To nominate a youth every Quarter based on priority listings and identified as a Morning Star Leader:
- Preserve, strengthen and renew cultural concepts and spiritual practices
- Supporting Native Veterans
- Includes elderly voices in shared settings
- Develop and enhance youth leadership through civic leadership
- Involved at a legislative level by becoming a youth legislative advocate
- Promote voter education and mobilization community programs
- Involved in a youth/student council focused on developing programming that addresses issues within the community
- Engage with youth and elders in activities that demonstrate traditional beliefs while integrating technology
- Combining traditional art expressions and contemporary thoughts of expression as a way to develop Native educational information for future learning
- Kinship booklet that takes traditional information and combining it with common experiences to distribute
- Engage in mentoring
- Mentor younger students in educational, extra-curricular, spiritual programming.
- Reading books to elementary students
- Guiding youth in enhancing athletic skills
- College student involved in educational outreach focusing on college preparedness for current high schools students.
Student Spotlight Nominations can be made in writing:
One page letter with three supporting documents that include letter of support, newspaper articles, and video samples.
Submissions Due by the Second Saturday of each month:
January, June, September, December
Student Spotlight announcements will be posted at the General Session that month.
Recognitions include but are not limited to: a community breakfast, scholarship money, letter of recommendation for future purposes and highlighted on website.
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