KCP&L Community MVP Program | Kansas City Chiefs - Chiefs.com
The KCP&L Community MVP program spotlights teens in the Greater Kansas City KCP&L service area that dedicate their time to improving their communities. Teens volunteering to make a positive difference in the lives around them can nominate themselves, or the nomination can be submitted on their behalf—often from parents, neighbors or school staff.
One finalist will receive a $5,000 scholarship to a 529 College Savings Plan. The other nine finalists will each receive a $1,000 scholarship to a 529 College Savings Plan. In addition, all finalists will receive a VIP game day experience at Arrowhead.
- A Nominator must live within the KCP&L service territory and have the Nominee's parents or guardian's written consent for entry into the contest.
- All nominations must be submitted at www.chiefs.com/mvp or www.kcpl.com/mvp.
- A Nominator can only nominate one "MVP" throughout the season. If a nominator submits multiple nominations, only the first submission will be considered.
- A Nominator must provide the contact info, including email address and telephone number of the nominee.
- A Nominator must provide a digital head-shot photo of the nominee.
- A Nominator must provide a first-person narrative as to why the nominee should be selected (250 words or less).
- A Nominator must submit the nomination in English.
- A Nominator must agree to be included in a publicity release should his/her MVP be selected.
COMMUNITY MVP ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
- Must live within the KCP&L service territory
- Must be between the ages of 13 – 18
- All entries must have a parent's or guardian's consent
- Employees of KCP&L are not eligible to enter
KEY FACTORS CONSIDERED IN SELECTION PROCESS
- The level of impact made on the community-at-large as a result of the MVP's volunteerism.
- The primary volunteering must have occurred within the last 12 months (October 2015 – October 2016).
- How the MVP went "above and beyond" to serve and inspire others.
- The degree to which the nominator is able to convey the overall significance and impact of the MVP's work.