The Education Achievement Award is presented to an individual who has made significant educational progress, is motivated to learn, and is a positive influence on others.
The Employment Achievement Award is presented to someone who has been successfully employed with or without supports over the past year. This may include someone who has made great progress over the past year, has acquired a new skill, attained a new position/promotion, has good attendance, and has a positive attitude about work.
The Exemplary Citizenship Award is presented to someone who has volunteered or made contributions to their family, school, or community, specifically with actions that put others first.
The Personal Achievement Award is presented to individuals who have made great strides in reaching personal goals and who have enriched their own capabilities.
The Transition Achievement Award is presented to someone who has successfully mastered a life transition, which may include transitioning after high school or between different living situations, etc.
The Self-Advocacy Achievement Award is presented to someone who has advocated to make a positive difference in their life and the lives of others.