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1. Select your best projects
Reflect on the projects you have been working on in the past year. Which ones are you really proud of? Might they be Award winners? Make a list of your top projects – diversity in these projects will open your list up to more categories.
2. Investigate the appropriate categories
See what categories your projects could fit into based on last year’s categories. With 12 different national categories and usually one or two extra categories depending on your state/territory, there’s a good chance that your project will be eligible for at least one. Navigate to your local state/territory awards page below to find out the characteristics of each category and what projects have won previously.
3. Get your materials ready
Compile all of the materials that could be used to help you craft your nomination. This includes information that will help you in the writing up of your nomination statement (max 2500 words) and abstract (max 250 words), supporting documents (plans, graphs, mock-ups etc) as well as high-quality images to show off your project.