YMCA Professionals Network (YPN), Chapter 82 - Staff Recognition Nominations
Every day, our Y’s operate programs that make a difference in addressing holistic health for all, by strengthening the foundations of community through Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility. We would like to celebrate these efforts by recognizing the staff members working hard to move the needle in these areas. Please take a moment and recognize a staff member that you feel is helping the YMCA to strengthen our community through their work efforts.

These awards will be presented at the YPN Ch. 82 Fall Conference taking place in Walnut Creek, Oct 17-18.
Nominations are DUE by Sept 6th.

Please contact Meghan Case, YPN Ch 82 Recognition Chair if you have any questions.
mcase@ymcasf.org

Thanks and Happy Nominating!

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You can choose to nominate people in any category you want. It isn't necessary to nominate someone for every category.

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Presented to a staff member who has been with the Y for LESS than 2 years and has shown significant on the job achievement.

ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Presented to a staff member who has been employed with the Y for MORE than 2 years and demonstrated significant achievement or contribution to the Y movement in a given year.

LEADERSHIP AWARD
Presented to a full time staff member that has been employed with the Y for 10+ years that demonstrates leadership worthy of emulation by peers; is an example for others to follow; and a role model for YMCA professionals. This person fulfills our promise to effect lasting personal and social change in youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

HENRY J. MCCOY AWARD
Henry J. McCoy (1847-1921), was the 1st General Secretary of the San Francisco YMCA; a post he held from 1881 - 1915. McCoy was a dynamic leader who focused on educational, technical, and personality training for young men. He was among the 1st YMCA General Secretaries of a large city to develop multiple branches, serving members in different social communities; including the military. It was said of McCoy: “He was gifted with that type of personality which enabled him to go to rich men and ask for money, and make them feel he was doing them a favor.”

Presented to a current staff member that demonstrates excellent leadership and innovation in the development, promotion and operation of a YMCA program. This award is chosen by and presented by the YMCA Alumni, McCoy Chapter.
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ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
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HENRY J.MCCOY AWARD
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