Money Smart Kids Essay Contest Scholarships! The annual Money Smart Kid Essay Contest is a creative opportunity for young students to increase their financial awareness and develop and apply their money management skills.
Thank you to all students and teachers who participated in the 2020 Profile in Courage Essay Contest. Winners, finalists, semifinalists, and honorable mentions have been notified. All participants will receive a Certificate of Participation and a letter announcing the winners and finalists by the end of May.
The scholarship essay contest is designed for students who are FULL TIME, undergraduate students in an AMERICAN COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY during the Spring 2020 semester. The July 31 deadline is designed to give these students time to finish their essays, if need be, after final exams.Essay Contest. 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.Scholastic’s Kids are Authors. This annual contest allows kids to work in groups of three or more, under the guidance of a project coordinator. Kids in grades K-8 are eligible for this contest. The contest allows the blend of story writing and artistic work, which has to be submitted together in a picture book format.
Essay Contest Submission Requirements: To the best of the student’s ability, write a 500-word essay (450-550 words are acceptable, if the topic is covered). Essay must be typed in a word processor, and then copy and paste to the corresponding text box on the application portal.Read More
Find writing contests for kids, including essay contests, poetry contests, short story contests, and so much more, listed below. You can win money, travel, publication, and lots of other amazing prizes! Simply click on the links provided to go to the entry page of the contest you are interested in for more details on how to enter. Good luck!Read More
This list provides links to three dozen scholarships for younger children. American Legion National High School Oratorical Scholarship (grades 9-12) AMVETS National Americanism Program (grades K-12) Angela Award from NSTA (grades 5-8) Ayn Rand Insitute Essay Contests (grades 8-12) Blick Mixed Media Contest (grades K-12).Read More
Students of high schools, including undergraduate and graduate candidates, can take part in our scholarship essay contest. Send your finished essay to (email protected) with Essay Writing Contest 2020 in the email’s subject to participate. Your paper must be written in English only. Please make sure your essay contains 500-700 words.Read More
Weareteachers is pleased to announce the Generation No Kid Hungry Photo Essay Contest. The contest is open for U.S. students in grades-7-12. Just add your voice and vision to the fight against childhood hunger and you might be one of 12 prize winners.Read More
The contest focuses on students who face unique challenges in attaining higher education and achieving career goals while living with a disability. Main Digest The Law Office of Michael D. Waks announced its Third Annual Essay Contest to help Students Living with a Disability.Read More
National Peace Essay Contest. For 27 years, the National Peace Essay Contest promoted serious discussion among high school students, teachers, and national leaders about international peace and conflict resolution today and in the future. Archived information on the contests is available: Winning Essays; 2012-2013 Contest; 2011-2012 Contest.Read More
Judging will be based solely on the essay—grades, financial need, and extracurricular activities do not count on this one, kids—so choose your words well. BACK NEXT.Read More
The entry deadline for this contest is December 31. Entries postmarked by December 31 will be accepted. Essay contest winners will be selected and notified in early 2020. All entries become the property of the NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund.Read More
The 28th Annual Kaplun Essay Contest Details: Write an essay 250-1,000 words (Level 1) or 250-1,500 words (Level 2) answering the appropriate essay question. Level 1 (grades 7-9): What person of importance to the Jewish people, past or present, would you like to meet and why?Read More