Nominate a Young Ambassador Today
The Sioux City Mayor’s Youth Commission’s accepts applications for its Young Ambassadors program in March and April. This program honors students who have displayed good character and/or exceptional leadership inside or outside of the classroom.
All nominated students will receive a free Young Ambassadors t-shirt, gifts from area businesses, and public recognition at a ceremony the first Monday in May at 7 p.m. at City Hall. From the nominations, 10 students will be selected to be mentored by members of the Sioux City Mayor’s Youth Commission and given additional recognition.
To be eligible, the student must be in 4th-7th grade during 2015-16 school year, enrolled in a Sioux City public or parochial school, reside in Sioux City but attend a school outside of Sioux City, or be home schooled in Sioux City.
All letters of recommendation should be submitted by April 1 to firstname.lastname@example.org OR to Sioux City Young Ambassadors, c/o Siouxland CARES, 101 Pierce Street, Sioux City, Iowa, 51101.
2016 Young Ambassadors
Andrew Brockhaus, 5th Grade, Holy Cross BS
Gwen Burnight, 6th Grade, East Middle School
Aubrey Dolphin, 7th grade, East Middle School
Adam Eberhardt, 7th grade, West Middle School
Micsha Gleiser, 4th Grade, Clark Elementary
Abby Hammer, 5th Grade, Lincoln Elementary
Madeline Jordan, 7th grade, West Middle School
Christina Mihelakakis, 7th Grade, West Middle School
Natalie Stubbe, 6th Grade, East Middle School
Evelyn Tidwell, 5th grade, Spalding Park Elementary
This program is a partnership between the City of Sioux City, Sioux City Mayor’s Youth Commission, and Siouxland CARES.