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Chukotka has launched a district competition of leaders and leaders of children's and youth public associations
The Chukotka Autonomous Okrug has begun accepting applications for participation in the regional competition "Leader", which is aimed at identifying, state-public encouragement and support of talented residents of the region, leading non-profit organizations, public associations. This was reported by the correspondent. APR PRESS consultant of the youth policy department of the Department of Education, Culture and Youth Policy of the Chukotka AO Mikhail Stepchenkov.
- Those wishing to participate must submit the competition materials to the Organizing Committee located in the Department before September 30 of this year, or by e-mail: email@example.com. The works should contain a resume “I and my public association”, prepared in free form, and a presentation of a social project that has been implemented for at least one year, - said Mikhail Stepchenkov.
According to him, the winners of the competition will be determined in three nominations: leaders participating in a public association aged from 14 to 18 years and from 18 to 30 years, as well as the head of the association or his deputy.
- Participants who have submitted the best work will receive cash prizes and diplomas of the Organizing Committee. Also, the winners of the competition will be able to submit their social projects for consideration by the Commission for the provision of state grants to youth public associations of Chukotka in 2015, - Mikhail Stepchenkov noted.
The regional competition "Leader" is implemented as part of the activities of the subprogram "Support and development of children's and youth education and creativity" of the departmental target program "Development of education, culture and youth policy of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug in 2014".