Records & Recognition
Records and Recognition is designed to help keep those important project records on file. Ideas for chapter histories come from this area, as do awards and incentive ideas. Twice a year chapter Presidents, State Delegates and Executive Council members complete Individual Evaluation Entries. The Year-End entries should be kept in the files to assist the next officer in that position. The Mid-Year entries are critiqued to assist in Year-End entry submissions. The Year-End entries are judged and keys are awarded based on the accomplishments recorded in the entries. The Records and Recognition State Program Manager (SPM) coordinates and promotes the chapter Success System submissions.
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Contact me with any questions you have! Submit SUCCESS electronically!
100 points: Complete an extension
50 Points: 100% retention and 5 new members
50 Points: Have 3 or more members complete the Outstanding Achievement in Programming (verified by IVP and/or EVP)
must send copies of certifications to one of the VPs
50 Points: Submit a nomination
for the Community Connection award (verified by CC SPM)
Note: There is a 100 point maximum on Presidential Bonus Points.
Success Forms are due postmarked
on or before April 30, 2013.
Chapter history forms are a useful way to keep track of the year’s awards, chapter members and officers. Keeping these forms will enable quick reference when filling out forms nominating your members for different awards.
The check-off list encourages you to find your chapters' manuals, important papers and other things that your chapter will need sometime during the year. Did you know that each chapter has one copy of each of the manuals available? There is a manual for each of your board members. Do you know where your manuals are? How about your current declaration of insurance? Do you know your chapter Federal ID number or where to find it if it is needed? Each chapter should complete this Chapter Check-off list with your board members and send it to our Records & Recognition SPM.
Chapters want to know what your chapter is doing. Here is your chance to share your amazing projects with other chapters! When you run a project you can submit it to the proper state program manager and to the R&R SPM. Each trimester, each SPM will pick a project that will be recognized at convention. All projects submitted will be add to the R&R web page.
The United States Women of Today have a program called Project Recognition. There are two times during the year that these are accepted and judged on the US level. These are to be submitted to the US Programming VP. Projects are entered into one of six categories and judged according to a standard set of guidelines. If you have completed the Project Report, you have all the information needed to submit a US Project Recognition to the USWT. Please contact our Records & Recognition SPM if you would like help with submitting this to the USWT.