Chandler — From student leaders and transformative educators, innovative employers, hard-working employees to outstanding volunteers, Chandler’s Disability Awareness Awards enable communities to share and recognize worthy individuals and help others You can inspire people.
The Mayor’s Committee on Disabilities is seeking nominations for the 31st Annual Disability Awareness Awards. Nomination forms are available online at chandleraz.gov/DisabilityAwarenessAwards and must be submitted by Friday, February 3rd.
There is no charge to nominate someone or an organization for an award. Awards are open to all Chandler Community members.
There are five categories:
• Student of the Year Award – Awarded to students who have excelled beyond their stated limits.
• Educator of the Year Award – given to individuals who have worked in the field of training or educating people with disabilities.
• Volunteer of the Year Award – Awarded to individuals who consistently provide excellent service to people with disabilities.
• Employee of the Year Award: Awarded to employees who have overcome obstacles and excelled in their work.
• Employer of the Year: Awarded to employers who have successfully integrated employees with disabilities into the workplace and their business.
The complete nomination packet includes the official nomination form and supplementary details describing the specific achievements and contributions of the nominee to qualify for the award. Specific guidelines are also available online.
Winners will be honored by Mayor Kevin Hartke and the City Council at City Council on Thursday, February 23rd.
For more information about the award or nomination process, please email email@example.com or call 480-782-2709.