Awards Nominations Time for the 2022 IWCA Convention!

It’s Awards Nominations Time for the 2022 IWCA Convention! Each year we award a Window Cleaner of the Year, the Teresa Martin Scholarship Winner, the Maury Benamy Fellowship Winner, and the Photo Contest Winner! Read below to find out more about each and to submit a nomination. All are due by November 22nd, 2021!

*The Ettore Award Nomination and Voting is done separately. 

The Maury Benamy IWCA Fellowship Award

The IWCA Fellowship Award was created in the memory of IWCA founding member Maury Benamy. Maury was an outgoing, very approachable person, who made friends with everyone in our industry. He was a founding board member that brought people together since the onset of the IWCA. He was happy to share his knowledge of his 30 plus years of window cleaning experience with anyone.

In giving this award the IWCA honors an individual like Maury, who has a selfless approach to sharing knowledge, time and resources with our industry and association. This award is for someone unselfish, who advocates for and encourages the success of our industry without expectation of personal gain.

The IWCA Fellowship Award Nominee should be someone that has proven themselves willing to help others unreservedly, with character and kindness.

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The Window Cleaner of the Year

The Window Cleaner of the Year is given to a Window Cleaner who has gone above and beyond or done something exceptional throughout this year!

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The Teresa Martin Scholarship

For IWCA Members who have NOT attended an IWCA convention (this will be verified)

This scholarship covers the full conference registration fee and will be awarded to up to two (2) applications. It includes airfare, travel and hotel.

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The Annual IWCA Photo Contest!

Please email us your photo submissions below. All photos must follow OSHA/IWCA Safety Standards to be eligible. Winners receive a free convention registration for the following year!

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