The First Freedom Student Competition is open to 9th to 12th grade high school students. You are required to submit an essay or video commenting on the history and current-day relevance of religious freedom in our country.
The US constitution sets forth the right to religious freedom. The youth of today play an important role in upholding and strengthening this liberty. The First Freedom Student Competition has been developed to:
The Intel Science Talent Search is a prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors. Every year about 1600 to 1700 students submit original research to be reviewed by a jury of professional scientists. 300 students are chosen as Semifinalists and 40 are chosen as Finalists. Be aware that the Application Deadline is November 14, 2012.
The Stokes Scholarship is designed to recruit individuals, particularly minority high school students, who are planning on majoring in Computer Science or Computer/Electrical Engineering.
Those who are awarded the scholarship become NSA employees and will attend college full-time, but work during the summer at NSA for 12 weeks in areas related to their course of study.
Create and submit an original one minute video explaining why you deserve tuition to win the Dr. Pepper Million Dollar Tuition Giveaway. Please follow guidelines for video submission as described on the Submission Form at DrPepper.com.
The Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship will pay your full tuition and housing costs for four years if you are one of the more than 800 caddies selected each year. This scholarship is for students who have a strong caddie record, excellent grades, outstanding character and demonstrated financial need.
Are you constantly taking photos? Is your camera always ready for action? Here’s a great photography contest for those of you over 18 years old. This is Smithsonian Magazine's 10th Annual Photo Contest.
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