Online Outstanding Youth Award Nomination Form

The Youth Award recognizes teenagers between the ages of 13 and 19 who have overcome personal adversity and created positive change in their lives. The Youth Awards focuses on teenagers who have triumphed over great odds and serve as inspirations and role models. If you know young people who would be good candidates for the Youth Award, please help us identify them!    

  • Nomination forms are due by March 27, 2020
  • The reception honoring award winners will be held on April 27, 2020

Complete the form below or complete a hard copy and return to Marsha Alston.

In describing your nominee, please be very specific as to why you think your nominee should receive this award.  Keep in mind the more information you include, the easier it will be for the screening committee to recognize what makes these young people so special. We realize that some of the information may be sensitive. Please indicate if any of the information needs to be kept confidential.

  • 2020 Nomination Form

  • Nominee Information

    Tell us about your nominee. Please complete all fields in the application.
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Please enter a number from 12 to 20.
  • Nominator's Information

  • Additional Contact Person

  • Signature of Nominator

  • By typing my name in the space below I stated that to the best of my knowledge, all the information provided in this application is true and reflects the nominee accurately. I have made note of specific information about the nominee that needs to be kept confidential.
  • Tell us why your nominee deserves this award.

    Please be as specific as you can and use additional sheets if necessary. Pertinent supplementary material may be included. Nominations with very brief, illegible or incomplete information may not be given as much consideration as thorough nominations. Provide as much information and as many specific examples as possible. (Examples might include: overcoming physical, emotional, or other challenges; providing financial or emotional support to family and friends; care of sick or elderly sibling, parent, or friend; providing positive leadership and role modeling for other youth; positive behavioral changes; and community involvement.)