FRANKFORT, Ky. (8/26/13) – Do you know someone who’s making a difference? Nominate them for a Governor's Ambassador Award, an awards program that highlights stories of state employees who have significantly and positively impacted the lives of others.
Nominations must be submitted by Aug. 31 and can be made in the areas of customer service, courage, leadership, professional achievement, teamwork (two or more employees), or community service and volunteerism. Those presently employed or employed within the past 12 months by any of the three branches of government are eligible.
Find nomination forms at https://personnel.ky.gov/pages/rewards.aspx, or contact the Personnel Cabinet, which administers the program, at (502) 564-5954. Nominations may be made by anyone.
“Our public servants work every day to support our citizens, and many go above and beyond the call of duty,” said Secretary of Personnel Tim Longmeyer. “The Governor’s Ambassador Awards provide a way to publicly say thank you and to honor them for the work they do.”
All nominees will be honored at a special ceremony during Public Service Recognition Week in October. The unique award of each recipient includes a personalized engraved brick placed along Ambassador Avenue outside the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History in Frankfort.
For additional information about the Governor’s Ambassador Awards, visit the Personnel Cabinet’s website at https://personnel.ky.gov.
Information provided by Robin Hartman (Kentucky Personnel Cabinet)
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