member nominated for this award should have significant achievements during a career that is characterized by exemplary and sustained service to public health.
The agency or program nominated for this award should have health programming which is considered creative, innovative, efficient, and effective. Also, the health programming should have demonstrated community involvement, community impact, and has been or is planned to be an ongoing effort.
Today, there are far too few opportunities to recognize our many public health professionals. Please take a minute to change that by taking time to nominate an employee or department. Thank you in advance for taking the time to nominate a deserving person or group.
The nomination should be submitted in narrative form not to exceed two single-spaced typed pages. The deadline for receiving nominations is March 20, 2020.