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Award Nominations For Adults
SEED takes great pride in its effort to foster and advance the interest of Diaspora Ethiopians and their children wherever they may reside. SEED recognizes and awards individuals who have made significant contributions to their communities, achieved in academic pursuit, stand out in humanitarian efforts, show exemplary community services, literary, artistic or athletic talents, possess scientific accomplishments, entrepreneurial or leadership skills and other endeavors of significance. SEED believes that such individuals can serve as role models to others. All members of SEED, previous honorees, non-members, and others who support SEED’s mission or believe in its efforts are invited to submit nominations. Nominees must have a record of achievement that demonstrates that they can serve as role models to others in the community.
Nomination for SEED award and recognition may be made through November 30th of each year, and is considered active for three years hence a record of the nominee’s achievements must accompany nomination, exemplary role in service to community, and any other pertinent or relevant data.
The nomination application may also requires two letters of reference supporting the nominee.
SEED membership is not a requirement to nominator receive an award.
Eligibility For SEED Award
Adult Nomination Process:
Adult honorees are persons of eminence in his/her respective discipline, recognized by a long and highly contributory effort in Arts, History, Science, Music & Culture, Community Service, Entrepreneurial Skills, Leadership & Other endeavors of significance, and can best serve the community as exemplary figures.
SEED recognizes individuals, businesses, and organizations that are members of our community who have been identified as having made notable contributions to the Ethiopian community in the Diaspora or the home country, once a year.
The candidates to be considered for this honor are those who have made exemplary and noteworthy accomplishments for extended period of time (not less than five years) in their field of endeavor and are known for: Community Service, Entrepreneurial Leadership, Scientific Excellence, Athleticism, Artistic Contribution, Humanitarian Efforts, a Pioneer on a Specific Subject, etc, and in so doing have distinguished themselves and can serve as role model for others.
In addition the candidate must be a person of integrity, good moral character and with good standing in the community. Anyone can nominate a candidate for consideration for SEED Award. SEED board has the right to accept, reject approve a candidate for any reason the board deems necessary by a majority vote.
To be considered for the SEED Award for adult honorees, the nominator must submit:
Adult Selection Criteria: