Program recognizes young Canadian leaders

A national youth organization wants to reward young Canadians.

A national youth organization wants to reward young Canadians who have demonstrated significant levels of innovation, leadership and achievement.

Youth in Motion is looking for nominees for its Top 20 Under 20 Awards.

The program gives Canadian youth, 20 years old and younger, the skills and support needed to achieve success in their lives, education and careers; while encouraging their efforts to be positive change makers and contributing citizens.

Award applications can be downloaded at www.top20under20.ca.

The deadline for applications is 1:30 p.m., Jan. 22.

The Top 20 Under 20 application is in partnership with Studentawards.com, a free scholarship search service devoted to helping high school seniors, university and college students find information on scholarships, bursaries, grants and other forms of financial assistance.

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