International Nanny Association looking for nominees for “Nanny of the Year” 2008

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Do you know an outstanding nanny?

If you do know an outstanding nanny, you are invited to have a positive, lasting impact on the nanny’s career by nominating her or him for the 2008 Nanny of the Year (NOTY) award. The NOTY award is presented annually by INA to recognize the personal achievements of a working nanny.

Please take this opportunity to honor a nanny you respect with a nomination for the NOTY award:

Download the PDF files from

Ensure each form is completed

Make four copies of the portfolio

Attach four photos, preferably headshots or a photo with the children

Forward the nomination packet to the INA office by March 1, 2008.

NOTY nomination packets should be mailed to: International Nanny Association, 3801 Kirby Drive, Suite 540, Houston, TX 77098. The information must be received by March 1, 2008 to be considered.

The NOTY Award Summary

Who: Individuals eligible for nomination are currently employed full time as a nanny or specialty nanny (newborn care specialist, traveling nanny, governess or temporary nanny) and are members of INA (be sure to read the eligibility requirement). The nanny selected will be a professional caregiver who is a genuine advocate for children; and a person who has enriched the lives of the children in his or her care.

What: The nanny selected will be presented with the NOTY award during INA’s upcoming annual conference. The individual selected will serve as an example of the best kind of nanny and will represent a positive role model for the in-home child care industry and our association.

When: Your application must be received no later than March 1, 2008 and must include four exact copies of the complete portfolio. The individual selected will be honored during INA’s 23rd annual conference in May during the Nanny of the Year luncheon.

Where: Radisson Resort Orlando – Celebration, 2900 Parkway Blvd., Kissimmee, FL 34747

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