AIC Award for Young Immigrants

Do you know an inspiring young immigrant who strives to make a difference in the community? If so, then a nomination for the American Immigration Council’s 2015 Immigrant Youth Achievement Award would show your appreciation of those efforts. The American Immigration Council (AIC) is a top-rated nonprofit organization, based in Washington D.C., that works to honor immigrant history and to shape how Americans perceive immigrants living and working alongside them. The AIC is currently accepting nominations for candidates between the ages of 14 and 25 who have immigrated to the United States, including naturalized citizens. The selected honoree will travel to D.C. later this year for an awards ceremony and will also receive a $1,000 prize. Past winners of the Immigrant Youth Achievement Award have emigrated to the U.S. from Ireland, India, Cambodia, and China, and have been recognized for their respective accomplishments in fields such as literature, science, and politics.

The American Immigration Council will be accepting nominations until February 27, 2015. For eligibility criteria, and to nominate an honoree, visit the AIC WebSite.


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