EARCOS Global Citizenship Award & Community Service Grant

This award is presented to a student who embraces the qualities of a global citizen. This student is a proud representative of his/her nation while respectful of the diversity of other nations, has an open mind, is well informed, aware and empathetic, concerned and caring for others encouraging a sense of community and strongly committed to engagement and action to make the world a better place. Finally, this student is able to interact and communicate effectively with people from all walks of life while having a sense of collective responsibility for all who inhabit the globe.

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Global Citizen awards ready for delivery

Mr. Ver Castro gets 2018 Global Citizen awards ready to send to schools.

EARCOS staff help pack Global Citizen Awards, (L-R) RJ Macalalad, Edzel Drilo, Rodz Catubig,Robert Viray, and Mr. Ver Castro.



The student:
• will be completing his/her penultimate year (the year before graduation, generally 11th grade).
• understands the interdependence and interconnectedness of both human and ecological issues.
• demonstrates strong collaborative, problem solving, listening, and consensus building skills.
• strives to be well informed on global issues.
• consistently demonstrates a sense of intrinsic voluntarism.
• exhibits extraordinary leadership skills.
• is committed to being an active participant in the coming year's leadership responsibilities.
• is in "good academic standing".
• is conversant in at least two languages.

Student Selection:

Notice of student selections from EARCOS member schools will be posted on the EARCOS web page. Selected students will receive a plaque in recognition of their achievement. Also, they become eligible to apply for one of six USD500 EARCOS Community Services Grants.

• The above criteria are available to every member school.
• The High School Principal should ask faculty for recommendations of those students meeting stated expectations.
• The school may wish to designate a faculty-screening group, with the option of including a student, to review recommended candidates.
• This screening group should be appointed at the member school.
• This group selects one Global Citizenship Award recipient from among those recommended candidates.
• The student’s name and other required information should be submitted on this form not later than April 14, 2019.
• EARCOS will disribute the commemorative materials, which are intended to arrive by the middle of May 2019.
• The faculty-screening group should write a formal congratulatory letter and deliver it, at the school’s discretion (immediately or at a school awards assembly), at the end of the year along with the engraved plaque supplied by EARCOS.
• There may not be a qualified recipient each year at each school site.

Community Service Grant:

Students designated by their schools as a Global Citizen are eligible to apply for one of six, $500 Community Service Grants. These grants are awarded to Global Citizens who are actively involved in a service project benefiting either children, adults, or the environment. The grant is intended to enhance and support the student’s continued efforts with the project during their final year of high school. Interested students are asked to work with their high school principal or designated faculty advisor to complete the application which is found below.

Application Form:

Deadline – Global Citizenship Award – April 14, 2019

The high school principal, or designated faculty member should submit the student’s name and other supporting information on the EARCOS Global Citizenship Award Recipient – School’s Notice Form. The deadline is April 14, 2019.

>> Click here
>> Download MSWord version. (if your school is unable to access the Google form, use this one and submit to boldread@earcos.org)

Any questions about the procedure to designate an EARCOS Global Citizenship Award should be directed to Bill Oldread at this email address boldread@earcos.org on or before this date April, 14 2019.

Deadline – Community Service Grant – June 01, 2019

Questions about the Community Service Grant Application should be submitted via the required form to boldread@earcos.org,no later that June 01, 2019, which is the deadline for receiving completed applications.

>> Click here
>> Download MSWord version. (if your school is unable to access the Google form, use this one and submit to boldread@earcos.org)

Commemorative Materials:

EARCOS will provide an engraved plaque with the student's name, a travel wallet and a certificate to each school by May 15, 2019, which should arrive in time for the End-of-Year Awards Assemblies.