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Worcester Regional Research Bureau Seeking Nominations for Thomas Green Public Service Awards

Thursday, February 22, 2018

 

Timothy J. McGourthy, Research Bureau executive director

The Worcester Regional Research Bureau is seeking nominations for the Thomas S. Green Public Service Awards.

The nominations must be submitted by February 23, 2018.

Click here to get a nomination form.

Winners will be recognized at a ceremony on Thursday, April 26, 2018, at Assumption College.

Nomination Requirements

The Thomas S. Green Public Service Awards highlight those municipal employees that provide outstanding and exemplary contributions to government and the community.

The award is open to all municipal employees in Greater Worcester, except department or division heads.

Nominees for the Thomas S. Green Public Service Awards must illustrate:

  • Exceptional competence and efficient handling of all assigned responsibilities;
  • Enthusiastic performance of tasks above and beyond the call of duty;
  • Cooperative, helpful, and friendly attitude toward the public and fellow employees; and
  • Community involvement outside the scope of job-related responsibilities.
 

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