Tallinn announces competition of workers with youth

Starting yesterday, September 15th, all residents of Tallinn can nominate people for the contest "Great Things". The contest will mark those who have done something important for the youth over the past year. In addition, the Tallinn youth worker of the year and a volunteer of the year will be chosen.

The purpose of the competition is to select youth workers, outstanding young volunteers and actions, which served to development of work with the youth in the capital.

Vice-Mayor of Tallinn, Mikhail Kylvart, noted that it is very important that the society value both the youth and what is done for it. "There are many initiative people among us who do a lot for the youth. We are waiting more applications for the contest, telling about brave deeds and youth initiatives, in order to appreciate them," - the vice-mayor said.

The competition will be held in two categories: "great things for Tallinn youth" and "great things of Tallinn youth". Also the nominees are waited for the title of Tallinn youth worker of the year, to choose those who have done outstanding and important work, and also contributed to the development of work with young people in the city.

This year there will be a new category: a young volunteer of the year. The purpose of its appearance is to mark active young people who this year were engaged in volunteer work and were an example for Tallinn children, working for the benefit of society. The deadline for submitting applications for the "Great Things" contest is November 15th, 2017. Additional information is available on the website.

The contest "Great Things" has been held for the thirteenth time. The names of the winners will be announced in December at a festive reception.

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