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The Emma Marie Baird Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service - Eligibility

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Eligibility will be determined by measuring contributions against the level of achievement defined below.

  1. Volunteered in ACS and/or served in a Family Readiness Group Leadership position for at least five years, and contributed a minimum of 3,750 hours.
  2. Nomination covers a minimum period of one year of service within the center submitting the nomination.
  3. Service or achievement has resulted in tangible and/or intangible benefits to the agency or community.
  4. Volunteer demonstrated a high degree of initiative and originality.

a. Volunteer exhibited leadership in performing assigned duties that resulted in improved productivity, or new or improved work methods, programs and/or services.


b. Volunteer provided outstanding leadership in planning, organizing, or directing a major program of importance or complexity.

  1. Nominees must have established a demonstrable pattern of excellence and achievement which will have been recognized previously by awards and must have the endorsement of the MACOM commander.
  2. Long periods of service do not, of themselves, constitute sufficient basis for conferring this award.