Service and Government Engagement Awards Recognize Young New Yorkers' Public Service, Community Engagement
NEW YORK -- Today, State Senator Daniel Squadron announced the third annual Service and Government Engagement (SAGE) Awards, honoring graduating Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn students who have demonstrated public service and a deep commitment to their communities beyond the classroom.
Elementary, middle, and high schools across the 25th Senate District have nominated students who exemplify a civic-minded spirit and have made an impact on their communities through service and engagement. Senator Squadron founded the award in 2009 to recognize students’ achievements and foster a lifelong commitment to public service among New York’s young people.
The awards will be presented to students at graduation ceremonies throughout the week.
WHAT: Third Annual Service and Government Engagement (SAGE) Awards
WHO: Senator Daniel Squadron; Graduating Students
WHERE: Schools across Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn
WHEN: June 21-27, 2011