NMASC Contests & Awards
NMASC Advisor of the Year Award
Every year NMASC recognizes one middle level and one high school advisor who has done an oustanding job serving as their school’s Student Council advisor and honors them at the annual NMASC State Conference. The Advisors of the Year are accoladed at the annual Region 6 VIsion Conference, and automatically nominated for the prestigious Warren E. Shull National Advisor of the Year award, presented by National Student Council.
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2021
This award is sponsored by Campus Specialties/Herff Jones.
NMASC Administrator of the Year Award
NMASC established this award to honor those school administrators who have demonstrated extended support of Student Council and Student Council activities at your school.
NMASC Lifetime Membership Award
NMASC established this award to honor individuals who have supported the New Mexico Association of Student Councils. Please submit a letter of nomination to: NMASC | PO Box 95468 | Albuquerque, NM 87199
NMASC Platinum Student Council of the Year Award
The NMASC Platinum Student Council of the Year Award is selected from NMASC Student Council of the Year Award applicants who have achieved Gold Student Council of the Year accolades for three consecutive years.
NMASC Hummingbird Award
The NMASC Hummingbird Award is awarded to those students who have attended the NMASC Summer Leadership Workshop for six consecutive years, and is presented at the Workshop following the state conference.
Banner of the Year Competition
The NMASC Banner of the Year competition provides council planning, teamwork, and creative interpretation/expression in support of the annual state conference theme.
Scrapbook of the Year Competition
The goal of the NMASC Scrapbook of the Year competition is to provide documentation and summary of a Council’s year of communication, planning, activity, and service from state conference to state conference (February to February).
Project of the Year Competition
The NMASC Project of the Year competition encourages and showcases projects which exemplify the goals and standards of the New Mexico Association of Student Councils. From now through the 2023 state conference, the state focus for community service is Project Be Well.