Three high school students will be recognized for demonstrating exceptional leadership with a $1,000 award contributed by SAFEbuilt Colorado and the Centennial Youth Commission. To be eligible for …
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Three high school students will be recognized for demonstrating exceptional leadership with a $1,000 award contributed by SAFEbuilt Colorado and the Centennial Youth Commission.
To be eligible for the Youth Achievement Award, students must live in the City of Centennial, both at the time of the application and at the time of the award presentation. Only high school students are eligible, and the applicant must have made a significant impact on or contribution to the city or its residents.
The applicant's qualifying project or actions identified in the application must have been conducted within 24 months before the date that the application is received.
All application materials, including adult recommendations, must be received by 5 p.m. March 16.
To complete the application, applicants must:
• Completely answer each page of the application and submit it to the Centennial Youth Commission.
• Write an essay of no more than 500 words describing, in detail, the positive impact that was made to the community.
• Provide a letter of recommendation from an adult (non-relative) who can speak to the student's character and community involvement. The recommendation letter must be included with the application.
Applications and supporting materials may be obtained from and should be mailed or emailed to: City of Centennial, Attn: Kelly Brady, 13133 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial, CO 80112. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.centennialco.gov.
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