Do you know an inspirational young achiever?
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.