Request for 2015 Recognition Recommendations for the AMTA-IL Chapter
Submission Deadline: February 27, 2015
Annual Recognition offers the opportunity to celebrate the outstanding work of Massage Therapists in Illinois. Now is your chance to express the acknowledgement of a comrade, an educator, student or yourself who has contributed to the whole of our Massage Therapy Profession.
Here are the Nominating Recognition Categories:
To openly honor an AMTA-IL Chapter Member, acknowledging diligent volunteerism done in a generous manner and deserving of National recognition. Recipient must be an active AMTA-IL member.
To openly honor and acknowledge an individual or group who has contributed significantly to the Growth and Continuity our Massage Therapy Profession through Chapter Growth, Community Outreach, Research, Government Relations, Media and/or other Worthy Venues. Recipient can be a part of the larger massage community; not required to be an AMTA-IL member.
To openly honor and acknowledge the “heart” of massage in action by an individual or group that has served a particular group of people in need (ie: veterans, working with cancer survivors or helping homeless, etc.), going above and beyond with a compassionate heart. Recipient can be a part of the larger massage community; not required to be an AMTA-IL member.
To openly honor a Current Student (or Student who has graduated in the past 6 months) who has provided exceptional accomplishments in one or more of the following areas: 1) Community Building, 2) Community Volunteerism, or 3) Educational Advancement. Must be a Student at the time of service. Recipient can be of the larger massage community; not required to be an AMTA-IL member.
Massage Therapy Educator Leadership
To openly honor and acknowledge a Massage Therapy Educator who has provided inspiration and respectful leadership for their students’ continual growth & knowledge. Recipient can be of the larger massage community; not required to be an AMTA-IL member.
To openly honor and acknowledge a Massage Therapy Practitioner who had made major contributed early in the development of the Massage Therapy Profession. Recipient can be of the larger massage community; not required to be an AMTA-IL member.
Please use the online form below for your nominations.
These materials are all taken into consideration by the judges, and their decision is final.