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Hosting the first ever 'Black Youth Achievements - The Awards' in 2009.

An event not to be missed, where we will be recognising the ambitions, commitment and achievements from our young people and then rewarding them publicly
BUC members include Business Leaders, Community Champions and Role Models who join together and share resources. Do you share this ethos?


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What is an achievement?

Posted on March 12, 2009 at 21:19 1 Comment

I've been asked this question quite a lot recently. Maybe people are wondering whether they're actually worthy of a nomination. What have they achieved really?

Well, as far as I'm concerned, an achievement is extremely personal to us as individuals. An achievement cannot be determined by someone elses success, nor should it be set by someone elses benchmark.

The dictionary definition of an achievement is:-

'The act of accomplishing or finishing.

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At 21:10 on September 5, 2009, Lisa Mundembe said…
Aah bless, I just saw your Awards now and I wanted to nominate myself but hey I will still tel you about what I am working on. I am currently starting an Inspirational Magazine so if you want me for anything please do get in touch.

Thank you and God bless.

At 15:46 on April 13, 2009, Paulette West MBE BUC Ambassador said…
Hi Kay,
Great to meet you at the event. Many thanks for coming out and supporting our initiatives.
Happy to help in any way I can for your Black Youth Achievements - Youth Panel. My daughter was interested in getting involved. She is a BUC Member and her name is Chantelle West.
Hope you're having a fantastic Easter.
Speak soon.
At 15:12 on April 7, 2009, Ola Fagbohun said…
Hi Kay, please please do send me your travel story. I am on a major push to get more black women to share their travel stories. All published contributors go into a prize draw. Your story should be no more than 900 words, and please add a photo or two. Let me know if you need any help with it. Please include a short bio plus a link to your event. I look forward to reading it. Thanks again and help me spread the word.
At 21:07 on April 1, 2009, Mark Prince said…
just wanted to let you no i think what your doing is great and i pray for your successs in all you put your hands to.. stay blessed..im sure i seen you before. take care

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