YOUTH ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMJOIN US FOR FUN, EXCITEMENT AND MEANINGFUL ENGAGEMENT DURING THE 2018 ANPA EVENT IN DALLAS, TEXAS!
The Youth Engagement Program will feature age-appropriate activities, service themed events and programming for elementary and middle schoolers. High school and college students will support a service project that benefits Nigeria.All attendees will receive a t-shirt and a certificate of participation. The Youth Engagement Program will run in line with the ANPA conference schedule Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. A discount is provided for multiple children of the same immediate family registering 3 or more children. The registration fee is $150 per child. Click here to register!YOUTH IMPACT AWARDThe Youth Impact Award recognizes outstanding high school and college students who are making an impact in their schools, churches, and communities through volunteerism, community outreach, academic achievements, noteworthy accomplishments and service to others.The recipient will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship and will be recognized on stage during the 2018 ANPA event in Dallas, TX. Should the student not be present, a parent or relative can accept on their behalf or another arrangement will be made such as a video acceptance. Click here to apply!
Eligibility: Open to all high school and college-age students who will be enrolled in an accredited academic institution beginning Fall 2018 Semester. The winner of the High School/College category will be recognized on stage and receive a $1,000 scholarship as well as a certificate of recognition. Please note that Middle Schoolers are welcome to apply for a Youth Impact Award using the same form. The winner in the middle school category will be recognized on stage and receive a certificate of recognition.Deadline: Submission Deadline is May 31st, 2018, electronic submissions only to firstname.lastname@example.org
with Your Name + Impact Award Application in the subject line.Scholarship Award: The scholarship payment will be made within 2 weeks via cashier’s check in the name of the awardee if over the age of 18 or to the parents or guardian in the case of a minor. The scholarship is to be used to offset the cost of undergraduate education.Questions?Email us at email@example.com