The 2021 Leaders of Tomorrow Awards presented by ATCO ATCO is proud to present the Leaders of Tomorrow awards and recognize the youths who give their time and effort to enhance their communities throughout the South Peace Region.
 

The Grande Prairie Regional Association of Volunteer Organizations is looking to recognize volunteer superstars between the ages of 13 to 18, living in the Grande Prairie region, as the next Leaders of Tomorrow! Individuals, community groups, educational institutions, and voluntary organizations are encouraged to nominate a young individual who deserves recognition for their commitment and leadership in assisting others.

The Awards will recognize youths in 4 categories:

THE LEADERSHIP AWARD - is awarded to an individual that takes on a leadership role to bring about positive change to their school or community. The nominee demonstrates responsibility and drive, as well as initiative in starting new projects and programs.

THE VOLUNTEER AWARD - is awarded to a youth who is truly selfless and dedicated to helping others. The nominee shows commitment to bettering their community by volunteering for a cause they are passionate about.

THE ADVOCACY AWARD - is awarded to a youth who commits time and energy lending their voice to a cause to bring about social change. To receive this award, the nominee demonstrates passion and conviction.

THE PERSEVERANCE AWARD - is awarded to a youth who has prevailed over adversity in their life to help others. The nominee overcomes challenges and demonstrates inner strength and perseverance.

The perfect nominees are those: Dedicated to Helping the Community; That Have A Fearless Approach; That Strive for Inclusion; Who Continuously Volunteer; That Have Endless Patience; Who Think Creatively; Who Are Eager to Take the Initiative; Who Are Driven by Passion; Who Work Well with Others; Who Inspire & Encourage Volunteerism; & Interested in Enhancing their Leadership Skills. 

Nominations are now closed. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Who can nominate an individual for the Leaders of Tomorrow Award?
    • Individuals, community groups, educational institutions, and voluntary organizations are encouraged to nominate a young individual who deserves recognition for their commitment and leadership in assisting others.
    • The nominator & nominee must reside in the Association’s Service Area.
    • Only two nominations per age category per nominating organization/individual are allowed.
Why should you nominate a young volunteer leader for this award?
    • It is a way to say thank you and show your appreciation.
    • It validates their leadership efforts and is a good self-esteem booster
    • It inspires the spirit of volunteerism and development of leadership skills in themselves and others
    • It provides you with the opportunity to put positive role models in the limelight
How do you nominate?
    • Complete all sections of the nomination form,
    • Have the nominee (if 18+) or their guardian or sign the form. Be sure to let the nominee know why you nominated them. Inform them that the committee will contact them for additional information.
    • Ensure the Nomination Form is submitted to the Association by Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021.
What does the Award Winners receive?
    • A trophy,
    • A certificate of achievement,
    • A cash award of $100.00, and
    • $100.00 to present to the non-profit organization of their choice.

The Awards will be presented on December 6th, 2021. A video of the presentation will be posted on our social media accounts later that week.

Nominations are now closed. 

Leaders of Tomorrow Awards Contributing Sponsor: 

Leaders of Tomorrow Awards presenting sponsor:
ATCO Group
ATCO Group

CLOSE WINDOW   X

Hi there! Want me to show you where to get volunteering right away?

Vinny

Sign up as a Volunteer, Click Here  to go to Our Volunteer Registration Page!