YAA Candidate Application

Before filling out and submitting this form, make sure all the necessary data is at hand. You should have a PRINTED YAA Candidate Form in your YAA package that you may use for reference.  You May save the form at any time and continue later.  That chioce is at the end of the form.  BUT, you MUST click SUBMIT to be registered as a YAA Award winner! 

IMPORTANT:  After you click the SUBMIT button, please be SURE you get an immediate confirmation message AND an email CONFIRMING your submission!

YAA Candidate Form

All Fields are Required. *
  • Enter your school.
  • Your Email Address:
  • Your guidance counselor or equivalent.
  • Choose what you will be doing in the next school year or the near future.
  • Please provide any amplifying information about your future plans such as the name of the school you plan to attend, branch of service, corporation, volunteer organization, etc.
  • Bullet format please
  • School-sponsored activities. Describe what you have done, in or for your school (athletics, music, clubs, service projects, etc.). Bullet format please.
  • Activities outside school, whether self-initiated or sponsored by a community organization (church, scouts, town, state, civic organization or club, etc.). Include charitable and patriotic events. Bullet format please.
  • It is essential that you have your guidance counselor (or senior JROTC instructor) make an assessment of you. (An abridged version of this statement will be read at the YAA Banquet and published in the program as the student’s bio.) This statement (max. 200 words please) must include: 1. Verification of the accuracy of information provided in Sections 1, 2, and 3; 2. A summary/evaluation of your personal qualities and record of achievement; and, 3. Their knowledge of your plans for your future. NOTE: You will need to give your counselor time to accomplish this, get it back to you in a timely manner for you to enter it into the online application by the deadline (Saturday, 4 May 2019).
  • On Jan 20, 1961 President John F. Kennedy was inaugurated as the 35th President of the United States. During his inauguration speech, he said: "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." In an essay of fewer than 250 words, tell us if these words still have meaning today and what they mean to you. It is recommended that you proofread your essay and/or have someone proofread your essay prior to uploadiing.
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    Please NOTE: You MUST ENSURE all information is COMPLETELY ACCURATE. The information you provide WILL BECOME PUBLIC at our YAA Banquet Event and may be published in local news media and on this web site. IMPORTANT:  After you click the SUBMIT button, please be SURE you get an immediate confirmation message AND an email CONFIRMING your submission!

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