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UD leadership students Megan Wakelee (left) and Gillian Looney (center)
receive special recognition from Wilmington Mayor James Baker (right)
for their work with the Jefferson Awards Students in Action program.
1:11 p.m., June 23, 2011--Five University of Delaware students were
recognized for exceptional public and community service through the
Jefferson Awards Students in Action (SIA) program during a ceremony held
May 27 in Wilmington.
Cited were recent graduates Matt Binsted, Megan Wakelee, Gillian Looney, Stephanie Ottino and Katilin Wolfert, all organizational and community leadership majors in the School of Public Policy and Administration.
Sam Beard, president and co-founder of the Jefferson Awards, said,
Our goal is to inspire students to lead in service. These honorees
The UD students worked with Delaware high schools as leadership
coaches through the SIA program. As coaches, they organized a statewide
leadership conference for high school students and worked together to
revise SIA leadership training to be more interactive.
SIA trains high school students in leadership. It currently operates
in 32 Delaware high schools and has a mission to dramatically increase
teen service. In 2010-2011, students in the 32 participating high
schools offered 237,112 volunteer hours, equivalent to a federally rated
value of more than $4.9 million.
The prestigious Jefferson Awards program was established in 1972 by
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, U.S. Sen. Robert Taft, Jr., and Beard with
the intention of creating a Nobel Prize for public and community
Originally published by UDaily.
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