Outstanding Youth Awards

Attention High School Students:

Could you use $1,000 toward your goals after High School? Do you demonstrate qualities that make you an Outstanding Youth in St. Lucie County? If you answered yes to both of these questions, then we have a plan for you! 
 
The Children’s Services Council of St. Lucie County is accepting applications for its 2016-2017 Outstanding Youth Awards to celebrate youth who are making a difference in our community. Children's Services Council will award five current High School students, who are participating in our funded programs with a $1,000 scholarship*. 
 
Each winner must have demonstrated outstanding skills in leadership, achievement, and/or community service. Winners will be honored at CSC’s Annual Awards dinner in May.
 
To apply, you must meet the following criteria:
  • Must be at least a freshman in high school and no older than a junior.
  • Must not have been selected for this award in the past.
  • Must currently be participating in a CSC funded program.
Please complete and e-sign the application form below and have a representative from your program (staff) complete the recommendation form. You must have both pieces submitted to be considered for the scholarship. Incomplete applications will NOT be accepted.
 
Completed applications can be e-mailed to amock@cscslc.org
or 
delivered to 546 NW University Blvd, Suite 201, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986.
If you have any questions about the Outstanding Youth program or the application process, please call Ashley or Sandy at 772-408-1100.

Spotlights

important dates

January 15
Applications Available
 
March 1
Applications Due
 
May 2016 - TBA
Awards Dinner

Outstanding Youth Winners

2013/2014 - Coby Golden, Merisa Moroz, Jeniel McKinley, Leeandrea Jones, and Chantel Peak 2013/2014 - Coby Golden, Merisa Moroz, Jeniel McKinley, Leeandrea Jones, and Chantel Peak
2012/2013 - Tatiana Nolen, Destiny Crandell, Jaylene Ruiz, Alec Rothman and Johnny Lamour 2012/2013 - Tatiana Nolen, Destiny Crandell, Jaylene Ruiz, Alec Rothman and Johnny Lamour