Ricci Marks Award nomination
Do you know of a young Aboriginal achiever?
The Ricci Marks Award, established in 1997, recognises the achievements and aspirations of young Aboriginal people in training, education, arts, sport, culture and community leadership.
Nominees must be Aboriginal Victorians between 16 and 25 years old.
What do award recipients get?
The award is given to 2 recipients who each receive a bursary of $5,000. A special commendation award, the Ricci Marks Rising Star Award, will recognise a third young person with a bursary of $1,500.
How can I nominate someone?
All Victorians are encouraged to nominate young Aboriginal achievers.
When do nominations close?
Nominations close on Monday 6 March 2017.
Who has won before?
See the Ricci Marks Award winners page for details of past winners.