2020 GOTA Award Nomination- Outstanding OT or OTA Student of the Year
Description
The Outstanding Occupational Therapy Student of the Year Award is an award of excellence bestowed upon an occupational therapy or occupational therapy assistant student in the State of Georgia.

Purpose
To honor an Occupational Therapy Student or Occupational Therapy Assistant Student who demonstrates leadership capacity in the area of service to the profession and to professional/student associations.

Minimal Requirements

The nominee must be a registered student at an OT or OTA program in the state of Georgia.

The nominee shall have demonstrated his or her commitment and dedication to the profession of occupational therapy through participation in leadership activities, advocacy for the profession, community service and/or education.

The nominee must be a current member of GOTA at the time of his or her nomination.

The nominee must be a member of the student association at his or her respective school.

Preference will be given to nominees who are also members of AOTA.
Information about the Nominee:
Nominee's Name *
Nominee's School *
Nominee's Email Address *
Nominee's Phone Number
Nominee is an OT or OTA student who is matriculating in the State of Georgia *
Is the nominee a GOTA member?
Clear selection
Describe how the nominee has made significant contributions to OT within their educational institution
Discuss the student's potential for leadership in the field of occupational therapy
Please tell us about yourself as the nominator in case we need to contact you:
Your Name *
Your Email Address *
Your Phone Number *
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