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Nominations Are Now Open for the 2020 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards
The 7NEWS Young Achiever Awards are designed to acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of all young people in NSW & the ACT up to and including 29 years of age.
Entry is free, and they would love you to nominate! You can enter someone into one or more of the 9 categories below.
Ready to answer a few simple questions? Go to the online portal and select the category from the dropdown nomination award menu.
Want to recognise someone but don't have the time? No problem, they are more than willing to help! Simply Refer Someone - It takes only 2 minutes to complete the form and they'll do the rest! They'll get in contact with them and have them complete the questions. It's that easy!
Great prizes are up for grabs! Category winners will each receive a trophy and over $2,000 worth of prizes, made up of a $1,500 Bartercard Trade Account, $500 cash from Awards Australia and a $300 voucher from Fly Pelican. The NSW/ACT Young Achiever of the Year will receive an additional $2,000 for their Bartercard Trade Account and a further $500 cash from Awards Australia, along with a magnificent state trophy.
Plus, they will send out a media release to each of the nominee's local papers encouraging them to write a story, and every nominee will receive a certificate of achievement!
- Aboriginal Education Council Aboriginal Education Award
- Awards Australia Small Business Achiever Award
- First National Real Estate Leadership Award
- Freemasons of NSW/ACT Community Service Award
- NSW Department of Education Early Childhood Educator Award
- NSW Ministry of Health Healthier Communities Award
- QPRC Performing Arts Award
- TransGrid Indigenous Achievement Award
- Western Sydney University Academic Achievement Award
Don't leave it too late with nominations closing Friday 1st November 2019.
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