Junior League Of Central Westchester Offers Volunteer Awards In Ardsley

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The Junior League of Central Westchester is looking for three high school girls for volunteer service awards. Photo Credit: File Photo

SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- The Junior League of Central Westchester is offering three $300 Volunteer Service Awards to female high school juniors.

The recipients of the awards "will be young women who have demonstrated an exemplary commitment to volunteerism within their community and/or school," representatives said. The purpose of this award is to promote volunteerism and to support the development of young women.

"Do you know a female junior in your school who is making a difference? Is she a leader in school or in her community? Is she someone who cared enough about an issue to take a stand and make a difference? However she has done it, she is making a contribution and we want to hear about her," JLCW representatives said. 

The following is the award criteria, according to the JLCW: 

  • Female
  • High school junior
  • Student in Ardsley, Eastchester, Edgemont, Greenburgh Central, Scarsdale or White Plains School District
  • Has demonstrated a commitment to volunteerism between September 2012 and February 2014
  • All applications must be submitted by April 24, 2014.

To download an application, residents are asked to visit the JLCW website. Residents can also email jlcwvolunteerserviceaward@gmail.com.

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