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Silver Quill Awards Program for Communication Excellence

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Join Our Silver Quill Committee for 2017

Would you like to volunteer with IABC at the Region Level?  Our Silver Quill Committee will provide you with a tremendous opportunities to connect with communicators across the region.  Whether you are a strategist, proofreader, or exceptional organizer, we have plenty of ways to get you involved.  Send an email to Alexandra Hichel, Silver Quill chair, at silverquill@iabcheritageregion.com.
2016 Call for Entries
Our 2016 Call for Entries has now closed.
Thank you to everyone who has entered our 2016 program. Your entries are now being evaluated.  You will receive notification about your entry status in September.  2016 winners will be recognized at the IABC Heritage Region Conference Oct. 9-11, 2016, in Columbus, Ohio.

2017 Call for Entries

If you would like to be notified when our 2017 Call for Entries opens, please complete this short form to be added to our mailing list: http://goo.gl/forms/bIBiOlxZ1ibX7lW82

What communication programs would you like to enter in 2017? Please review this document for information to guide your inspiration: 2016 IABC Heritage Region Silver Quill Call for Entries.pdf.

Eligible projects must be implemented, published or broadcast between January 1, 2016, and the date of entry.


QUESTIONS?

Alexandra Hichel, 2016 Heritage Region Silver Quill chair
silverquill@iabcheritage.com.




Would You Like to Learn from the Best Communicators?
Become a volunteer evaluator for awards program entries. This opportunity is open to IABC members only. IABC Heritage Region is working with awards chairs from other regions to create a pool of evaluators to reciprocally judge regional entries. To learn more about this initiative, click here.


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About Silver Quill

The Heritage Region's Silver Quill Program recognizes excellence in business communications in multiple and varied disciplines. Silver Quill Awards are presented to outstanding professionals in our region who have proven that their communication programs effectively furthered the goals of their organizations—boosting revenues, reducing cost and motivating audiences to a desired action. All business communicators in the Heritage Region are eligible to enter. You do not need to be an IABC member to enter.

Why Enter?
  • Summer deadline, comprehensive evaluations and prompt winner's notification—all timed so entrants receive the judging critique in time to prepare entries for the annual Gold Quill program.
  • All entries receive electronic, detailed evaluations based upon consistent quality standards.
  • Winners of the Silver Quill Awards Program will be honored at the Fall Heritage Region Conference each year.

Questions?

Silver Quill Awards
If you have questions, contact Alexandra Hichel, Heritage Region Silver Quill chair, at silverquill@iabcheritage.com.

Award Entry Resources

The IABC Heritage Region Silver Quill program follows the pattern of the International Gold Quill program. For guidance, you can refer to these Gold Quill templates and reference sheets. These resources are for our 2016 awards program which has now closed, but please feel free to refer to them for familiarity with our 2017 program next year.

Work Plan Template (Divs 1-3)

Entry Tips (Divisions 1-3)

Score Sheet (Divisions 1-3)

Preview of Online Entry Form (Div. 4)

Entry Tips (Division 4)

Score Sheet (Division 4)

Authorization letter

Other Awards

Gold Quill Awards
The Gold Quill Awards is IABC’s premier program recognizing and fostering excellence in the field of business communication. Learn more...

Fellow Award
The highest honor IABC confers on a member, the Fellow Award recognizes outstanding contributions to the association and the communication profession. Learn more...

Rae Hamlin Award
This award is bestowed annually upon an Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) in recognition of exemplary volunteer service.

Chairman's Award
The IABC chairman annually recognizes one or more members for behind-the-scenes work on the international level.

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