Student Awards 2024

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Nominations for Student Awards 2024 are now OPEN!

 

 

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You can nominate an individual, group, or JSoc for awards in the following categories:  

For a project that:

- Encourages positive social change in local or national communities and/or on campus 
- There worked tirelessly and are/were dedicated to making a change. 

Put on events, which could include, but not exclusive to: 

- Fundraisers 
- Mitzvah day 
- Period Poverty 
- And more 
For a project:

- That brings people of different faiths together 
- Has a positive impact on faith communities 
- Active in interfaith networks and spaces 

Can include: 

- Social events 
- Educational events 
- Interfaith Friday Night Dinners 
- Representing the JSoc in interfaith panels 
- And more 
For an initiative that:  

- Engages with Israel in a productive manner 
- Can be political, educational, social, charitable, etc. 
- Makes an impact on the conversation around Israel on campus 
- Shows creativity in the thought process around engagement 
For a campaign that:  

- Includes events and/or social media 
- Raises awareness and support of an issue 
- Can tie in with a national UJS campaign or be independent

Topics such as: 

- Jewish education 
- Liberation
- Mental health 
- Politics 
- Social action 
- And more 

Or an individual who has:

- Gone above and beyond to campaign for a cause they believe in
- Raised awareness and created change in their community
- Shown continued dedication and enthusiasm for their campaigning
- Creatively and collaboratively advocated on behalf of others over the past year
For an event that:  

- Can be any size – it’s about the quality not how many people came 
- Made a positive impact to the Jewish students  
- Is different to the JSoc’s usual events 
- Shows initiative and creativity 
- Embodies UJS’ values 
For a student who:  

- Has made a large contribution to Jewish Life on campus 
- Has shown excellent leadership on campus or in the community
  - Is continuing to positively impact their Jewish Community 
- Open to all opportunities 
- Dedicates their time (often without credit) 
- Dedicated to making a difference. 
- Will go on to have an impact on the Jewish and wider community 
- Embodies the values of UJS in their leadership 
For a JSoc that:
  
- Goes above and beyond to provide for its members, creating a Jewish home away from home 
  - Offers regular and a variety of events throughout the year 
  - Shows progress and development from the previous year 
  - Not necessarily the biggest JSoc, or the JSoc that offers events every week
   - Makes a impact on Jewish Student Life on campus
This award is for a group or individual who has shown dedication during the year to bring Judaism to Jewish Student.
   
- Can be any size – it’s about the quality not how many people were involved 
- Made a positive impact to Jewish students  
- Was a one off or regular activity
- Showed initiative and creativity 
To thank a student for the many devoted hours of encouragement and help they have given both inside and outside the community. 

- Made a positive impact   
  - Supported others    
  - Shown exceptional dedication to volunteering 
For a student or project that: 

- Has dedicated their time to educating others about Liberation and inclusion
- Has provided a platform and space for students to speak about their experiences 
  - Continues to be an Activist for their particular Liberation Network 
- Has facilitated inclusive spaces that celebrate marginalised groups 
- Advocated on behalf of our one of our liberation groups (Women, LGBTQ+, Working Class, People of Colour and Disability) 
For a Jsoc that:

- Established (or re-established) within the last 3 academic years
- Creating a vibrant Jewish life on campus
- Supporting Jewish students
In memory of Alan Senitt z”l, UJS President 2001-2003. Alan was a role model for those working with him, inspiring young leaders and empowering those around him.  He was an inspirational community leader and political activist with a great passion and belief for all that he did and with a great future ahead of him. 

For a student in their final year who has:  

- Shown exceptional dedication to contributing to Jewish life on campus throughout their time 
- Is both a leader and an example to others 
This award is for a JSoc or individual committee member who has created an incredible social media presence throughout the year, including, but not limited to:

- Using a variety of platforms to enagage members, sharing important messages and campaigns and sharing highlights from events.
- Can be any JSoc
- Demonstrates the way in which the society using individual platforms and the impact it has had
- Any potential digital collaborations that may have taken place
This award if for an individual or team who have:

- Dedicated their time to increasing the presence of Jewish student teams across the country.
- Have worked to create a space that includes all those who want to participate.

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