It's time for the Salesforce MVP Ohana to grow again! Our Summer '17 Salesforce MVP nomination period will run now through August 7, 2017. Read on to learn about this special program, what we look for in MVPs, and how you can nominate an MVP.
About the Salesforce MVP Program:
The Salesforce MVP program honors and awards exceptional contributors to the Salesforce Community. This special group of Trailblazers has deep product knowledge and embody the spirit of Ohana by actively sharing their expertise to help everyone in the community thrive. In the six years since the program launched, Salesforce MVPs have consistently inspired us with their individual contributions and collaborative innovation. The MVP program rewards are focused on helping MVPs get even more opportunity to help the community, as well as special access and networking with each other and Salesforce executives. MVPs also get premier training and certification so they can always be their best when it comes to product knowledge and
What we look for in Salesforce MVPs:
Salesforce MVPs make exceptional contributions to the community, have a strong understanding of the product and Salesforce ecosystem, actively advocate, and embody the spirit of Ohana.
Since community members are always doing something new and amazing, we don't follow a specific contribution check list. But some great examples of MVP contributions include:
There are a few guiding principles that determine eligibility:
The Community-first Nomination Process:
Selecting Salesforce MVPs is community-first, team sport. The community nominates, current MVPs review and provide feedback, and a variety of internal community stakeholders help finalize the list.
Want to Nominate Someone to Become a Salesforce MVP?
Now that you're familiar with what we look for and how we select new MVPs, we want to hear from you if you know a special Salesforce Community member who consistently goes above and beyond. Nominations for the Summer '17 class will be open now through August 7. Please submit your nomination here.
Want to get to know our current MVPs?
There are so many ways to engage with Salesforce MVPs. Here are a couple places to get started: