Deborah S. Moore Service Award
The Deborah S. Moore Service Awards recognize exemplary service and outstanding volunteerism by students and clubs. Deborah S. Moore, a NCSU graduate, served as the first volunteer coordinator of the NCSU Student Center. She made many contributions to society including volunteer work, teaching English to retired Spanish-speaking people and working with under-resourced individuals and people with disabilities. A Beaufort County native, Mrs. Moore was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie R. Singleton. The memorial was created in the Spring of 1977. Deborah's siblings, Anthony Singleton, and wife-Ann, Charlene Boyd and husband-Charles and Muriel W. Moore, Deborah's husband provide the award.
This year's Deborah S. Moore Service Awards will be presented during the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, & Public Service Butler Award Banquet, held spring 2014. Recipients will join faculty, staff, and students to celebrate the outstanding commitments to service and leadership within the NC State community.
- Outstanding Student Volunteer
- Outstanding Student Organization
- Outstanding Service Program
- Philanthropy Event of the Year
Outstanding Student Volunteer (Deborah S. Moore Service Award)
This award recognizes a student who over the course of their college career, has shown great care and involvement in their community. This award may be presented to a student only once while they are enrolled at NC State.
Outstanding Student Organization
Nominees must be registered student organizations (with SORC) at NC State. This award will recognize a NC State student organization that has made a difference to NC State or the local community through service and volunteerism during the 2012-2013 academic year.
Outstanding Service Program
This award will recognize a one-time event or ongoing project that has had a great impact on the community or an agency during the 2012-2013 academic year.
Outstanding Philanthropy Event
This award recognizes a student-led fundraising event in which the proceeds were donated to a non-profit or charity to support thier work in the community.