Are you dedicated to the student movement? Do you volunteer in your local community? Are you an inspiration to others? – if so you could be in line for an NUS Award if you enter before 1pm on Friday 6 May.
The Awards, in partnership with Endsleigh, are split across 13 categories including Endsleigh Student of the Year, Student Journalist of the Year, and the Endsleigh Technology Innovation Award. They are open to all students at NUS affiliated students’ unions, to enter click here.
Last year’s Endsleigh Student of the Year, Joseph Akinnagbe said: “The award culminated the most rewarding experience I had in my life. I tried to get involved with so many things that impact on people’s lives, so it was amazing to get recognised for that.
“University is much more than just lectures - it’s about going out there and making an impact on the local community. As well as helping people I also gained a lot, such as leadership skills.”
Endsleigh Managing Director Ian Passmore said: “Endsleigh is supporting the NUS Awards because it underlines and celebrates the importance of excellence in the contribution of students and students' unions to everyday life and also to society.
“Many of the qualities we value – leadership, determination, commitment, teamwork, exceeding expectations – will be evident in nominees and the NUS Award winners. We applaud the achievements of all those who are nominated and are proud to be the official partner for the NUS Awards 2011.”
Don’t miss out, click here to find out more.