The Young Conservatives Coalition will be awarding 10 young professional conservatives who’ve made a significant contribution to the conservative movement at large or in their home state at the next Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in February 2010.
These awards will recognize the unique contributions young conservatives play in the movement and will highlight their successes, while also honoring William F. Buckley Jr. – a conservative movement leader/icon who founded National Review and wrote God and Man at Yale all before the age of 30.
1. Must be between the ages of 18-40;
2. Must be nominated (nominees can nominate themselves);
3. Made a significant contribution to the conservative movement at large or in their home state by (one of the following):
a. Leading and/or organizing a significant grassroots and/or media initiative;
b. Contributing meaningfully to an influential election (on staff or volunteer);
c. Utilizing new techniques and/or technologies to advance the conservative cause;
d. Displayed courage under fire