If you know of someone who deserves consideration for an alumnae award, please download the nomination form. Incomplete nominations will not be considered. Click here to see a list of past award recipients. The nomination deadline is October 26, 2018.

Nominations should remain confidential. Please do not inform alumnae that they have been nominated, since only a limited number of awards are presented each year.

The Alumnae Association seeks nominations for the awards from all alumnae and members of the St. Joseph's Academy community. A committee made up of members of the Alumnae Council reviews the materials submitted for each candidate and selects those persons whose achievements most closely fit the criteria for the award and who are deemed most deserving of recognition. The names of those selected are then recommended to the Alumnae Council and the administrative team for approval.

The deliberations of the awards committee and the Alumnae Council are kept confidential.

Awards

NOT I, BUT WE AWARD

The purpose of this award is to recognize a selfless alumna who embodies the St. Joseph’s Academy motto “Not I, but We” by contributing her unique gifts to benefit the greater good. The award will be given to an alumna who:
  • Has shown outstanding commitment to carrying out the St. Joseph’s Academy motto “Not I, but We” through her compassionate nature and selfless acts benefiting others; and
  • Exemplifies the values of St. Joseph’s Academy through her self-sacrificing service.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AWARD

The purpose of this award is to recognize an alumna who has accomplished significant professional achievement in her field or organization. The award will be given to an alumna who:
  • Positions herself to carry out the St. Joseph’s Academy mission of “making a profound impact in the world”;
  • Has demonstrated success in her professional or entrepreneurial endeavors;
  • Has “broken barriers” or otherwise promoted significant progress/innovation in her field or organization;
  • Influences others with confidence, compassion, and respect; and
  •  Exemplifies the values of St. Joseph’s Academy through her contributions to her field or organization.

COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

The purpose of this award is to recognize an alumna who has shown outstanding dedication to serving her community. The award will be given to an alumna who:
  • Embodies the charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph to “serve the Dear Neighbor without distinction”;
  • Embraces the core message from Luke’s Gospel: “to those whom much is given, much is expected”;
  • Has made significant contribution(s) to her community through her service or volunteerism; and
  • Exemplifies the values of St. Joseph’s Academy in her service.

EXCELLENCE IN LEADERSHIP AWARD

The purpose of this award is to recognize a “values-driven woman leader,” a characteristic St. Joseph’s Academy strives to foster in its alumnae. The award will be given to an alumna who:
  • Maintains a leadership role within her professional, social, civic, or religious communities;
  • Has promoted significant success or progress through her leadership;
  • Influences others with confidence, compassion, and respect; and
  • Exemplifies the values of St. Joseph’s Academy through her leadership.

SERVICE TO THE ACADEMY AWARD

The purpose of this award is to recognize an alumna who has made significant contributions of her time, talent, and treasure to The Academy. The award will be given to an alumna who:
  • Has demonstrated her deep loyalty to St. Joseph’s Academy and her dedication to The Academy’s continued development and advancement;
  • Contributes significant time, talent, and treasure to St. Joseph’s Academy or the Alumnae Association; and
  • Exemplifies the values of St. Joseph’s Academy through her service to The Academy.
 

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St. Joseph’s Academy is a private, Catholic high school for girls in St. Louis, Missouri, sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Our mission is to provide quality Catholic education for young women in an environment that challenges them to grow in faith, knowledge, and respect for self and others. Our community expects these young women to make a profound impact in the world.

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