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C. Henry Kempe Award
C Henry Kempe Award
The C. Henry Kempe Award
This ISPCAN award was established in 1984 and is presented every 2 years by ISPCAN to recognize an outstanding young professional or organization working in any discipline in the area of Child Abuse & Neglect.
ISPCAN awards are presented every two years at the ISPCAN International Congresses. Award recipients receive a plaque at the Congress, acknowledgment on ISPCAN’s website, and recognition in ISPCAN’s newsletter. Nominees must be current ISPCAN members in good standing for at least 2 years at the time of nomination. Travel is not provided to the Congress. Nominations for the C. Henry Kempe Award require the nomination form plus a letter of support from at least one person, in addition to the nominator, who is familiar with the nominee’s work which must be received by ISPCAN no later than 1 March 2018 *Please note the "Save & Continue Later" option at the end of the form that is available when completing this form in steps. When you choose the "Save & Continue" option, you will be asked for an email address. You will receive a link that you will use to return to your nomination form in progress.
Name of person being nominated for the award
Organization they work for:
Countries they work in:
This nomination is for:
Nominated by (your name)
I have verified that this nominee is an ISPCAN member in good standing for at least 2 years.
Letter of recommendation for nominee
This nomination requires a letter of recommendation from another ISPCAN Member in addition to the member making the nomination.
PERSONAL PROFILE OF THE NOMINEE:
Bio for nominated person (Optional)
Accepted file types: doc, pdf, docx.
Provide a biography for this nominee
Please provide a CV or Resume for the Candidate nominated.
Years of working in the field of childhood abuse and neglect?
Photo for nominee (Optional)
Accepted file types: jpg, png.
Please provide a headshot for the nominated person or group.
LinkedIn profile (Optional)
Please provide a linked in link for the candidate being nominated if available.
Please briefly describe why you feel this person is deserving of this award?
Overview of Career Highlights and Significant Contributions to Child Welfare:
Identify activities that have directly impacted child welfare.
*List Activity-Impact-Evidence for each.
*Please attach websites and publications if applicable.
Additional Relevant Information:
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