2009 Search For Most Outstanding Alumni The 80th Year Special
2009 Search for most outstanding alumni the 80th year special
The Search for the Most Outstanding Alumni recognizes the outstanding accomplishments and valuable contribution in the community of its graduates either from grade school, high school and college so that other alumni will be inspired, to emulate the ideals, values and standards passed on by the school to them throughout the years. It also showcases the exemplary characteristics of what it is to an outstanding alumnus or alumna.
The Search Committee believes that giving recognition to alumni would greatly challenge others to instill the value of excellence, commitment and integrity in life. This will also give them opportunity to refresh the glorious memories of their Alma Mater and strengthen the relationship with the school.
On its 80th
year of excellent service to the community,
WHO CAN BE NOMINATED
The Search for Most Outstanding Alumni is open to all ICC/ICC-La Salle/ LSU alumni of good moral character whose dedication to his/her profession or vocation has made significant contributions to the advancement of his/her calling, public welfare and national development.
1. The nominee must have manifested exemplary performance in public service in relation to community development.
He or she must not be a present employee of
3. He or she must not be a recipient of an award in the Search for Most Outstanding Alumni in the past 10 years.
4. He or she must not be a relative of any member of the Screening Committee within the third degree of affinity or consanguinity.
5. He or she must not have been found guilty and/or has no pending case of whatever nature at the time of nomination.
CRITERIA FOR THE SEARCH
The nominees for the Search shall be screened according to the following Criteria:
A. PERSONAL QUALITIES and CHARACTER ( 15 points )
- Model of morality and integrity both in private and public life
- Imbued with the Christian values of compassion, confidence, competence and commitment
- Established good human relations in the community
B. LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE ( 40 points )
- Introduced and implemented positive changes to the development of the community according to one’s professional expertise
- Participated actively in various programs, activities and projects locally, regionally, nationally or internationally
- Received awards, honors and recognition in the last 10 years from prestigious organizations/ institutions for his or her leadership and invaluable service to the community
C. SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT ( 35 points )
- Performed one’s responsibilities and duties for the common good of the community
- Active involvement in government, socio- civic, religious and or non-governmental organizations
D. PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS ( 10 points )
- received awards, honors and recognition for his or her remarkable contribution to his or her profession
- active membership in professional organizations.
1. The nominator shall only nominate one (1) nominee.
2. All required information must be provided and no item is left blank by the nominator and nominee, otherwise it will lead to disqualification.
3. Attachments to the nomination form must include the following:
Documents will be limited to ten (10) pictures, (2) posters, brochures, flyers, photocopied certificates of honors/ awards received and seminars/ conferences attended; other relevant materials may be included to support the nomination.
4. The nominator must cite in the nomination form the nominee’s scope of activity and exceptional character and performance to the community, as stipulated in the criteria and explain why he or she chooses the nominee on certain accounts
All Nomination forms shall be in MS Word document and Adobe Portable Data Format. Documents, forms and attachments must be in letter size 8.5” x 11”, font style ARIAL and size 12 points.
Nomination forms must be submitted on or before November 19, 2009 to:
RALPH OSCAR C. BAGABOYBOY
Director for Alumni Relations and External Linkages
Telefax: (088) 521-1010