Union University Student Triumphs in GVSA Logo Contest

A Union University student wins the coveted GVSA logo design contest.

In a remarkable display of creativity and skill, a talented student from Union University has emerged as the winner of the prestigious GVSA (Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards) logo contest hosted by Volunteer Tennessee. This victory highlights the student’s exceptional design prowess and marks a significant achievement in their academic and professional journey.

Volunteer Tennessee, a 25-member bipartisan citizen commission appointed by the governor, plays a crucial role in promoting volunteerism and community service across the state. The organization is responsible for overseeing AmeriCorps programs, managing the Tennessee Serves Network, and encouraging service-learning opportunities. It is committed to fostering community service initiatives that bring together individuals of all ages and backgrounds to address various needs, including education, public safety, disaster preparedness, and environmental concerns.

The GVSA logo contest called for submissions that would encapsulate the spirit of volunteerism and community service that Volunteer Tennessee stands for. Participants from across the state were invited to submit their designs, making the competition fierce and the victory even more commendable for the Union University student.

This achievement not only brings pride to Union University but also sets an inspiring example for students and community members alike, emphasizing the impact of creativity in service and volunteerism. The winning logo will now represent the Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards, further amplifying the importance of recognizing and celebrating the contributions of volunteers in Tennessee.

For more information about Volunteer Tennessee and its initiatives, interested individuals are encouraged to visit their website and follow them on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

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