CHAPTER AWARDS

All Brothers and Chapters vying for Awards must know that the judging process will have increased emphasis on active participation in the National Programs and the Projects of the Fraternity. The Awards Committee does not accept responsibility for the safety of any of the items on display. Displays maybe accompanied by electronics, but the Awards Committee will assume no responsibility for these items.



OUTSTANDING ALUMNI BROTHER OF THE YEAR
1. Contributions to Alpha at all levels (participation and involvement in chapter, state/district, regional and national activities-     delegate to conventions, offices held, committee served on as a member or chairman, etc.)

2. Contribution to community(list and show documentation-church, business, civic associations, political, personal/social services)
3. Awards and achievements(list with documentation)
4. Years of active participation in Alpha at all levels(list with documentation)
5. Personal progress and service to Alpha brothers and chapters (Go-to-High-School, Go-to-College, Project Alpha, A Voteless People is a Hopeless People, MLK Jr. Memorial Project)
6. Regional Display(Presentation of material-neat, logical, relevant, attractive)
7. Interview



THE AUGUSTUS M. WITHERSPOON LEADERSHIP AWARD
Brothers in contention for this Award should present a documented record of:
1. Leadership positions held in Alpha locally, regionally and nationally. Positions may be elected and/or appointed
2. Any leadership offices held in community, civic or other organizations. Positions can be elected and appointed
3. Ongoing involvement in groups where leadership occurred. This can include service as a member and in a leadership position
4. Effects of candidate influence on the groups and the individuals of involvement
5. Any leadership mentoring: peer-to-peer or senior to junior type
6. Cover the most recent three to five years period of service
7. Contestant Interview



The entrants for this Award shall display documentation to this Awards Committee in accordance with rules and regulations stated.  All the documentation shall be contained in one 3-ring lose-leaf binder (only one 3” binder per candidate). The candidate should be prepared to make and oral presentation (3-5 minutes) to the Awards Committee.



OUTSTANDING ALUMNI CHAPTER OF THE YEAR
1. Contribution to the growth of Personal Service to Chapter Members (same as for College Chapter)
2. Contribution to the Community’s Economic Development (Civic leadership/development, job assistance, campaign worker, civic organizations, service foundations/organizations, etc.)
3. Awards and achievements (list with documentation)
4. Years of active participation in Alpha at all levels (list with documentation)
5. Personal progress and service to Alpha brothers and chapters (Go-to-High-School, Go-to-College, Project Alpha, A Voteless People is a Hopeless People)
6. Regional Display (Presentation of material-neat, logical, relevant, attractive)
7. Interview



THE CHARLES H. WESLEY BROTHERHOOD AWARD

(AWARDED FOR JOINT INITIATIVES BETWEEN COLLEGE ANII ALUMNI CHAPTERS)

1. Participation in Alpha National Programs and Special Projects (list number of programs and years undertaken as joint projects with documentation)
2. Collaboration in the planning and implementation of Alpha functions(i.e. Founder’s Day events, Black and Gold Balls, MLK Breakfast and church services, etc. (provide documentation of events)
3. Recognition of progress and service to and from chapters (i.e. plaques, certificates, sponsorship of events, scholarships, etc.)
4. Chapter registration at past conferences and conventions for chapters involved (provide documentation)
5. Regional display (Presentation of material-neat, logical, relevant, attractive)
6. Interview



CHARLES W. GREEN AWARD OF MERIT 

(COMPETITION DOES NOT EXTEND DEYOND THE REGIONAL LEVEL)

1. Contributions to Alpha at all levels (participation and involvement in chapter, state/district, regional and national activities-delegate to conventions, offices, held, committee served on as a member or chairman, etc.)
2. Contributions to community (list and show documentation-church, businesses, civic associations, political, personal/social services
3. Awards and achievements (list with documentation)
4. Years of active participation in Alpha at all levels (list with documentation). Seven years consecutive post college years must be demonstrated
5. Personal progress and service to Alpha brothers and chapters (Go-to-High-School, Go-to-College, Project Alpha, A Voteless People is a Hopeless People)
6. Regional Display
7. Interview (Presentation of material-neat, logical, relevant, attractive)



**The time period for this award is to include the past seven years of service and achievements

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