Eligibility and Nomination Process
Who is Eligible for Induction?
Former Extension Agents who have exemplary records of accomplishment in leading Cooperative Extension programs and sustained successful leadership within the organization at various levels will receive priority consideration for induction into the Hall of Fame.
Former Extension Agents may be considered for induction into the Hall of Fame when their contribution has made a major impact on the condition of community, state or a larger area of the country and the Extension Organization has benefited long term from the leader’s sustained efforts.
Who Can Make Nominations?
Any member of the community may nominate persons for induction into the Hall of Fame. Nomination forms must be submitted to the Committee by December 31.
What is the Selection Process?
With the support of Extension staff appointed by the Extension Director, the Hall of Fame Selection Committee will evaluate the entire list of nominees each year during its annual Selection Committee meeting. All nominations remain on file and in consideration for future induction in perpetuity.
The Committee is a representative group of Extension leaders, advisors and former award recipients who volunteer their time and knowledge to help select and induct nominees to the Lever Hall of Fame.
Nominee Evaluation Factor
Factor 1: Major Extension Service contributions
Factor 2: Professional accomplishments
Factor 3: Leadership within Cooperative Extension organization and programs
Factor 4: Leadership involvement in professional associations
Factor 5: Honors, awards, and recognition received
Factor 6: Service to community and in region of influence
Factor 7: Leadership in related organizations
To apply or submit a nomination please refer to the link below after verifying the eligibility of the candidate.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Lever Hall of Fame Program staff.
Marie O. Bolt
1101 W. Queen Street
Pendleton, SC 29670