It’s time to nominate your students for the Kurt Hahn Prize 2019

Posted: 08 March 2019

Just a reminder that the nomination process for Round Square’s annual Kurt Hahn Prize is now open. There are only three weeks left to nominate your student(s) and all recommendations must be received by the end of March and will be collated by the Round Square Chief Executive for consideration by the awarding panel in April. The 2019 prize-winner(s) will be invited to speak at the RSIC 2019 in India, with the cost of their travel and conference fees being met by the Alumni of Schule Schloss Salem, who fund the award.

This prestigious prize is awarded each year by Round Square to a single student or a small group of students in recognition of an exceptional act of service to others. Follow this link to read about last year’s winner Heather Chisholm from Rothesay Netherwood, pictured above receiving her award at during the RSIC2018 Opening Ceremony at Lower Canada College.

If you would like to be put forward for this prestigious prize please speak to the Round Square co-ordinator at your school.

Click here to read the rules, details on how to nominate and a full list of previous winners. 

All nominations are welcome – good luck!

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