Vice-Chancellor’s Social Impact Awards – Deadline 10th June 2021

10th June 2021 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Could you, or someone you know, be the next winner of a Vice-Chancellor’s Social Impact Award? We’re looking for Oxford University students and staff who’ve made an exceptional commitment to social change to give them recognition for their work. Whether they’ve got stuck in volunteering in the local community, raising funds for charity, campaigning, or carrying out research on social and environmental issues, these Awards acknowledge students’ positive impact in their local and global community.

Apply by Thursday Week 7 (10th June) to get your achievements recognised, or shout about a friend’s work by nominating them by Thursday Week 6 (3rd June)

To apply, fill out this application form by Thursday Week 7 (10th June). Outline your work and the impact it’s had. We’ll then get in contact about the opportunity for an interview which will take place the week of 28th May onwards. The winners will then be announced at a celebratory event on Friday July 9th by the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford.

Nominate a change-maker you know through this form by Thursday Week 6 (3rd June). We will then reach out to your nominee and ask them to fill out our application form with the exact same process as above. Make sure your friend is keeping an eye on their emails!

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