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Community Values Award Forms

The CCE, in partnership with the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life, is excited to release the 2014 Community Values Award, which honors  and recongizes the Greek organization with the highest average civic engagement hours per member. We challenge you to become engaged, affect real change in your community, and earn local and national recognition as the Greek chapter most dedicated to service.

Forms are due the first day of Dead Week each quarter to be totaled at the end of the calendar year.  The award runs via the calendar, not academic, year and therefore includes winter, spring and fall quarters (summer not included).

In order to record the hours of service you or your group completes, first you'll need to fill out a short form. Then, after you complete your service, deliver it to the Center for Civic Engagement in Snell 158 . You can pick up these forms at the CCE or you can print them here. The 2014 final application packets to are due to CCE in Snell 158 by January 23rd, 2015.

View the 2014 CVA Manual for full application instructions.

In order to be eligible for the Community Values Award you must fill out one of the following forms:

Individual Tracking Form

Group/Event Specific Tracking Form

Individual Ongoing Tracking Form

Forms are due the first day of Dead Week each quarter to be totaled at the end of the calendar year.  If service work occurs during finals week or over break, the hours should be submitted during the first week of classes during the next term. The award runs via the calendar, not academic, year and therefore includes winter, spring and fall quarters (summer not included).

 

To learn more about the Community Values Award (CVA), visit the CVA website.

Contact Info

Center for Civic Engagement
541-737-3041
158 Snell Hall (MU East) Corvallis, OR 97331-1610 beaver.volunteer@oregonstate.edu
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