University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
Service to Community Award
The Advisory Board of the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown recognizes students, current and retired faculty and staff, and officially recognized student organizations that perform significant community service* on a voluntary basis.
Each year, Pitt-Johnstown faculty, staff, and students are actively involved in supporting community initiatives. Through these volunteer efforts and countless hours of service, local charities, civic groups, and individuals have benefited in many ways. The Pitt-Johnstown Advisory Board Service to Community Award recognizes students, current and retired faculty and staff, and official student organizations for their significant community service on a volunteer basis.
If a faculty or staff member, student, or student organization has “gone the extra mile” for you or someone you know, please take a moment to recognize that effort by submitting a nomination. The recipient of the 2012 award will receive a Chairman’s Prize of $250 and will be recognized at the spring meeting of the Pitt-Johnstown Advisory Board.
The deadline for nominations for the 2013 award is Friday, April 4, 2014.
Use the online nomination form to submit your nominee. You can also download a pdf version of the nomination form and return it to the Community Relations Office.
Thank you for your help and support.
If you have any questions regarding the award, please contact Community Relations at 814-269-2099.
* Community service is defined as service that has significant, enduring or abiding influence or effect on the group served.
Last Reviewed: March 19, 2008