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2012 – 13 Chapter Achievement Program (CAP) Results
Congratulations to these seven (7) chapters who achieved the Platinum level for the first time!
Total achievements earned this past year include:
A full list of chapter by CAP status winners for the year ending May 31, 2013 can be viewed by clicking here.
Click here to view the CAP Winners from 2003 to 2013.
The Chapter Achievement Program (CAP) is a recognition program for chapters in North America that uses points / credits to recognize chapter activities that align with the North American Strategic Plan in three service categories: Service to Members, Service to the Profession, and Chapter Administration.
The chapter must earn the minimum CAP points in each of the three service categories to be recognized in the CAP program:
Once the chapter has met or exceeded the minimum CAP requirements in the three service categories, the chapter will have reached the BRONZE performance level. A chapter can advance to SILVER or GOLD levels by accumulating the point levels noted below, made up of any combination of CAP points from the three service levels.
PLATINUM: This category recognizes chapters that attain GOLD status for 10 of 11 consecutive years. The chapter will continue to be recognized as Platinum each year thereafter if the chapter achieves the Gold CAP level for 10 of 11 consecutive years.
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