High School Students Across Ohio Earn the ServeOhio Community Impact Award
Columbus, OH – ServeOhio, Ohio's commission on service and volunteerism, - in partnership withInnerView Technologies - is honored to recognize outstanding Ohio high school students who make great contributions to their local communities and the state through service and volunteerism. The ServeOhio Community Impact Award honors high school students (grades 9 – 12) at any public or private school in Ohio who serve 20 hours in 4 or more service activities in the last year. Recipients will receive a certificate and letter of appreciation. 2,355 high school students from 55 schools in 19 Ohio counties will be honored in the award’s inaugural year.
“Youth voices, engagement, and insight are crucial ingredients for Ohio’s prosperous future.” Said ServeOhio Executive Director William Hall. “We are honored to celebrate outstanding youth who reach beyond themselves to help their neighbors and communities – transforming themselves and others – which shapes who we are and who we will become as a state. Congratulations to the award recipients and thank you for your service!”
“We are honored to work with the national service ecosystem and local communities to amplify and recognize the meaningful work of student volunteers who are creating a better world for all,” says Kristine Sturgeon, CEO of InnerView Technologies. “We believe the dynamics of the last few years have significantly influenced personal understanding of the connectedness between all people and local and global challenges; this has manifest into an increase of youth volunteer time addressing local needs and leading meaningful projects.”
The following high schools in Warren County have students being honored:
- Kings High School, Kings Mills
- Lebanon High School, Lebanon
- William Mason High School, Mason
ServeOhio, Ohio’s Governor-appointed commission on service and volunteerism, strengthens Ohio communities through AmeriCorps and volunteer engagement. Through programs and initiatives funded and supported by ServeOhio, thousands of Ohioans of all ages engage in and are recognized for their service. Interested participants may learn more about ServeOhio at serve.ohio.gov, or on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
About InnerView Technologies
InnerView is the leading youth social responsibility platform to help students, groups, and schools highlight community service impact, passion for causes, skill development, and connect local effort to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. All college and high school aged students are welcome to join tens of thousands of 14 to 24 year-olds who have discovered ways to get involved and developed dynamic visual service resumes through my.InnerView.org. InnerView Technologies is a social impact organization working with students, groups, schools, nonprofits, and committed & compassionate institutions. Learn more at https://InnerView.org.