Run As One Youth Awards 2022

Run As One will be supporting and recognizing Post Secondary youth ages 29 years and under from Siksika Nation that have demonstrated outstanding achievements and successes in either; Culture, Athletics, Education, Youth Leadership and Suicide Prevention.

Awards will include a gift, certificate and $300 bursary. Please note, successful recipients will be asked to speak on a panel at the RAO Youth Conference on August 3, 2022.

Eligibility Requirements: Nominees must be individuals who:
• are of First Nations heritage; and are a member or connection to the Siksika community
• demonstrate outstanding achievement;
• are Post Secondary students ages 29 years and under

Nomination Categories (5)

Culture, Heritage, Spirituality – spiritual leaders, traditional language speakers, or practice their culture, etc.
Athletics/Sports – athletes, coaches, etc.
Education/Academics – students, graduates, college/university graduates, teachers, educational assistants, researchers, scientists, etc.
Youth Leadership – youth who possess characteristics of a positive role model within the community and instill community pride, or youth in careers of health, administration, social services, housing, public works, human resources/services, armed forces, veterans, media, journalism, business, commerce, entrepreneurs, law, justice, technology, etc.
Honoring Life – youth, youth workers, social workers, teacher, etc.; the award recognizes an individual who contribute in a significant way to prevent issues surrounding mental health and suicide.

The nomination form should include a strong and clear statement as to why the nominee would merit an award in the chosen category.

DEADLINE:

The deadline to nominate individuals for the 2022 Run As Youth Awards will be on Monday, July 25, 2022 at 4:00pm.

Run as One Youth Awards

Run As One Youth Awards Nomination Form

Please note, successful recipients will be asked to speak on a panel and presented their awards at the Run As One Youth Conference on August 3, 2022.

I'm nominating:

Name
Nomination Category

My relation to the person I'm nominating:

Name

Nomination questions

Please write a strong and clear statement as to why the nominee would merit an award in the chosen category. Briefly describe the nominee’s achievements/successes/performances in the category that you have selected that are applicable to the following:
Describe the achievements, recognition, and awards received by the nominee. Explain how the nominee has contributed worthy of recognition. What has the candidate done that has been acknowledged or has made an impact?
Describe the nominee’s education, training, and life experience, clearly stating how this has influenced your nomination of the candidate.
List the nominee’s employment history (that relates specifically to this award nomination), and then describe how the nominee has made an important contribution in their career field. How does this relate to their nomination for a Run As One Youth Award? This may include references to art works, published books, research papers, production or invention of a body of work, events, presentation/speeches, etc.
Describe how the nominee has made an important contribution to the well-being (physical, emotional, intellectual, and/or spiritual) of First Nations, Inuit, and/or Métis people and community.