Leicester Law graduate shortlisted for ‘Student Volunteer of the Year Award 2014’

Posted by ap507 at Jan 27, 2014 12:05 PM |
National award celebrates student volunteers’ positive impact on local communities

A School of Law graduate has been shortlisted for the Student Volunteer of the Year Award 2014.

Michaela Dowe-Stephenson (pictured) has been nominated for the highly-esteemed accolade after her outstanding volunteering work with the Leicestershire Youth Offending Service and Witness Service.

As part of the nomination, Michaela has been invited to attend an awards ceremony at the Houses of Parliament in London, which will be hosted by former Paralympic athlete Baroness Grey-Thompson DBE.

This is not the first time that Michaela has been recognised for her efforts – she won the Leicester Award Student of the Year last summer through the Volunteering Award.

The Student Volunteer of the Year award is a national celebration of the positive impact students have on their local and global communities through volunteering. The award celebrates the very best student volunteers from across the country and highlights the positive contribution they have made to their communities.

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