Brower Youth Award for Environmental Work
Posted by on February 26, 2007
Do you know any teens or college students in North America who have led a dynamic environmental campaign or project? Do you work with campus youth groups or inspiring new leaders? Are you a student that fits this description? Read on!
CALL FOR AWARD ENTRIES (Deadline May 15):
2007 Brower Youth Award
Awards for youth ages 13-22 working for the Earth
Has your effort been in the realm of conservation, preservation, or restoration? Could you use the publicity and funds from an award to further your work and support your group?
If so, apply today for a Brower Youth Award and you could win $3000, a trip to San Francisco to be honored at a huge awards ceremony, and leadership and media support to further your efforts!
Each year, this annual national award recognizes six young people for their outstanding activism and achievements in the fields of environmental and social justice advocacy. The winners of the award receive a $3,000 cash prize, a trip to California for the award ceremony and wilderness camping trip, and ongoing access to resources and opportunities to further their work at Earth Island Institute and develop leadership skills.
Who can apply?
…Young activist leaders ages 13 to 22 as of July 1, 2007 living in North America
When are applications due?
…Completed application must be postmarked or emailed by May 15, 2007.
…Call or email Sharon Smith at email@example.com or 415-788-3666 x144.
"My secret is to surround myself with bright, young people, stand back, then wallow in their accomplishments."
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