ERICSA 2022 Recognition Awards - Call for Nominations

ERICSA Conference 2022 is fast approaching! 

An important part of the conference is recognizing the crème de la crème in our child support community through our recognition awards. 

We need your nominations!  

The nominations period is April 1st – April 22nd , and the Intergovernmental Cooperation Award deadline has been extended through May 6th. Submit your nominations here

Do not miss this opportunity to boast about the outstanding child support professionals with whom you work!    

Our three award categories are:

Award of Professional Excellence—Frontline Child Support Professional

This award recognizes a frontline child support professional, serving in a non-supervisory role, who was recommended by a child support professional from the same jurisdiction, for having made significant contributions to their local IV-D program and to the children and families they serve. This child support professional has made worthy contributions that build a stronger intergovernmental child support community by facilitating communication, developing, and advocating effective policy, or delivering innovative professional training in order to enhance the well-being of families.  

Award of Professional Excellence—Manager /Supervisor

This award recognizes a manager or supervisor child support professional, who was recommended by another child support professional from the same jurisdiction, for having made significant contributions to the IV-D intergovernmental program and to the children and families it serves. This supervisor or manager has made worthy contributions that build a stronger intergovernmental child support community by facilitating communication, developing, and advocating effective policy, or delivering innovative professional training in order to enhance the well-being of families.

Award of Professional Excellence—Intergovernmental Cooperation

This award specially recognizes a child support professional, in any role, who is recommended by a child support professional from a different jurisdiction, for having made significant contributions to the IV-D intergovernmental program and to the children and families it serves. This child support professional has made worthy contributions that build a stronger intergovernmental child support community by facilitating communication, developing, and advocating effective policy, or delivering innovative professional training in order to enhance the well-being of families that span over multiple jurisdictions.

Don’t wait!  Nominate that awesome someone today!

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