AWARD CRITERIA & NOMINATION PROCESS

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Criteria

Directors/Heads of CIS member schools or their designates may submit a maximum of one nomination per school section (primary, middle, or senior/high school) each year according to the following criteria:

  • The student(s) must have demonstrated a clear commitment to sustained interaction with students of the other nationalities, languages or ethnic backgrounds in a spirit of international understanding and cooperation.
  • The student may be a part of a group (one certificate will be awarded to the group - with individual members of the group also receiving a certificate).
  • Projects should encompass efforts directed beyond participation in regular school activities.
  • Possible award projects (by an individual or group of students) include projects that:
    • creatively solve known or emerging problems
    • acquire and effectively deploy knowledge or resources beyond those immediately available in the school
    • directly involve peoples of other cultures, racial and ethnic backgrounds, political/economic systems. The student(s) must have made a genuine commitment to initiate, sustain and complete the project or activity. Schools are encouraged to nominate students who have demonstrated a commitment to using languages other than their own mother tongue during the completion of the project.

Nomination Process

To make a nomination, CIS Member Schools may login and complete the nomination form.


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