The Executive Committee for Smivic Event Management and Organisers has open nominations for 2023 Ghana Youth Leaders Awards (GYLA).
According to the Committee, the nomination will be open from Thursday, February 2, to Monday, March 6, 2023.
The Chairman of the Executive Committee, Victor Dove-Yarney said this year they will be looking for emerging young leaders in sectors like; Innovation, Aviation, STEM, Politics, Entrepreneurship, Human Rights, Law, Sports and Athletics, Communications, and many more.
Also, cooperate entities and other organisations that support youth leaders will be honored.
“These areas were carefully selected to involve the youth in developmental areas that will benefit Ghana and Africa”. He stated
According to Mr. Dove-Yarney, GYLA’23 will also empower and motivate women in STEM Project. The main purpose is to motivate youth across the globe to participate in political discourse and leadership positions.
In addition, Chief Executive Officer, Victoria Akosua Amankwaa said the Committee chaired by his Co-Founder is doing extremely well in youth development and celebrating young leaders in Ghana.
Madam Amankwaa said the 2023 Ghana Youth Leaders Awards will honor many young leaders across Africa who are contributing immensely to the global entity.
“This year Ghana Youth Leaders Awards will be rewarding young people in both Ghana and International countries,” she said.
Below are the details of the Category:
STUDENT YOUTH LEADERS
Emerging Youth Leader of the Year
Youth President of the Year
Youth Secretary of the Year
Youth Women’s commissioner of the Year
Youth Communication Officer/PRO of the Year
Youth/ Campus Mp of the Year
NUGS Executive of the Year
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS YOUTH LEADERS CATEGORIES
Youth in Law
Youth in Human Rights
Youth CEO of the Year
Youth in Aviation
Youth in Architecture.
Youth in Agriculture
Youth in Energy/Oil and Gas
Youth in Hospitality.
Youth in Engineering
Youth in Banking and Finance.
Youth In Health
Youth in Authorship and Creative Design
Youth in Community Development
Youth in Transportation
Youth in Music
Youth in Sports and Athletics
Youth in Support of Education
Youth in Journalism(Radio, TV, and Newspaper)
Youth in Beauty and Lifestyle.
Youth in Event Management
Youth Philanthropist of the Year.
Youth in Marketing and Communications
Youth in Innovation
Youth in Arts.
YOUTH IN STEM
STEM leader of the Year
Outstanding Youth in STEM
STEM Educational Personality of the Year
STEM Edupreneur of the Year
Exemplary Leader in STEM of the Year
Youth in Telecommunications and Software developing
Bank of the Year
Governmental Agency of the Year
Leading Media Station of the Year
Lifetime Achievement leader of the Year
Telecommunication Network of the Year
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