Submit Your Nomination: MDASLA EMERGING PROFESSIONAL/MID-CAREER AWARD

MDASLA EMERGING PROFESSIONAL AWARD


Purpose:

  • To recognize and celebrate an individual who has demonstrated exceptional passion and commitment to the profession of landscape architecture, the community community, and/or a firm in the State of Maryland; in the early stage of their professional life.

Eligibility:

  • The individual must have five (5) or less years of professional experience and have a degree from an accredited landscape architecture undergraduate or graduate program.

  • The individual must practice in Maryland and be an active MDASLA member.

Frequency:

  • One individual will be recognized every year.

Nomination Criteria:

  • Nominations may be made by any individual or organization

Confidentiality:

  • Nominations are to be kept confidential. Nominees should not be made aware of their nominations or asked to participate in the preparation of their nomination materials.

Nomination Contents:

  • A brief narrative describing the nominee's qualifications for the Award; the letter may be no more than 200 words in length

  • Nominee’s graduation year

  • Include up to five (5) images representing the nominee’s work

  • Portrait style photo of nominee

  • Up to five (5) quotes of endorsement in addition to narrative

  • Nominee contact details – current email, address, and phone number, including current title and firm/organization

Submission Process:


Selection Process:

  • The Executive Committee will review and select the recipient of this award.

  • The award will be conferred at the MDASLA Awards Gala.


MDASLA MID-CAREER PROFESSIONAL AWARD


Purpose:

  • To recognize and celebrate an individual who has demonstrated exceptional passion and commitment to the profession of landscape architecture, the community community, and/or a firm in the State of Maryland; in the middle stage of their professional life.

Eligibility:

  • The individual must have between 15 to 25 years of professional experience and have a degree from an accredited landscape architecture undergraduate or graduate program.

  • The individual must practice in Maryland and be an active MDASLA member.

Frequency:

  • One individual will be recognized every year.

Nomination Criteria:

  • Nominations may be made by any individual or organization

Confidentiality:

  • Nominations are to be kept confidential. Nominees should not be made aware of their nominations or asked to participate in the preparation of their nomination materials.

Nomination Contents:

  • A brief narrative describing the nominee's qualifications for the Award; the letter may be no more than 500 words in length.

  • Include four (4) to five (5) images representing the nominee’s work

  • Portrait style photo of nominee

  • Up to five (5) quotes of endorsement in addition to narrative

  • Nominee contact details – current email, address, and phone number, including current title and firm/organization

Submission Process:


Selection Process:

  • The Executive Committee will review and select the recipient of this award.

  • The award will be conferred at the MDASLA Awards Gala.