Legacy Achievement Award


Nominations for the 2018 Legacy Achievement Award were due 11/3/17. Stay tuned to find out who the winners are! 
(Questions about awards can be directed to Hannah Traverse, htraverse@corpsnetwork.org)


About the Award

The Corps Network’s Corps Legacy Achievement Award recognizes leaders with approximately 20 or more years of contribution to the Corps movement, who have served in a senior leadership position (CEO, Executive Director, Board Member, Vice President) for a Corps or multiple corps, and who have made a significant contribution to the movement (e.g. founded a Corps, brought a Corps to scale, served for approximately 15+ years as Executive Director/CEO of a Corps, served a key role as a national board member, made a significant national contribution through developing a nationwide project, etc.).
 

How are Corps Legacy Achievement Awardees Chosen?

Corps staff submit nominations. A panel of senior Corps staff from across the country, as well as influential figures in the Corps Movemment, review the nominations and select winners. 
 

Past Winners

Click here for a list of past Corps Legacy Achievement Awardees. The Award has been given out at every National Conference since 2012.


Congratulations to the 2017 Legacy Achievement Award Winners
(winners were recognized at The Corps Network 2017 National Conference in February in Washington, DC)

Thomas Hark
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps 

Carolyn Thompson-Wallace
IYO, New Jersey Youth Corps of Newark and Essex County