With the same spirit as the Cutlery Cup, the Committee Colander hopes to highlight outstanding achievements by groups of SSAGO members who have delivered significant success by working together.
This may be through a SSAGO club committee, where a group of people have started, significantly grown or re-built a club. Perhaps they have run a high quality programme all year, had a large increase in membership or banded together to pick up a struggling club and put it back on track.
Alternatively they may have worked together for one event. It could be a local event for the club or for young people which successfully reached out to the wider Scout and Guide community. It could also be a National Event, where a committee has delivered an overwhelmingly positive experience above the usual expectations. Or even if you have had an international event, where a committee has taken SSAGO global to push boundaries, make new friends or experience something new.
If you feel that you have been surrounded by a great team you may want to nominate a committee that you yourself are part of. As the Colander will normally be awarded in April, committees of the previous academic year ending in July can also be nominated, as they wouldn’t have finished their tenure by April of the previous year.
|04/2022||The SciJam Committee||The second-ever SSAGO Committee Colander was awarded to Liverpool University SSAGO's SciJam Committee.|
|08/2020||BUSAG 2019/20 Committee||The 19/20 Birmingham University Scouts and Guides Committee were awarded the inaugural Committee Colander for their outstanding year jammed packed with big events such as their 90th Anniversary Camp and Chocolate Rally, as well as excellent recruitment and their focus on health and well being prior to, and during, Lockdown.|