Young Achievers International   
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About Young Achievers Young Achiever 1

Young Achievers are:

  • Students in grades 5-10
  • Positive role models
  • Successful achievers in a variety of areas
  • Leaders who are appointed and/or elected
  • Good citizens in their schools and communities
  • Competent scholars with good attendance records
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Many outstanding students are recognized in their commmunites through established Young Achievers programs. These include Fairview Heights, Illinois; Elizabethtown and Lexington, Kentucky; and Lenoir City, Tennessee.

CLICK HERE for specific community programs.

Where there are no established Young Achievers programs, nominations may be submitted directly to ILN. CLICK HERE for required information and nomination form. If you would like information on starting a Young Achievers program in your community, e-mail ilnleadnet@aol.com or call 314-961-5978.

Young Achievers receive Certificates of Recognition from International Leadership Network and are listed on the website. They are considered for the following special awards:

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  • Grades 5-7 Young Achiever of the Year
  • Grades 8-10 Young Achiever of the Year

These special award recipients each receive a $500 U.S. Savings Bond.

A Student may be recognized as a Young Achiever two times with two years between recognitions.

Note: The deadline date for ILN Young Achievers nominations is May 15. (Please see Chapter information for their deadline dates.)

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF ILN's YOUNG ACHIEVER AWARD RECIPIENTS FROM 2011- PRESENT



Bradley W. Pingel

Letter from Kenneth L. Pingel:

Our son, Bradley W. Pingel, as a 10th grader at Francis Howell High School in Cottleville, was a Gateway Young Achiever in 2005.

As you know, all of these young achievers are bound for many great things as they grow older and as they enter their adult life. We just wanted to inform you that Brad has continued on this path.

Brad graduated "With Distinction" from the United States Air Force Academy on May 25, 2011. He was also Commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant In the United States Air Force and is now stationed at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, working on the space, rocket and missile program.

The International Leadership Network and the Young Achiever program helped make this all possible.

We just wanted to inform you of the continued success of one of your past award winners and to know that your organization made a great selection.

May all of your future award winners have the success that Brad has achieved and go on to continued success.


Young Achievers and Leaders of Tomorrow
programs by International Leadership Network

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