Recognizing Extraordinary Leadership and
Career Achievements in the Corps Community

Congratulations to T. Destry Jarvis for being named the 2019 Legacy Achievement Award winner.
Destry Jarvis was recognized for his commitment to the Corps movement at The Corps Network’s National Conference in February 2019.
Questions? Contact Leslie Wilkoff, [email protected]

 

Note:
There will not be a 2020 Legacy Achievement Award. Please check back in fall 2020 to learn about the nomination process for the 2021 Legacy Achievement Award.

 

About the Award

The Corps Network’s Corps Legacy Achievement Award recognizes leaders who have worked in the Corps movement for approximately 15+ years and have:

  • Served in a senior leadership position at a Corps or multiple Corps (e.g. CEO, Executive Director, Board Member, Vice President)
    [and/or]
  • Made a significant contribution to the movement (e.g. founded a Corps, brought a Corps to scale, made a significant national contribution through developing a nationwide project, etc.)

How are Corps Legacy Achievement Awardees Chosen?

Corps staff submit nominations. A panel of senior Corps staff from across the country, as well as influential figures in the Corps Movement, review the nominations and select winners.


Past Winners

Click here for a list of past Corps Legacy Achievement Awardees. The Award has been presented at every National Conference since 2012.