Vocational Service Award

January is Vocational Services Month! This avenue of service rests in the very fabric and origins of Rotary. The overall foundation of Rotary International is to attract the best and brightest business Leaders in our communities.  Such leaders desire to do good will and work both locally and globally.

Each year, as part of our focus on Vocational Services, Rotary Central recognizes someone in the community who has exemplified outstanding professional achievement while maintaining very high ethical standards and exceptional customer service.  This nominee embodies the spirit and guiding principles of the Four Way Test through their vocation by considering, Is it the TRUTH?  Is it FAIR to all concerned?  Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?  Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?  Nominees should also be mentors to the community and someone the youth should emulate.

Nomination Guidelines
Nomination Criteria

The nominee should be someone who:

  • Demonstrates professionalism and exceptional customer service in their chosen vocation
  • Demonstrates high ethical and moral standards
  • Has made tremendous contributions to the local community through his/her vocation
  • Is a role model for the youth of the local community

***Nominees must be 18 years or older***

Work Status

We welcome nominees who are:

  • Currently employed
  • Retired
  • Entrepreneurs

Place of Residence

Nominees who reside in Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are welcome!


We encourage nominees from a wide spectrum of professions including tourism, education, finance, accounting, law, healthcare, fine arts, retail, wholesale, beauty, construction, manufacturing, dining and cuisine, entertainment and broadcasting, agriculture and fisheries, transport and aviation, the police and defence services, the various sectors of the public service etc.

If you know someone fitting the above criteria, tell us! Just complete the nomination form and give us your reasons why they should receive this year’s Vocational Award.

The Award
The winner(s) of the coveted Vocational Services Award will receive:

  • Cash prize
  • Engraved plaque
  • Spread in the local gazette
  • Dinner at the George Town Yacht Club

Download Vocational Service Award Nomination Form

Nominations close on 31st January 2017.

Please submit all completed nomination forms to rotarycentralsecretary12@gmail.com, Johnae Moss at bahamed.edu@gmail.com or Katie Dilbert at katherinedilbert@gmail.com  on or before 31st January 2017.

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