Ten Outstanding Young Persons

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Ten Outstanding Young Persons schemes are award schemes in various countries honouring young people for their achievements. The recipients of such awards may be submitted to JCI as nominees for the Outstanding Young Persons of the World (TOYP) program.

Hong Kong[edit]

Ten Outstanding Young Persons awards are given annually in Hong Kong by the Junior Chamber International Hong Kong to ten people under 40 who have achieved distinction in various fields. Past recipients have included leading sportspersons, those who have contributed to society in various ways, and those who have successfully overcome daunting handicaps.

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Philippines[edit]

Ten Outstanding Young Men awards are given annually in the Philippines by the Junior Chamber International Philippines to ten men under 40 who have achieved distinction in various fields. Past recipients have included leading sportspersons, those who have contributed to society in various ways, and those who have successfully overcome daunting handicaps.

United States of America[edit]

Called the Ten Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA) program, Ten Outstanding Young American awards are given annually in the United States of America by the United States Junior Chamber to ten people under 40 who have achieved distinction in various fields.[1]

Taiwan (Republic of China)[edit]

Ten Outstanding Young Persons (Chinese: 十大傑出青年) is an award given annually to ten young people in the Republic of China (Taiwan) recognizing their achievements. Most, if not all, of the recipients are honoured for their excellence in the academic field or in sports, even though they came from humble, or even impoverished, backgrounds. It was first given in 1963.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The United States Junior Chamber - Ten Outstanding Young Americans

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