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Call forNominations 2011 IMEA Awards Program


Te Illinois Music Educators Association is currently seeking nomi- nations for the following awards:


Presidential Award “Mary Hoffman” Award of Excellence Distinguished Service Award Outstanding Administrator Award Honorary Life Membership Award 25 Year Recognition Awards Collegiate Chapter Recognition Award


Once all nominations and the necessary supporting mate- rial have been received, a decision will be made by the Awards Committee and the IMEA Board of Directors. Te selected recipients will then be notified, in writing, and invited to receive the Award during the General Session of the 2012 Illinois Music Education Conference.


Te IMEA Awards Program supports our efforts to recognize outstanding achievements of peers, those preparing to be music educators, as well as those outside the music education profession. We strive to honor our most distinguished colleagues and increase the visibility of our most supportive benefactors.


Awards descriptions and nomination/application forms are avail- able in the Illinois Music Educator and as PDF files on the IMEA website (www.ilmea.org). Please take a moment to review each Award carefully. If you would like to make a nomination, please follow the directions given, and mail your completed nomination form and ALL supporting materials to:


Deborah Shofner, IMEA Awards Chair Kimball Middle School 451 N. McLean Blvd. Elgin, IL 60123


DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS Third Friday in October annually (October 21, 2011)


Only NAfME (formerly MENC)/IMEA members are eligible to submit nominations. Nominations received without the required supporting information may not be considered. Nominations must be submitted by current IMEA/NAfME members. Tese nominations will be considered for 2012 Illinois Music Education Conference presentation ONLY.


Presidential Award


Awarded to an individual, without restriction as to state or coun- try, who is deserving of very special recognition for outstanding service to music and music education. It is designed to salute and recognize an individual and is given only under special circum- stances. This Award is not necessarily an annual presentation and may be awarded outside the active teaching profession.


Required supporting materials: 1. Current vitae, including education and employment history.


2. Summary of achievements, contributions, or service to music and music education.


3. Three to five letters in support of the nomination are expected.


NOTE: The nominator should collect all the information and send the complete package to the Awards Chair by the third Friday in October annually. Incomplete nominations may not be considered.


Presidential Award Nomination Form


Date of submission _____/_____/_____


Nominee ______________________________________ Position ______________________________________ Address ______________________________________ City _______________ State ____ Zip __________ ) _______________


Phone (


Business/School Address ______________________________________


Nominator ______________________________________ Nominator NAfME Membership Number _______________ Title ______________________________________


Address ______________________________________ City _______________ State ____ Zip __________ ) _______________


Phone ( Email ________________________


________________________________________________ Nominator’s Signature


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