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Most Innovative HR Student Organization of the Year

This award recognizes the HR Student Organization for their innovative approach in developing programs, events, and initiatives to ensure their members are prepared to meet the demands of the changing profession. The organization must demonstrated a commitment to creating a learning environment that supports and encourages creative and critical thinking. 

The student organization must consistently sougth out new methods of developing their members' skills, while also providing a platform for networking and mentorship. They should gone above and beyond to ensure their members are on the cutting edge of the HR profession and a culture of innovation and collaboration.

Criteria for Judging

Organization Achievement - 20%
Impact in the Community - 30%
Creativity and Innovation - 40%
Social Media Presence - 10%

Most Innovative Business Student Organization of the Year

This award recognizes the oustanding achievements of any school organization (management, business administration, accounting, development) and its members in driving innovation forward in the business student community.

The innovative initiatives of this organization should be unique and impactful. From their approach to problem-solving to their tireless efforts in developing new ways to engage with and support their members, this organization must be proven to be a leader in the business student community. 

Criteria for Judging

Organization Achievement - 20%
Impact in the Community - 30%
Creativity and Innovation - 40%
Social Media Presence - 10%

Most Creative HR Student Research Project of the Year

This award honors the student who has made an outstanding contribution to Human Resources (HR) research and innovation. He/she must demonstrated creativity and originality in his/her approach, leading to the development of a unique and successful research project.

He/she displayed an impressive level of skills in problem-solving, data analysis, and communication. His/her work has helped to shape the future business research and provided invaluable insight into the world of HR.

Criteria for Judging

Design and Methodology - 20%
Relevance - 30%
Benefits and Impact in the Business World - 40%
Presentation - 10%

Most Creative Business Student Research Project of the Year

Criteria for Judging

This award honors the student who has made an outstanding contribution to the Business Research and innovation. He/she must demonstrated creativity and originality in his/her approach, leading to the development of a unique and successful research project.

He/she displayed an impressive level of skills in problem-solving, data analysis, and communication. His/her work has helped to shape the future business research and provided invaluable insight into the world of HR.

Design and Methodology - 20%
Relevance - 30%
Benefits and Impact in the Business World - 40%
Presentation - 10%

Most Outstanding HR Student Leader of the Year

The Most Outstanding HR Student Leader of the Year has risen above the rest in demonstrating exemplary leadership and passion for the Human Resources field. He/she has consistently gobe above and beyond to ensure the success of all HR student related activities, initiatives and project, making a lasting impact in the community, school, or organization.

He/she must be a dedicated leader and mentor, always willing to share knowledge and experience with the team. He/she is a strategic thinker and planner, able to create innovative solutions to complex problems.

Criteria for Judging

Community Impact - 20%
Leadership Skills - 30%
Accomplishments and Achievements - 40%
Social Media Presence- 10%

Most Outstanding Business Student Leader of the Year

The Most Outstanding Business Student Leader of the Year awardee is an exemplary business student leader who has demonstrated tremendous dedication and commitment to the success of their peers.

He/she has displayed an unparalleled level of enthusiasm, initiative, and dedication and leadership in all their business studies and activities. He/she have worked diligently to help his/her peers succeed in their respective fields and have taken on numerous leadership roles with great success. His/her ability to inspire and motivate his/her peers has been a major contributing factor to his/her success. The communication and interpersonal skills must be an invaluable asset and have allowed them to build strong relationships with their peers.

Criteria for Judging

Community Impact - 20%
Leadership Skills - 30%
Accomplishments and Achievements - 40%
Social Media Presence- 10%

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