Australian Olympic Committee
 
Olympic Change-Maker

Nominate your 2021 Change-Makers

1. Identify up to TWO Year 10, 11 or 12 students who actively demonstrate leadership thought sport and/or use sport as a vehicle to improve health and wellbeing and drive social change in their school or local community.
2. Complete nomination form.

ONCE NOMINATED

  • Follow up with student/s to register for the Forum.
  • Encourage students to apply for the National Summit by creating and submitting a video. This video can show their leadership through sport in their school or local community, and/or use their use as a vehicle to improve health & wellbeing and drive social change in their school or local community.
  • Stay connected and receive updates about the program.

ALL NOMINATED CHANGE-MAKERS RECEIVE

  • Invitation to attend the Virtual Change-Maker Forum - 2nd September 2021.
  • Invitation to be part of the Change-Maker Alumni, to connect with students around the country.
  • Certificate of recognition.
  • Consideration to attend the National Change-Maker Summit (video submission required).

 

2020 Change-Maker Summit

 

 

 

WATCH / 21 Change-Makers were joined by Cate Campbell and Matt Carroll at the live Summit
Olympic Change-Maker

Change-Maker Forum

Change-Makers will come together for the annual forum held on September 2. The Forum connects students and schools around Australia in one major event. Join us and celebrate young leaders nominated for the 2021 Change-Maker award.

The Forum will feature guest Olympians as we delve into insightful discussion about leadership, overcoming challenges in creating change, as well as gaining first-hand insight in our athletes’ experience at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. During the event students will be able to interact and ask questions, having them answered live.

Olympic Change-Maker

Change-Maker National Summit

The National Summit is a unique event that brings together up to 25 young leaders from around the country. During this event, students will work alongside Olympians and provide a vital youth voice and recommendations to the AOC. The Summit will be held in December (date tbc), and depending on government health guidelines, the event will take place in person or virtually.

To be part of the National Summit, students are required to submit a 1-minute video which actively demonstrates how you:
• Display leadership through sport in your school or local community, and/or
• Use sport as a vehicle to improve health & wellbeing and drive social change in your school or local community

Successful submissions will be based upon the student’s ability to demonstrate:
• Leadership
• Social Impact
• Innovation
• Inclusion of the Program’s 2021 theme: “Change”; and
•Complies with the (17 - Video Criteria) in the Terms and Conditions

A panel of Olympians will determine the successful students.