Communicator of the Year
One of the most prestigious awards presented to an NCMPR member, the Communicator of the Year Award recognizes a communication professional at a two-year community or technical college who has demonstrated leadership in the area of college communication and marketing. Emphasis is placed on accomplishments within the past year.
The Communicator Award is presented annually in each of NCMPR’s seven districts, and district winners are then considered for the national award.
A nominee must be a designated member of NCMPR at the time of nomination, should have worked in marketing or communications at a member college for at least five years and should have demonstrated excellence in various aspects of the profession.
A previous recipient of the district Communicator of the Year Award may be nominated again, provided that the individual did not receive the district award the previous five years nor has ever received the national Pacesetter Award. A new nomination packet must be completed.
An individual may be selected as the national Communicator of the Year only once.
Members of the Board of Directors may not be considered for this award while they remain in office.
Those nominating individuals for the Communicator Award must be a designated member of NCMPR or affiliated with a member college. A member college may submit only one nomination each year.
A nomination form must be completed online.
Nominations must be submitted by the deadline designated within each district (see the list of deadlines in the right-hand column).
Get a Travel Stipend If Your Nominee Wins!
If you nominate someone who wins a district Communicator Award, you'll get a $250 stipend to attend the 2019 national conference in San Antonio.
The district Communicator Award winner gets a $625 stipend to attend the national conference.
2018 Communicator Nomination Deadlines
Nominations are now closed for 2018.
Community College of Philadelphia
The College System of Tennessee
Terra State Community College, OH
Houston Community College, TX
Southeastern Community College, IA
South Orange County Community College District, CA
Skagit Valley College, WA