DCAS Hundred Year Association Awards Program

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The Hundred Year Association of New York honors outstanding, permanent civil servants, and provides college scholarships for the children of New York City employees.

 

2016 Awards Program Flyer
Learn more about the awards program. Read the 2016 Flyer

 

Public Service Awards
The Isaac Liberman Public Service Awards (PSA)

Who is Eligible:

Permanent civil service employees of the City of New York with current salaries of $90,000 or less are eligible.

Selection Criteria:

Public Service Award recipients perform exceptionally on the job by either: a) measurably improving the efficiency and quality of services to the people of New York City, or b) significantly enhancing the prestige of City Service, or c) demonstrating dedication to their work well beyond their job descriptions.

Who May Nominate:

Any agency, supervisor, union, or co-worker may nominate any employee. Nominations must be endorsed by the Agency Head.

Applications are no longer being accepted for the 2016 Public Service Awards.

 

College Scholar Awards
The E. Virgil Conway College Scholar Awards

Who is Eligible:

The children of at least one permanent civil service employee with at least 2 years of continuous, full-time service. Gross family income for 2015 (generally, the income of both parents) must be $125,000 or less.

For High School
Students

High school students must graduate from a public or private high school in June 2015 or must have previously graduated and must be accepted for admission as a full-time student at a private or public college or university. Scores from the SAT or ACT must be submitted with the application. Applications are no longer being accepted for 2016.

For College
Students

College students must have graduated previously from a public or private high school and must be attending or accepted for admission as full-time students at a private or public college or university. Scores from the SAT or ACT must be submitted with the application. Applications are no longer being accepted for 2016.

Selection Criteria:

Selection is based on outstanding scholastic/academic achievement, demonstration of leadership, a solid record of school and community activity and service, and SAT or ACT scores.

Who May Apply:

Students should apply. Both students and parents/guardians must sign the application.

Print and sign the completed application and mail to the Department of Citywide Administrative Services, along with your essay and supporting documentation. Only nominations submitted by mail will be accepted for the College Scholar Awards.

2016 Essay Topic: Based on your parent’s experience as a public servant, describe the most significant thing you have learned about a) yourself, and b) the value of public service. (Essays should not exceed one typewritten page.)

 

About the Hundred Year Association of New York
Founded in 1927, The Hundred Year Association of New York is composed of professional, educational, religious and charitable organizations that have been in continuous operation in New York City for over a century.

The Association has honored career civil service employees since 1958. In addition, since 1971, the Association has awarded college scholarships to the children of City employees.

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