YOUNG ACHIEVER AWARD
A key factor in the success of local businesses is the attraction, development and retention of young people. The Bob Gawne Young Achiever Award, named in honour of long serving Melbourne Business Award supporter and youth mentor Bob Gawne, aims to identify and promote young people who are making a significant contribution to the company where they are employed.
Young Achiever Nomination
Nominations are open to any employee 30 years or younger who:
From all nominations, three to four nominees are short-listed. The award winner is judged by review of the nomination form, the nominee questionnaire, and if required, a panel interview.
The award winner is announced at the Gala Breakfast Event in late November/early December, and is presented with a certificate and small prize.
All award nominees are promoted on the Melbourne Business Awards website and via Melbourne Business Awards and partners communication channels.
Award winners are invited to network with past Young Achiever Award winners and contribute to the ongoing encouragement of young people by supporting new and existing Melbourne Business Awards programmes.
If you have a worthy Young Achiever working for you who fits the above criteria, download the below form, complete the details and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominations Open for 2020 & can be accepted at anytime up to - 14th October 2020
2019 Young Achiever
Marian O'Leary, RollsPack
2018 Young Achiever
Sam Fox, St Kilda Football Club
2017 Young Achiever presented by Holmesglen
John Khoury, Zenith Interiors
2016 Young Achiever
Hannah Wicke, Accountant with Ashfords
2015 Young Achiever
Sean Kinder, Sales Engineer @ Kinder Australia
2014 Young Achievers
Matt O'Keefe Fitter & Turner based at the Glaxo Smith Kline site for the Skilled Group
Katina Dukellis Disability Educator with Marriott Support Services
2013 Young Achiever
Sarah Tscholl, Kinder & Co