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THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL
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JULY-AUGUST 2013
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AFSA NEWS
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FSYF 2013 Contest and Award Winners
Every year, the Foreign Ser-
vice Youth Foundation orga-
nizes several contests for
Foreign Service youth of all
ages. Internationally mobile
kids and teens—otherwise
known as Global Nomads or
Third Culture Kids—have a
unique perspective on the
world around them.
The contests ofer FS
youth an opportunity to
share their talents and
express themselves as art-
ists, writers, videographers
and global citizens.
A panel of judges repre-
senting FSYF selects the win-
ners, and corporate sponsors
provide the prize money.
FSYF COMMUN I TY
SERV I CE AWARD
Jonathan Schwan
Emily Larsen
FSYF ART
CONTEST
5 to 8 years-old
1st place:
Sabra Elizabeth
Goveia
2nd place:
Melody Reynolds
3rd place:
Sophie Nave
9 to 12 years-old
1st place:
Ethan Banerjee
2nd place:
Caitlin Chaisson
3rd place:
Emily Rose Allen
 
13 to 18 years-old
1st place:
Helen Reynolds
2nd place:
Avery Coble
3rd place:
Emily Williams
FSYF ESSAY
CONTEST
Middle School
1st place:
Krishna Srini
2nd place:
Dhara Srini
3rd place:
Thomas Green
High School
1st place:
Ashley Wee Miller
2nd place:
Andrea Salazar
3rd place:
Natalie Hernandez
K I D V I D CONTEST
1st  Place (tie):
Baku and
Maputo
2nd Place (tie):
Shenyang
and Kuala Lumpur
3rd Place:
Frankfurt
Winners will be honored
at FSYF’s Youth Awards
Ceremony on July 19 at AFSA
Headquarters, 2101 E St.,
NW, Washington, D.C.