2013 “The Maggie” Award.
April 2013. Florida State College at Jacksonville – Kent Campus. Student Life and Leadership Development awards.
Dr. Carl Colavito and Dr. Jose Lepervanche received “The Maggie” Award named after Dr. Maggie Cabral-Maly, President of FSCJ Kent Campus. “The Maggie” award recognizes excellence in classroom community, school spirit, professionalism, captivation, and inspiration.
2012 Capella University First Stephen Shank Recognitions
October 2012. Capella University First Stephen Shank Recognitions Announced
The Stephen Shank Recognition honors teaching or mentoring excellence by a Capella faculty member for making a significant difference in a learner’s pathway to success. This recognition is named for Stephen Shank, who co-founded Capella with a vision for high-quality adult education. His passion, values, and purpose to help learners succeed, drives our faculty to carry this out in their everyday teaching and mentoring interactions.
2011 Boy Scouts of America – Silver Beaver Award
March 2012. North Florida Council Recognition Banquet. North Florida Council 2011 Silver Beaver Award.
Dr. Jose Lepervanche received the North Florida Council 2011 Silver Beaver Award during NFC Recognition Banquet. The Silver Beaver Award is the council-level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America. It is an award given to those who implement the Scouting program and perform community service through hard work, self-sacrifice, dedication, and many years of service. It is given to those who do not actively seek it. The Silver Beaver Award is not earned but awarded based on nomination.
2011 NISOD Excellence Award
May 2011. Austin, Texas. University of Texas at Austin.
National Institute for Staff Organizational Development. 33rd International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence. Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche. 2011 NISOD Excellence Award. Find Dr. Lepervanche’s 2011 NISOD presentation “Reducing Information and Communications Overload in Management Online Education” in our Learning Edge website.
2010 District Award of Merit
Nov 2010. Shawnee District Annual Recognition Banquet. 2010 District Award of Merit.
Jose G. Lepervanche received the 2011 Shawnee District Award of Merit. He is National Distinguished Scoutmaster of Troop 182 and Course Director / Scoutmaster of North Florida Council National Youth Leadership Training
2010 Innovative Faculty Technology Award
2010 Florida State College at Jacksonville Convocation
Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche received the 2010 Innovative Faculty Technology Award from Dr. Steven Wallace, President of Florida State College at Jacksonville during the Awards Luncheon at the 2010 Convocation.
2010 Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Technology
The 21st International Conference on College Teaching and Learning
Dr. Jose G. Lepervanche received the 2010 Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Technology during the Awards Luncheon at the 21st International Conference on College Teaching and Learning.
2009 Boy Scouts of America – National Distinguished Scoutmaster
2009 Scoutmasters’ Recognition Program – National Distinguished Scoutmasters
Troop 182 Scoutmaster Jose Lepervanche attended the 2009 Scoutmaster’s Recognition Program during the BSA National Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida. He represented 52 scouts of Troop 182 as one of the 43 distinguish Scoutmasters from the US invited to this event.
The program included a business meeting and a focus group session where the Scoutmasters shared their best practices in guiding youth leaders in Boy Scout troops. Dr. Lepervanche shared his views about “Management practices in a large Boy Scouts troop” based on his experience of three years as Scoutmaster of Troop 182.
Dr. Lepervanche and his wife Flor attended different events and exhibitions with more than 1500 scout professionals and volunteers. They were invited to participate in the 2009 National Distinguished Scoutmasters Recognition Program. Scoutmasters from all the US were nominated by their Councils and only 43 were selected by the National Council. Florida was represented by one Scoutmaster from West Palm Beach and another from Jacksonville. They learned that our troops had active Eagle Scouts, First Class scouts, trained adults and scouts, good recruitment and retention, council, district, and OA participation, quality awards, service, active camping and outings, including summer camps, large committee, active parents, good charter organization support, good management practices, and leadership influence in our communities outside Scouting.
They were specially recognized in the Business Meeting, spouses had private tours and events to thank them for their support to the Scoutmasters. They worked in Focus Groups and had a private meeting with the Chief Scout Executive and National Council Commissioner.
It was a great honor and a huge challenge to represent Troop 182 during this recognition program. They had several meetings where they share best practices. During the Focus Groups they worked in several areas (recruitment, training, advancement, retention, and time management) to analyze current issues and to define solutions or methods that can be implemented in the troops. They made the commitment to work online in the focus groups for the next 12 to 18 months in order to present a report to the National Council. Dr. Lepervanche is part ot he “Time Management” focus group.