April 8, 2020
The Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) has announced that applications are now being accepted for the annual Teen Servant Leadership Award.
The following information about the award is posted on the HSLDA website:
The Servant Leadership Award recognizes homeschooled teens for exemplary community service in their local area, halfway around the world, or both! Started in 2016, this award honors students who selflessly and steadily give of their time and talents to make a difference for those who are hurting or overlooked in their time of need.
Each fall at our National Leaders Conference, HSLDA selects three students to receive $2,000 awards in appreciation of their contributions through service. The students are then invited to address the assembly of homeschool leaders from around the country.
The evident enthusiasm of these teens and the incredible impact of their work prove that they are leaders not just of tomorrow but already of today as they inspire us to go and do likewise. This is the meaning in the name, Servant Leadership Award.
HSLDA will cover all costs associated with travel and attending the first two days of the conference for the three winners and one parent each.
We will be accepting nominations for this award April 9 through May 9. Any adult may nominate a homeschooled teen between the ages of 13 and 19 years old for community service performed since April of the prior year.
To learn more, or to nominate a student, visit: