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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The Power of Children Awards

The Power of Children Awards


The Power of Children AwardsThe Power of Children Awards is celebrating its 10th anniversary. To date, 44 winners from 31 cities have raised millions of dollars and impacted thousands of live around the world. Will you be the next to be recognized? Apply today!
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is seeking to nurture and recognize individual youth in grades 6-11,  as role models who exemplify an extraordinary commitment to public service and social responsibility. Nominations will not be accepted from individuals in a group for group projects.
2014 APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED FEBRUARY 10 - MARCH 23, 2014. 
(Submissions close at 11:59 PM EST on March 23, 2014.) 

THE POWER OF CHILDREN

The Children’s Museum recognizes youth that make significant contributions and create important projects to benefit others. The Power of Children Awards (POCA) were created in 2005 to align with the mission of The Children’s Museum. The awards were inspired by the museum’s influential permanent exhibit, The Power of Children: Making a Difference, which features three extraordinary children who touched the world in unique ways: Anne Frank, Ruby Bridges, and Ryan White.
Each award recipient will receive the following:
  • A $2,000 grant to continue his or her extraordinary work.
  • A four-year post-secondary scholarship to a participating institution of higher learning.
  • Recognition in the museum’s The Power of Children exhibit for at least one year. This includes a video interview about their service project.
  • Honor and recognition during a special awards event on Nov. 7, 2014, at The Children's Museum.

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