Time to thank young achievers

October 19, 2017

Member for Euroa Steph Ryan, who is also Shadow Minister for Young Victorians, has urged people to make nominations for the Victorian Young Achiever Awards.

NOMINATIONS for the 2017-18 Victorian Young Achiever Awards have opened.

Nominations are being sought across a number of categories, including arts and fashion, small business, community, social impact, health and leadership.

There is also an inspirational TAFE student award this year.

Nominations for the prestigious awards close on December 18.

State Member for Euroa Steph Ryan, who is also Shadow Minister for Young Victorians, said the awards were the perfect opportunity to recognise young people and their contribution to the community, and the aim of the awards was to encourage, reward and promote the positive achievements of young Victorians.

‘‘The Euroa electorate and Victoria more broadly is fortunate to have so many hard-working, talented and community-minded young people,’’ Ms Ryan said.

‘‘I am fortunate to meet many as I travel around the state and am so often blown away by what they are achieving.

‘‘These awards are an opportunity to say thank you and to recognise their efforts.’’

Young people up to the age of 29 are eligible to be nominated.

The awards will culminate with a gala presentation dinner on May 18 next year.

Category winners will each receive $1,000 into an account in their name from Bank of Melbourne; a $1,000 Bartercard account and a trophy.

One of the 10 category winners will be chosen as the Victorian Young Achiever of the Year and will receive a $2,000 flight voucher from Jetstar and a trophy.

For more information or to nominate a young achiever, visit

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