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Posted: Saturday, November 24, 2012 12:30 pm

Phoenix is seeking applications from exceptional high school students for the 27th Annual Outstanding Young Man and Young Woman of the Year Awards. The deadline to apply is Friday, Dec. 7.

Students must be in grades nine through 12 and live in the city of Phoenix. Applications are available online at phoenix.gov/NSD.

The program evaluates students on their leadership ability, community involvement and commitment to excellence. Applicants must write a personal statement describing their involvement in the Phoenix community, commitment to excellence and their future goals. Students also must identify a teacher who has had the greatest impact on their lives.

An exceptional young man and young woman will be selected to represent each of the eight City Council districts. All 16 district finalists will be recognized at an event in the spring and receive a $250 cash reward and a plaque commemorating their achievements.

 

For more information, contact the Neighborhood Services Department at (602) 534-4444 or email mailbox.youth@phoenix.gov.

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