Juvenile Court Judges Commission and PA Council of Chief Juvenile Probation Officers Professional Awards Program
PROFESSIONAL AWARDS The Juvenile Court Judges’ Commission and the PA Council of Chief Juvenile Probation Officers are pleased to announce that nominations are now being accepted for the following 2022 …
The Juvenile Court Judges’ Commission and the PA Council of Chief Juvenile Probation Officers are pleased to announce that nominations are now being accepted for the following 2022 Professional Awards Program:
Juvenile Probation Supervisor of the Year
Juvenile Probation Officer of the Year
Court Operated Program of the Year
Residential Program of the Year
Community-Based Program of the Year
Meritorious Service Award
Juvenile Court Support Service Award
Victim Advocate of the Year Award
Nomination forms and definitions for each award category are available on the JCJC website at www.jcjc.pa.gov. A Juvenile Court Judge from the county of origin must endorse the formal nomination material. All professional award nominations must be submitted via email by Monday, August 15,2022.
The Juvenile Court Judges’ Commission is now accepting nomination submissions for the Creative Expression Contest and the Outstanding Achievement Award. The requirements of each nomination are described below and included in the attached nomination forms. Please note that these forms are also available on the JCJC website at www.jcjc.pa.gov. All youth award nominations must be postmarked no later than Monday, August 15, 2022. Youth award winners will be honored during the Youth Awards Program at the 2022 James E. Anderson Pennsylvania Conference on Juvenile Justice on Wednesday, November 2, 2022, at the Harrisburg Hilton and Towers. The theme for this year’s Youth Awards Program is “Unfiltered: See Me, I Am Enough.”
Creative Expression Contest: In an effort to recognize the expanding and creative artistic talent of youth, the Creative Expression Contest will once again include either a Written, Poster, or Video entry in two age categories, fifteen (15) and under and sixteen (16) and over.
Outstanding Achievement Award: The Outstanding Achievement Award consists of a narrative description of a youth’s outstanding qualities of community service, victim reparation, academic accomplishments, citizenship, attitude, extra-curricular activities, peer relationships and positive changes in behavior, submitted by a counselor, teacher, or juvenile probation officer.
The Juvenile Court Judges’ Commission encourages you to help honor exemplary performances by professional, youths, and programs serving children in Pennsylvania. Please contact Angel Stewart at 717.783.7835 or via email at email@example.com or contact Keysla Rodriguez at 717.783.6263 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or need further assistance.