To qualify for the award, a Student Chapter must submit a report using the format and submission process shown on this page. The page limit for the report is six pages including photographs.
In order to receive as many submissions as possible, ITE is stressing that reports will be assessed on the described activities only. Chapters should not be putting an excessive amount of time into the preparation of the report and its formatting. This also makes judging of the submissions an easier task.
The information should be submitted in the format of an Annual Report as a PDF to the District Award Coordinator by March 1.
Each District will select an outstanding Student Chapter for entry in the international competition. Districts may give more than one award; however, only a single entry from each District will be accepted at the international level. The award will be based on a year extending from March 1 to February 28. A Board of Direction Committee will select the International Award Winner. Each District Awards Coordinator will be responsible for uploading the necessary documentation no later than April 1.
The Chapter winning the award will be recognized at the ITE Annual Meeting and Exposition Awards Luncheon and in the ITE Journal. In addition, a travel reimbursement up to $1,000 to attend the meeting as well as a free Annual Meeting Registration and a ticket to the Awards Luncheon will be given.
Submittals shall follow the format of an Annual Report, summarizing Chapter activities in the previous year. Do not exceed five pages in length (for text) and one additional page of photographs. Reports should address how the Chapter supported the overall goals and objectives of ITE, addressing key factors, including:
In this format, please list your regular member meetings: Meeting # ____ Dates of meetings: ____ Location (City): ____ Presentation/speaker: ____
Was this a joint meeting with another group(s)? Describe one or two meetings that were particularly well received by your members.
Did you file an Annual Report and include elected officers?