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National Ski Patrol Awards

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  1. National Ski PatrolAwards Thanks to Western Appalachian Region, NSP (2013)

  2. Awards CategoriesNational AwardsEastern Division AwardsCNY Region AwardsPatrol Level Awards

  3. National AwardsWhere do I find information regarding National Awards?www.nsp.orgMember ServicesGuiding DocsCurrent P&P Manual, CHAPTER 12

  4. National AwardsAppointmentsMerit StarPatroller’s Cross/Patroller MemorialNational Outstanding AwardsNational Recognition AwardsService Recognition AwardHonorary Awards

  5. AppointmentsNational AppointmentNote: Nominated by an active NSP patroller with an AppointmentLeadershipCommendationAppointmentNote: Nominee does not require Senior S&T

  6. Meritorious Service AwardNote: Level of importance falls between the Yellow Merit Star and the DSA

  7. Merit StarsGold Merit StarSilver Merit StarPurple Merit StarBlue Merit StarGreen Merit StarYellow Merit Star

  8. Gold Merit Star: Presented to National Outstanding Awardees Silver Merit Star: Presented to the Gold Runner-up Purple Merit Star: Life saving event Blue Merit Star: Supporting role in life saving event Green Merit Star: Outstanding act of heroism for arduous and/or hazardous rescue work Yellow Merit Star: Outstanding service or supporting role with Purple, Blue, or Green Merit Star Merit Stars

  9. Awarded to the Patroller who is seriously injured while performing: Training or scheduled on-the-hill duty Search and rescue Avalanche control work Lift evacuation Patroller's Cross/Patroller Memorial

  10. SkiPatrols Large Alpine Patrol: 41 or more members Small Alpine Patrol: less than 41 members Nordic Patrol AlpinePatroller: Volunteer NordicPatroller: Volunteer YoungAdultPatroller: Volunteer 19 years old on June 1 in year of nomination PaidPatroller: Paid OutstandingPatroller: Selected from all nominations received OECInstructor: Volunteer OEC only Non-OECInstructor: Volunteer of any NSP educational program PatrolRepresentative: Volunteer section chief, region director, region or division supervisor/advisor National Outstanding Awards

  11. Unit Citation: Patrol that performs in outstanding manner. Given to National Outstanding Patrols National Certificate of Appreciation Standard Certificate of Appreciation Division or Region Certificate of Appreciation Avalanche Award National Chair's Outstanding Administrative Patroller National Service Excellence Award National Ski Patrol Memorial Charles Minot "Minnie" Dole Award (rarely awarded) National Ski Patrol Hall of Fame National Recognition Award

  12. Service Recognition: Years of service, increments of 5 years Honorary Awards: non Patrollers Honorary National Appointment Angel Pin Other National Awards

  13. Where do I find information regarding Eastern Division awards? Eastern Division Awards

  14. The EDPAA is intended to recognize long tenured patrollers who go above and beyond at their patrol level, but who have not had the desire or opportunity to assume leadership roles at the Patrol or Region level. Awardees receive a certificate, sweater pin, and a patch. Deadline for nominations each year is April 1. Eastern Division Patroller Achievement Award

  15. Mirrors National Outstanding Awards Same nomination process as National Deadline for nomination is March 1 Winners are automatically sent to National for Outstanding consideration Eastern Division Outstanding Awards

  16. The Eastern Division Patriot Star Award is awarded to active Patrollers who are or have been a member of the armed forces on active duty in a Combat Zone. Eastern Division Patriot Star Award

  17. Central New York Region Awards Critical Care Recognition Award Certificate of Appreciation

  18. Completed forms go to the Region Awards Advisor for review and signatures then to the Division Awards Advisor for review, and then the forms are sent to National Forms should be submitted with 2 copies, no staples, all required signatures Make sure to use the most current form (Nominations not on most current form will be returned) Except for the Patroller Achievement Award, no electronic submissions National needs at least 45 days to process an award (Add addtional time for RAA and DAA review) Things to Remember

  19. Patrol-level Awards/Certificates

  20. Think Snow!!