Annual DNA Day Essay Contest - ASHG.
There are tons of writing contests for high school students, which can award everything from medals to cash prizes to scholarships if you win. Not only will a little extra money, whether cash or scholarships, help you when it comes time to pay for college, but the prestige of a respected reward is also a great thing to include on your college application.
Now in its 22nd year, the American Foreign Service Association (AFSA)’s National High School Essay Contest encourages students to think about how and why the United States engages globally to build peace, and about the role that the Foreign Service plays in advancing U.S. national security and economic prosperity. The essay prompt is below and you can find out more information about the.
The essay contest allows current middle and high school students (ages 13 to 18) who are planning to attend college the opportunity to submit an original story of up to 1,700 characters for.
Middle school students can win cash and high school seniors can win scholarship money by entering contests sponsored by the Cooperative Credit Union Association. RTN will sponsor entries from Credit Union members or from students who are dependents of RTN members.
Civil War Essay Contest After twenty years, the Gilder Lehrman Institute is retiring the Civil War Essay Contest. While we received hundreds of entries each year, this is but a small fraction of the number of students studying American history annually.
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The American History Essay Contest was established to encourage young people to think creatively about our nation's great history and learn about history in a new light. This contest is open to students in public, private, and parochial schools, and registered home-study programs. Students in grades five through eight are encouraged to participate.