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Young Achievers in Vocational Excellence Award

Do you know of a Gold Coast young achiever who has made an outstanding contribution to the local community

Nominations are now open for the Rotary Club of Broadbeach’s 2012 Gold Coast Young Achievers in Vocational Excellence award. This year Bond University’s Bond Business School is a proud sponsor of the awards.

The awards are in their eighth year and provide an opportunity to recognise young people aged 18 to 35 who have contributed to the local community through business, sporting, charity or other achievements.

If you know of someone who is a deserving recipient, complete the nomination form and outline why you think they should win. Nominees will be interviewed by a panel of Rotarians and the finalists will be invited to attend the awards ceremony to be held in May at Bond University.

Nominations close on 15 April, 2012.

Gold Coast Young Achievers in Vocational Excellence – Nomination Form

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