Four North High School juniors have been recognized for outstanding service and volunteerism through the National Community Service Awards, sponsored by the United Nations Association of the United States of America (UNA-USA) and InnerView.
Rebecca Karpel, Reyna Kim, and Olivia Yeroushalmi have been honored as Ambassador Awardees for contributing over 100 hours of service this school year. Serena Eshaghoff earned an Honor Award for contibuting over 40 hours of service.
Additionally, Rebecca and Olivia have been named Zero Hero Awardees, a special recognition for service with a focus on creating communities free of hunger and waste. The Zero Hero awards are sponsored by The Kroger Co.
The National Community Service Awards, open to high school and college-age students, are designed to connect student community service activities and commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to transform our world. The UN Sustainable Development Goals, adopted by all UN member states in 2015, outline 17 goals for a better world by 2030.
North High award recipients have been recognized for their service contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals for Gender Equality and Good Health & Well-Being. North High is one of 429 schools nationwide with student awardees who are recognized as local leaders and global citizens through the National Community Service Awards.