Chapter Recognition

The Chapter Recognition Awards Program recognizes individual chapter performance and provides a standard by which each AGA chapter maintains a well-rounded operation for the professional growth of its members.  Throughout the year, the Seattle Chapter tracks its performance in a variety of program areas set forth in the Chapter Recognition Program Book.  Quarterly reports on progress are submitted to the national organization.  At the annual Professional Development Training (PDT), awards are given to chapters who meet or exceed chapter point goals.  For the 2015-2016 program year, the Seattle Chapter was awarded Platinum Chapter status, which is the highest award status possible.

Click here to view our latest chapter recognition point totals.

Recognition Levels:
 
  • A Bronze Chapter Designation will be presented to any chapter that attains between 10,000 and 14,500 credits for the year. The chapter president’s plaque will include recognition that the chapter has achieved Bronze status.
  • A Silver Chapter Designation will be presented to any chapter that attains between 14,501 and 17,000 credits for the year. The chapter president’s plaque will include recognition that the chapter has achieved Silver status.
  • A Gold Chapter Designation will be presented to any chapter that attains between 17,001 and 19,500 credits for the year. The chapter president’s plaque will include recognition that the chapter has achieved Gold status.
  • The Platinum Chapter Designation will be presented to any chapter that attains between 19,501 and 22,000 credits for the year. The chapter president’s plaque will include recognition that the chapter has achieved Platinum status.

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