Do you know an inspirational young achiever?

Sep 17, 2018 | Front Page Feature, News

Nominations close Monday, 3 December 2018.  

Nominations  for  the  Seven  News  Young  Achiever  Awards  are  now  open  and  the  search  has  begun  for  incredible  young  people  under  29  from  Queensland.

North Burnett Regional Council Mayor Cr Rachel Chambers said the Awards are an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of young people in our region.

It would be fabulous to  give  thanks,  and  recognise the achievements of our youth by nominating  them  into  one  or  more  of  these  categories;

  • LGIAsuper Community  Volunteer  Award
  • iFly Online  Achievement  Award
  • BB Print  Regional  Achiever  Award
  • First National  Real  Estate  Leadership  Award
  • Soroptimist Women  Empowering  Others  Award
  • Kennelly Constructions  Aboriginal  Achievement  Award
  • The University  of  Queensland  Create  Change  Award

One  of  the  category  winners  will  be  named  the  2019  Queensland  Young  Achiever  of  the  Year.

Category  winners  will  each  receive  $2,000  from  Auswide  Bank  and  a  trophy.  The  Queensland  Young  Achiever  of  the  Year  will  receive  $2,000  from  Auswide  Bank  and  a  state  trophy.

To  submit  a  nomination,  simply  go  online, select ‘QLD’ and  then  click  the  gold ‘Nominate  Now’.  Alternatively,  make  the  process  that  much  easier  by  calling  the Awards Office  on  1300  055  096  and  passing  on  their  details  and  they will  take  it  from  there.

Nominations close Monday, 3 December 2018.  For  assistance  please  call  the  Awards  Office  or  email  qldyaa@awardsaustralia.com.

The  Young  Achiever  Awards  began  in  2016,  with  the  purpose  of  acknowledging,  encouraging  and  most  importantly  promoting  the  positive  achievements  of  all  young  people  up  to  and  including  29  years  of  age.  The  awards  aim  to  recognise  the  leadership,  dedication  and  pursuit  of  excellence  amongst  young  people  throughout  Queensland.

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