Reasons to Nominate Students for Champions of Diversity Awards
This is a short list of reasons a student could be nominated but not the only reasons. When nominating a student we look for individuals who have worked to promote diversity in their school, community, church or daily activities.
- Club or Organization involvement on their school campus or community.
- Participates or leads in multicultural event programming.
- Volunteered at events/agencies/organizations related to serving historically underepresented populations.
- Attended conferences related to diversity and equity.
- Involved in sports or athletic activities such as jaripeo, lasso, pulling canoe for the tribe, referees for soccer games etc.
- Assisting in nursing homes, healthcare facilities and homeless shelters, donating clothing for the poor, feeding the hungry, helping in migrant camps, marching for peace, mentoring peers and/or siblings, raising funds for scholarships and/or world tragedies, translating for others, tutoring young children etc.
- Involved in Northwest Indian College Summer Program, Science and Math Bilingual Program, U-doc Program, Upward Bound etc.
- Future plans to improve living conditions in developing countries i.e. Peace Corps.
If completing CoD Nomination Form click here