Essay Scholarships offer students an opportunity to stand out based on their writing. You are evaluated by how you put your thoughts on paper and not on your GPA or community service. The essay competition represents an opportunity for creative students, those with good ideas and those capable of in depth research to stand out.
The American Foreign Service Association’s national high school essay contest completed its twenty-second year with nearly 440 submissions from 36 states. Three randomized rounds of judging produced this year’s winner, Jonas Lorincz, a junior from Marriotts Ridge High School in Marriottsville, Maryland.
Essay, Writing, and Creative Contests. Unless otherwise noted, UIC Scholarships does not administer or sponsor the programs listed on its website.The content of these pages are merely a guide for current undergraduate and professional school students at UIC.All eligible entries received will be judged by a panel of qualified judges on the equally-weighted criteria of: 1) The compelling nature of the story (i.e., how the entrant dealt with the loss on a personal and financial level) and 2) The educational nature of the story regarding the role of insurance (i.e., how life insurance, other forms of insurance, or lack of insurance impacted the.Deadline: Sept. 19 (But be sure to to keep an eye out for other, future deadlines as this is a biannual contest.) 3. Web of Life Foundation Essay Competition. This non-profit (WOLF) aims to break society out of its conventional thinking and to “unleash the imagination.” Cue a writing competition.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is proud to announce the 17 winners of the 2017 William Schultz High School Essay Contest. FFRF has offered essay competitions to college students since 1979, high school students since 1994 and graduate students since 2010.Read More
Traci Kaninberg, Assumption High School, Louisville, Kentucky Maria Cheriyan, Detroit Country Day School, Beverly Hills, Michigan Mika Poelma, Kadena High School, Kadena Air Base, Okinawa City, Japan Danielle Zhang, Ladue Horton Watkins High School, St. Louis, Missouri Marisa Gibbons, Science Hill High School, Johnson City, Tennessee.Read More
We the Living was published in 1936 and was the first novel published by Ayn Rand. The book deals with the the struggle between the individual and the state and was an early statement by Ayn Rand against communism. The essay contest asks high school students in the 10th through 12th grade to write about the book in an essay of 700 to 1500 words.Read More
Everyone has heard or been told, “high school is what you make of it.” High school is in fact what you make of it, but it is also the time of great change in everybody. Read more: E ntertainment speech about high school life essay. They say HIGH SCHOOL is the best part of growing up and being a teenager.Read More
JASNA conducts an annual student Essay Contest to foster the study and appreciation of Jane Austen's work. Several hundred students compete for scholarship awards each year. The contest is open to students world-wide in three divisions: High School: students and home-schooled students enrolled at the high school level during the contest year.Read More
The Foundation awards scholarships to high school seniors in Prince William County, Virginia and surrounding areas. Each year our Foundation awards several scholarships to local youth in consideration of their academic achievement, demonstrated leadership, volunteer activities, and participation in community service projects.Read More
NIH will award cash prizes to the contest winners and certificates to those receiving honorable mention. Although the contest was open to all high school students nationwide, it started as part of the Healthy Mind Initiative, which aims to increase mental health awareness and promote suicide prevention in Asian American and Pacific Islander youth.Read More
In genetics, anecdotal evidence from practitioners of high school life science (teacher e-mails and listserv communications) and direct evidence collected through these 2 years of ASHG-sponsored nationwide essay contests suggest that genetics is an area where many high school students harbor multiple misconceptions and significant misinformation.Read More
The Foundation. The James K. Adams and Arlene L. Adams Foundation began in 1993 and since then, through its program of financial assistance for post-high school education, has been helping students to grow, develop careers, and give back to their communities.Read More
The Independent Social Research Foundation and Organization Studies awarded the 2016 ISRF Essay Prize in Organisation Studies to Simon Stevens (Loughborough University) for his essay Life and Letting Die: A story of the homeless, autonomy, and anti-social behaviour.Read More