Young Achievers Awards 2017 - Call For Nominations
Vocational Service is an important mission of Rotary.
Each year the Rotary Club of Melbourne offers a number of awards to reward excellence in education, training, and vocational contributions to our community.
The Rotary Club of Melbourne Young Achievers awards recognise and honour three outstanding young Victorians with an award and a cheque for $1,500.
Awardees are invited to a luncheon meeting where a cheque and a Certificate of Achievement are presented.
If you know of persons who may qualify for this award, please discuss this with Reg Smith, Iqbal Reta, Cheryl Lacy, Peter McCall, Robert Fisher, Daryl Hawkey or other members of the Vocational Service Committee.
In 2017, the awards are expected to be presented in May. Awardees briefly address the Club on their experiences and aspirations.
The following criteria are considered when deciding the successful recipient:
- candidate must be between 18 and 26 years of age;
- candidate must have demonstrated outstanding success in vocational training, academic, sporting, artistic or business pursuits;
- candidate must have also made a significant contribution in the form of service to the community;
Expressions of interest are called for by the 22nd March 2017.
Enquiries should be directed to the Rotary Club of Melbourne Vocational Service Committee.
Nominations may be made by email to the Vocational Service Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org) or preferably through the Club website by Clicking here.
They should include a CV, an outline of educational and vocational achievements, details of community service activities, and be supported by a nominator and referees who can attest to the merit of these achievements.
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