- Learning for Life Leadership Award: The Learning for Life Leadership Award is a national award presented to distinguished Explorers, high school Learning for Life participants, and adult volunteer leaders who have demonstrated exceptional dedication and outstanding leadership to Exploring or Learning for Life. 1 youth and 1 adult awarded
Leadership Award Form
- Young American Award: The Young American Award was first presented in 1968. It is presented to young adults, between the ages of 15 and 25, who have achieved excellence in one or more of the fields of art, athletics, business, community service, education, government, humanities, literature, music, religion, or science. The recipient must also be involved in community service that adds to quality of life, receive letters of recommendation from community leaders, and maintain an above-average grade point average. 1 award given
Young American Award Form
- Russell C. Hill Award: The Russell C. Hill Award is the highest recognition for individuals and organizations making an outstanding contribution to character education at the local, state, or national level that has added to the quality of life for families through Learning for Life. 1 award given
Russel C. Hill Award Form
- The Vivian Harris Award: is the highest recognition for individuals and organizations making an outstanding contribution to special education at the local, state, or national level that has added to the quality of life for families through Learning for Life programs.
Vivian Harris Award Form