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Scholarship Essay 405!! Scholarship essay Due February 3, 2012
Rules You can search for other scholarships, but if you chose a scholarship competition that is not in this power point you MUST get it approved by me!! Rough Draft due February 2, 2012 PEER EDIT Due date February 3, 2012 The requirements must be turned in with the essay/project. Of course Typed- Times New Roman 12 with word count at the bottom
Religious Liberty Essay Scholarship Contest Award Amount 3 Deadline Date Mar 15 Awards Available $1,000 Description: The Religious Liberty Essay Scholarship Contest is open to high school juniors and seniors. To enter, you must compose an essay of between 800 and 1200 words that examines the role religion should play during a presidential campaign.. Applicable Majors: All Fields of Study Website http://www.bjconline.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&i d=44&Itemid=146
FIRE's "Freedom in Academia" Essay Contest Award Amount $5,000 Deadline Date Nov 05 Awards Available 7 Description: The FIRE's "Freedom in Academia" Essay Contest is open to high school seniors graduating in the spring of 2012. To enter, you must watch two short videos and write a 800- to 1000-word essay in response to the videos, which revolve around free speech and freedom of expression. Applicable Majors: All Fields of Study Website http://thefire.org/takeaction/students/essaycontest
Bridgestone Safety Scholars Video Contest Award Amount $10,000 Deadline Date June 24 Awards Available 3 For my class- this involves a detailed script as well as a video. Description: The Safety Scholars Video Contest is open to students aged 16 to 21 in the U.S. and Canada who are enrolled as full - time students in an accredited secondary, college level, or trade school. You must submit an original 25 or 55 second video on one or more issues or topics relating to automobile safety. The video should convey effective ways to improve driver safety for drivers ages 16 through 21. Applicable Majors: All Fields of Study Website http://www.safetyscholarsvideo.com/
CollegeTalk Scholarship Award Amount $750 Deadline Date Aug 14 Awards Available Varies Description: The CollegeTalk Scholarship is available to students ages 16 and older. To be considered, you must, in 600 words or less, tell who you want as your president from 2012 to 2016. Applicable Majors: All Fields of Study Website http://collegeinquirer.com/scholarship/
DNA Day Essay Contest Award Amount $400 Deadline Date March 07 Awards Available Varies Description: The DNA Day Essay Contest is available to students in grades 9-12. Students must compose an essay of no more than 700 words that examine, question, and reflect on the important concepts of genetics. Essays are expected to contain substantive, well-reasoned arguments indicative of a depth of understanding of the concepts related to the essay questions. Applicable Majors: All Fields of Study Website http://www.ashg.org/education/dnadaycontest.shtml
The National WWII Museum On-Line Student Essay Contest Award Amount $500 Deadline Date Mar 30 Awards Available 3 Description "I keep my ideals, because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart." —Anne Frank The National WWII Museum asks...Is Anne Frank Right? The National WWII Museum invites you to tell us, in your own words, if you agree with Anne Frank’s belief that "people are really good at heart". Read her diary to get a fuller understanding of her views, which were often contradictory, but always heartfelt. Use WWII and the Holocaust as a starting point and base you answer in part on examples you find in this history. This is NOT a research paper about Anne Frank or WWII. Your essay will be judged for originality, clarity of expression, adherence to contest theme, historical accuracy, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. The best essays will include specific examples from WWII and specific examples from today. You may use examples from your own experiences, as Anne so often did. Museum education staff will judge entries. Rules: Contest is open to all high school students in the United States and United States Territories. Your essay must be 1,000 words or less. Only one essay per student may be submitted. Submissions must be submitted to The National WWII Museum by March 30th, 5:00pm CST. Winners will be notified and announced on May 2nd. Museum will accept the first 500 valid entries only. The website will indicate when 500 essays have been submitted. Further submissions will not be accepted. All entries become property of The National WWII Museum and may be reproduced, in whole or part, by the Museum in printed or electronic form. Proper attribution will be made.
AFA Teens for Alzheimer’s Awareness College Scholarship Award Amount $5,000 Deadline Date Feb 15 Awards Available 1 Scholarship Description As more and more families across America are affected by Alzheimer’s disease, many teenagers as well are becoming aware of this heartbreaking brain disease—from personal experiences in their own families, watching friends and neighbors, or involvement in community service. In an effort to provide an outlet for teenagers to express their thoughts about Alzheimer’s disease and to engage the younger generation in this important cause, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) is pleased to offer the AFA Teens for Alzheimer’s Awareness College Scholarship—an annual $5,000 scholarship to one deserving college-bound student. The scholarship will be awarded to one student per year. The deadline for applications is February 15 of each year. This scholarship provides an excellent opportunity for high school juniors and seniors (entering an accredited college or university within 12 months of the application deadline) to give thoughtful consideration to the impact Alzheimer’s disease has on their own lives and others in their family and community. An independent committee selected by AFA will judge all timely submissions. Author identity will remain anonymous during the judging. AFA will award the grand prize winner a $5,000 scholarship to be used toward the first year of the student’s college education. AFA will notify the grand prize winner, along with a first and second runner-up, on April 1st. AFA will provide the scholarship payment upon receipt of official documentation of registration from the college/university that the student is attending in the following fall or spring (for example, a letter with proof of first semester’s payment from the registrar’s office). Should the scholarship winner fail to attend college within the stated time period, the scholarship will be given to the first runner-up. AFA will post the grand prize winning essay on www.afateens.org to help inspire others. The two runners-up will receive a certificate of appreciation and their essays also will be posted on the AFA Teens Web site. AFA may publish the winning/runner-up essays in other media or utilize them for other publicity and informational purposes. Information and an application form are posted at www.afateens.org.www.afateens.org Website Address http://www.afateens.org
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