Clock ticks on YCLA 2011 nominations

| 11/11/2010

(CNS): There are only a few days left for the community to nominate this year’s YCLA candidates as the process closes on 16 November. Organisers of this Cayman Islands annual specialist award  said the nomination process relies on the community to identify and recommend young people who excel in both the professional and personal arenas of their lives. Over the past 12 years, recommendations for the YCLA have come from various contributors, including employers, employees, parents, siblings, coworkers, fellow church members, friends or spouses. Through their many accomplishments, YCLA candidates will have demonstrated their ability to act as leaders in both the workplace and in the community.

 They have used their aptitude and talent to advance their own positions, but also for the greater good of those around them.

In the past nine months, the current YCL has completed over 40 speaking engagement, primarily to youth. Thousands and thousands of impressionable young minds have listened carefully and benefited from the positive message of YCLA recipient, Collin Anglin and his views on character, values and the choices we make everyday, the awards organisers said this week.

“The young leaders of the YCLA are presented a strong platform from which they can make a tremendous impact with our youth,” he said.

Anyone interested in nominating a young Caymanian between the ages of 20 and 35 are encouraged to act now and contact Melissa Wolfe at 916-8335 or Nomination forms may also be obtained online at

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