The Children’s Champion Awards Breakfast is a unique opportunity for the entire Genesee County community to rally around children and to say collectively that children are our first priority. The Children’s Champion Awards started in 1996 to recognize shining examples of those in the community doing good things for children. It is our hope that this event will continue to inspire and affirm the commitment we all have for our children.
- Roxanne R. Caine, Chair
- Linda L Moxam, Vice Chair
- Jeff Collier, Treasurer
- Gail Stimson, Secretary
- James Yake
- Eric Lieske
- Sarah Zyburt
- Patti Yorks
- Rachel Jacobs
- Kenyetta Dotson
- Xavier Brewer
- Carol Brooks
- Kenyetta Dotson
- Louis Hawkins
- Claudnyse D. Holloman
- Chia Morgan
- Linda Moxam
- Cheryl Sclater
- Michael Simon
- Patrice Stiehl
- Gail Stimson
- Dayne Walling
The Children’s Champion Awards started in 1996 to recognize shining examples of those in the community doing good things for children. The awards are designed to recognize and thank individuals, businesses, government agencies and organizations for their tremendous contributions toward making Genesee County the best place to raise children. Some of the awards include scholarships for youth. The categories for nomination are as follows:
- Outstanding Individuals (Five Award Categories)
- Outstanding Business, Organization, Government Agency or Community Initiative (Four Award Categories)
All applications are DUE by 5:00PM EST on December 15, 2017. Please email completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Eligibility requirements include:
- Candidate must be a current or past nominee of Priority Children’s Outstanding Youth Award
- Candidate must be a high school senior or currently enrolled in post secondary education
- Candidate must be able to document involvement in civic and/or community service
- Candidate must be a resident of Genesee County
- Candidate must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher
Application must be received via email (email@example.com) by 5pm on December 31, 2017.
The Bob Emerson Scholarship Fund
The Bob Emerson Scholarship Fund was established by Bob Emerson and is an endowed fund at the Community Foundation of Greater Flint in 1996 and made its first award in 2007. Bob Emerson served Genesee County dedicating his work to education and advancing the lives of children.
Do any of these situations apply to you?
- A minimum of 3.0 GPA at Flushing High School, or a 2.9 GPA with an ACT composite score of 23 or higher
- 3.25 GPA in Spanish Classes at Holly High School
- Power Station Scholarship: 3.0 GPA average in mathematics and the sciences;
- Attended Linden High School for four years
- Mt. Morris High School Student: minimum two-year letter winner in Band and/or one-year letter winner in Choir
- Current or past nominee of Priority Childrens Oustanding Youth Award
Curbco Vocational Education Award
Curbco Vocational Education Award * – Any high school senior or post-secondary learner age 24 or younger who is pursuing a career path through vocational education, also known as career and technical education or technical and vocational education and training. This type of education prepares people for specific careers at various levels from a trade, a craft, technician or other professional position. At the post-secondary level, vocational education is typically provided by an institute of technology, Polytechnic, university or by a local community college.
*Note: The Curbco Vocational Education Award includes a $1,000 scholarship toward training expenses.
The Guy and Linda Moxam Outstanding Youth Scholarship Fund
The Guy and Linda Moxam Outstanding Youth Scholarship Fund is provided the winner of the Outstanding Youth Award. The recipient will receive a $1,000 scholarship to the recipient of the Outstanding Youth Award every year. Guy and Linda Moxam have been dedicated to advancing the lives of children for over 20 years.
This scholarship will be presented to the young person selected for the Outstanding Youth Award.
It is our privilege to invite you to join us as a sponsor for one of our community’s most anticipated events, the 23rd Annual Children’s Champion Awards Breakfast which is scheduled for Friday, February 9, 2018. We hope that you will consider supporting this event this year. There are many different sponsorship levels from which to choose.
If you are unable to attend, we hope that you will consider supporting this event this year by making a donation using the link below.
If you have any questions or would like more information about the Children’s Champion Breakfast feel free to get in touch.