Please vote for OAD Award
Name a person or organization for each award. Please submit your vote by April 1, 2017.
Hard of Hearing
Are you a member of OAD?
The following criteria must be met by each award recipient:
(1) He/She must be a resident of the State of Oregon.
(2) There shall be no restriction on a recipient’s ability to hear.
(3) The achievement for which the recipient is being honored must have occurred within the two calendar years before the biennial conference.
(4) No person or organization may be honored with more than one award at a given conference except for recipients of the NAD Golden Hand Awards.
(5) Nominations for award candidates must be submitted to the OAD Award Committee chairperson by April 2nd of the year of the state biennial conference.
Distinguished Service Award
This award is given to an individual (either deaf or hearing) or an organization that has made a direct difference in the deaf community. The contribution of this individual or organization need not be related to OAD.
Outstanding OAD Member Award
This award is given to an individual member of OAD who represents the qualities of OAD through his or her remarkable efforts or activities.
Outstanding Man Award
The award is given to a man who has served the deaf community by contributing his time and effort towards the improvement of OAD and the lives of the deaf in Oregon.
Outstanding Woman Award
The award is given to a woman who has served the deaf community by contributing her time and effort towards the improvement of OAD and the lives of the deaf in Oregon.
NAD Golden Hand Award Nominations Rules
(a) Any individual or organization which has served the deaf community in Oregon extraordinary service shall be considered for the award. The individual or organization must be a volunteer.
(b) Individuals or groups who are paid for activities for which they are nominated shall not be qualified. Programs under auspices of organizations with paid staff may be nominated, but the extent of salaried activities must be clearly indicated in the nomination statement.
(c) No one who serves on the panel of judges may submit entries.
(d) An individual or group may submit as many separate entries as desired..
(e) Volunteer activities must be performed within the state or local community.
The NAD Golden Hand Award is to identify a person or organization making meaningful changes for the deaf community in Oregon. This award can be awarded to the individual or organization currently actively involved in a service for the betterment of the deaf and hard of hearing people in their community.
The remaining nominees shall automatically be given the Recognition/Appreciation Award.
NAD Golden Hand Award
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