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MDJC Awards Portal

Chapter Officers wishing to submit for recognition by the Maryland Junior Chamber for Monthly and Quarterly Awards should complete the following online forms.

Submission Dates Explained:

Unless otherwise notified in the MDJC eNews, award submissions are due on the 15th of the following month.  So if you're submitting for June, your submission must be made by July 15.

For Quarterly awards, submissions are due on the 15th of the next month after the completion of the quarter.  Second Quarter submissions would be due July 15.

Awards List

The following awards are given out by the Maryland Junior Chamber to recognize the achievements of our Local Organizations and members:

  • Chapter of the Quarter

    The Chapter of the Month award is presented to the chapter that is judged to have conducted the most comprehensive and effective overall programming for that month. The Chapter of the Month nomination should be submitted by the Chapter President to the Maryland Jaycees. The nomination should include details on the chapter activities, accomplishments, and impact on the community and members for the month.

  • Jaycee of the Quarter

    The Jaycee of the Month award is presented to the individual who is judged to have contributed the most to their local community, their chapter, and/or to the Maryland Jaycees for that month. The Jaycee of the Month nomination should include details as to the accomplishments or achievements of the Jaycee member during the month. Specific impact to the chapter and community should be cited whenever possible.

  • Officer of the Quarter

    The Local Officer of the Month award is presented to the Local Officer in each programming area that has contributed the most to his/her chapter, community and Jaycees as a whole. Awards shall be presented to each Programming area to include President, Community, Management, Individual, Membership and Administrative (Secretaries, Treasurers, etc).

  • Project of the Quarter

    The Project of the Month award is presented to the Project Committee that has effectively run the project that has created the greatest positive impact upon their community.

  • Rookie of the Quarter

    The Rookie of the Quarter award is presented to a new member, who is judged to have contributed the most to their local community, their chapter, and/or to the Maryland Jaycees for that quarter. The member should not have reached their first anniversary in the Jaycees. Specific impact to the chapter and community should be cited whenever possible.

  • Unsung Hero of the Quarter

    The Unsung Hero of the Quarter Award, formerly the Helping Hands Award, is presented to the individual who is judged to have contributed the most to their local community, their chapter, and/or to the Maryland Jaycees for that month, but who has not been properly recognized. The Unsung Hero of the Quarter nomination should include details as to the accomplishments or achievements of the Jaycee member during the quarter. Specific impact to the chapter and community should be cited whenever possible.

  • Associate Member of the Quarter

    The Associate of the Quarter award is presented to an Associate Member or a friend of the chapter who is not eligible for general membership, who is judged to have contributed the most to their local community, their chapter, and/or to the Maryland Jaycees for that quarter. Specific impact to the chapter and community should be cited whenever possible.

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