Alumni Association Distinguished Service Key
The Alumni Association Distinguished Service Key is the highest honor that a recognized Alumni Association of Alpha Phi Omega may receive. The award is an orange key that displays the Greek letters of the Fraternity in gold. This key is given to members in recognition of their service to their local alumni association. You may contact the president of the local alumni association to learn how to nominate a brother for this honor.
Nominations can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org We will collate nominations received and ask for volunteers to form an awards committee if needed.
In addition, we are looking to identify those of you who already received these awards in recent years. We’d like to get a picture of you receiving it and a bio on apoeagles.org. Don’t be shy! Submissions will highlight the good work our members have accomplished, further our mission of promoting APO to new Eagles, and help guide future award nominations.
|A recognition program to encourage participation and work in council alumni relations programs, including NESA activities; areas of work include alumni identification/promotion, alumni engagement, personal participation, and education.
|The National Eagle Scout Association recognizes Eagle Scouts with awards for leadership, service, and distinctive professional accomplishments, such as the Adam’s Eagle Project of the Year, the NESA Outstanding Eagle Scout Award, the NESA Distinguished Eagle Scout Award, and the NESA Distinguished Service Award. Donors are recognized via the NESA Legacy Society
|Every day, brothers and chapters of APO are working to spread Leadership, Friendship, and Service through their campuses, communities, and the nation. The Fraternity happily recognizes and celebrates brothers who go above and beyond in their work and are strong representatives of our Cardinal Principles with national awards.