Vocational Service Award
Nominations for the 2022 Vocational Service Award
This award has been presented annually by the Club since 1964 to acknowledge the importance and value of vocation in Rotary. It is given to a resident of Victoria who has not only achieved excellence in their vocation but used those skills to go above and beyond to make a significant contribution to the community. The candidate must be prepared to be available to deliver a keynote address to the Club following the presentation of the award on 5 October 2022.
Nominations are invited before 30 August 2022 and forwarded to Rotary Club of Melbourne by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The candidate must be prepared to be available to deliver a keynote address to the Club following the presentation of the award on 5 October 2022.
Download the application form and flyer to nominate
Last year's Vocation Services Award Prof John McNeil, Head of School of Public Health and Preventative Medicine, Monash University.
About The Award
The Rotary Club of Melbourne established the Vocational Service Award in 1964. It is presented annually to a person who has achieved a high level of excellence in their vocation and through such vocation has rendered outstanding service to the community.
Generally, nominations for this award are made by members of the Rotary Club of Melbourne. However, if you are not a member of the Club but believe that you can recommend an appropriate candidate, please contact the Club's office. This will be considered by the Club’s Vocational Service Committee.
The following criteria are considered when deciding the successful recipient:
- the type, level and quality of the achievement in the candidate's chosen vocation;
- the type, quality and period of community service rendered through, or as a consequence of, the candidate's chosen vocation;
- candidate must be a resident in the State of Victoria;
- candidate must be prepared to deliver a keynote address to the Club following the presentation of the award.