If you have already submitted a nomination for the Student Civic Leadership Award from Washington Campus Compact, thank you.
If you haven't had a chance to submit a nomination, take a moment out of your day to consider nominating an exceptional student who is dedicated to serving their community. The Washington Campus Compact's Student Civic Leadership Awards recognize students who have been doing work in the following focus areas: Opioid Epidemic, Mental Health, K-16 Civic Education, School to Prison Pipeline, and Housing and Food Insecurity.
The two winners will be awarded the chance to access an online learning community, learn how to advocate for policies on a state-wide level, and win a $500 stipend to help advance their work. Recognizing the work of these students is an easy way to acknowledge those on our campus who are showing the service and leadership that Western values.
Nominations for the Student Civic Leadership Award will remain open until Feb. 21. For ore information about this award or to nominate a student, please visit https://wacampuscompact.org/student-civic-leadership-awards/.