The Dinah Shore Scholarship, sponsored by the LPGA Foundation, is granted annually to a female high school senior who is pursuing a college education, but will not be playing collegiate golf. One $5,000 scholarship will be awarded.
Smoking is bad, we've all heard about the studies and we know it shortens your life. But still, there are people who are hooked on their cigarettes. So QuitDay.org has created an essay contest for students to write about smoking issues.
Applicants must submit a typed essay (1,000–1,500 words) answering the following questions:
The Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is sponsoring a photography contest, open to teachers and students anywhere in the world.
Send them your photos that show examples of climate change OR examples of combating or adapting to climate change.
Entries are limited to 3 photos per person.
TheDream.US funds a scholarship for undocumented immigrants. This scholarship is available to high school seniors or high school graduates with demonstrated financial need who are first time college students and seek to earn a career-ready associate’s or bachelor’s degree. Students who are currently enrolled in college are not eligible. Scholars are selected from a nationwide pool of applicants.
The From the Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Student Contest was created to inspire next generation ocean stewardship. The contest challenges High School and Middle School students to communicate ocean science and take a stand for environmental issues through a creative art form. There are four ways to participate through Art, Poetry, Writing or Film.
The 2016 theme is: Making Meaning out of Ocean Pollution
The American Sleep Medicine Foundation is issuing a nationwide creative challenge to young filmmakers: Tell a sleep story to help them shine a light on the effects of sleep problems.
You can win $500 for you and $500 for your school. The best videos will be used to educate the public about sleep.
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