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Announcing The 2016 Finalists

Date: 15-01-2016
Author: Gareth Jones

Eduzine Global 'ACE' Young Achiever Awards 2016

The 8 finalists have now been confirmed thanks to the votes of the general public and our own Ambassadors. Voting is now open once again for the 'Eduzine Global ACE Young Achiever 2016' award, with the winner to be announced on 20 January 2016.

Votes already cast for any of the 8 finalists will be carried forward from the nomintions round of voting. However, if you have not already voted for one of the below 8 finalists, you may now cast your vote. Only one vote will be counted per person. Those of you who voted for a nominee who failed to make the final 8 can vote for one of the finalists:

Blythe Baird - when the fat girl gets skinny

Charity Hampton - the enchanting voice of charity

Emmanuel Nyame - spirited young ghanaian entrepreneur has real impact

Gabriela & Natalia Maestre (aka 'Lil cupcake Girls') - lil cupcake girls join eduzine global

Jordan Wong - jordans hunger for robotics

Katie Stagliano - katies krops of gold 

Sarah Martin - sarahs mission

Sobina Yu - sobinas universal appeal


A public vote will determine the winner of the 2016 award, who will be following in the footsteps of our inaugural winner in 2014, Adam Bojelian (pictured below left) and our 2015 winner Aidan Aird (pictured below right). Voting is now open and closes at midday GMT on 19 January 2016. The winner will be announced on 20 January 2016.                                                                                                                                                                                              


How To Vote

Simply complete the 'Leave A Comment' section at the bottom of this article with your own name, email address and in the comment box state the name of your chosen Eduzine Global 'ACE' Young Achiever 2016 from the list of finalists above. This information will not be published. Remember to complete the simple human check, which prevents 'robot viruses' from entering.

Finalists must not vote for themselves.

Good luck to all 8 finalists!

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Date: 15-01-2016
Author: Gareth Jones


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