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The Waikato Outstanding Young Persons Award

The Waikato Outstanding Young Persons Award

JCI Hamilton City is looking for the most outstanding young people in the Waikato Region. JCI Hamilton City is part of an international federation of young leaders and entrepreneurs known as Junior Chamber International which last year celebrated its 90th Birthday.

For over 20 years JCI has been honouring the most outstanding people from around the world and now JCI Hamilton City has brought this to the Waikato. Entries are being called for from Waikato residents aged 18-40 who are outstanding in one of 10 categories:

1. Business, economic, and/or entrepreneurial accomplishment

2. Political, legal, and/or governmental affairs

3. Academic leadership and/or accomplishment

4. Cultural achievement

5. Moral and/or environmental leadership

6. Contribution to children, world peace, and/or human rights

7. Humanitarian and/or voluntary leadership

8. Scientific and/or technological development

9. Personal improvement and/or accomplishment

10. Medical innovation

JCI Hamilton City will honour the 3 most outstanding entries at dinner to be held later this year. All entries will be eligible for the national and international competition.

Entries for this competition close on the 30th April 2006. People wishing to nominate either themselves or someone else can see the rules and entry form at the website www.jci.cc/HamiltonCity or contact Jacqui on 07 849 9468


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