HUDDERSFIELD student Sana Khan has gained two awards for volunteer work.
Greenhead College student Sana, 17, has received Millenium Volunteers Awards for Excellence.
One was for completing 100 hours of voluntary work and the other was for completing 200 hours.
To achieve both awards, Sana volunteered once a week at the Thornhill Grange nursing home in Lindley.
Every Friday, she visited the nursing home and helped with tasks such as serving meals and reading to residents.
Sana is also working towards a gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award at Greenhead College.
Sana's efforts were praised by Claire Townend, the Millenium Volunteers co-ordinator and Duke of Edinburgh's Award development officer for Kirklees Young People's Service.
She said: "You have a year to complete your Millenium Volunteers award and it is very challenging.
was encouraged to take part by the college. They are very keen on students volunteering and the young people are motivated because they are trying to get as much on their CV as possible for university applications.
" The work they do is valuable."
To take part in Millenium Volunteers schemes you must be aged 16 to 24.
Young people wanting to volunteer contact Kirklees Young People's Service.
Youngsters aged under 16 can be placed on Duke of Edinburgh's Award schemes.
Contact Claire Townend on 01484 222374.