Sandra Bateman Community Service Award 2019

Sponsored by:
Rocky Mountain Stoa in memory of Sandra Bateman


To recognize home schooled speakers for using their speaking skills in service to their communities and to take their message of hope to the general public with eloquence and grace, while their youth gives them an unusual platform.

Recognition of Community Service may lead to scholarships and enhanced employment opportunities.

Eligible Activities:

Applicants may list activities such as work for political campaigns, teaching Sunday school, volunteering at museums, libraries, legislatures, etc. You may not use activities in support of tournaments in which you were a competitor. You may not use any activity for which you received compensation.

Provide a descriptive paragraph of each activity. You may list more than one activity in your submission, providing you list a separate description and accounting of hours for each activity. Remember, your writing should communicate as well as your speaking.

All activities must have been accumulated during June 1, 2018 and February 1st, 2019.

Application must be received by

February 9th, 2019

(Applications may be submitted by parents, coaches, or others that have knowledge of a speaker’s activity.)


Entries will be evaluated on:

• Service Activity’s Creativity
• Longevity of the Activity
• Impact on the Community

Judges will not be given the names of the students, only their ages and gender. Judges’ rankings will be totaled together to determine the winners. Judges’ decisions are final.

Cash awards to top two entries

Sponsored by:
Rocky Mountain Stoa in memory of Sandra Bateman

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