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Deadlines change, please check the sponsor’s website for specific dates.

Together with the essay, add your contact information:

Deadline is in early January
Students are asked to write a Profile in Courage, an essay of no more than 1,000 words about an act of political courage by a U.S. elected official that occurred during or after 1956, the publication date of Profiles in Courage. The official may have addressed an issue at the local, state, or national level.

Step 1. Write an expository essay in English. Follow our requirements for , which are stated below.

Minimum number of words is 600 and maximum is 800.

- This program is no longer being offered.
Deadline is in early May
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.

Step 3. Wait for us to contact you, because if you get a note from us, you are a winner!

Applicants are evaluated on their teacher recommendation, community service and essay. Since the student essay carries the greatest weight in terms of possible points earned, the applicant’s efforts should be concentrated on the essay portion of the application. Here are the categories we use to score the essay:

Are you ready? Here are your topics:

Applicants can choose one essay question from their grade level.

All essays will be reviewed by June 10, 2018. We will contact winners by June 15, 2018 and discuss how we will transfer the prize money.

: January 1, 2018 at 11:59 P.M.

Deadline is in mid December
The Foot Locker Scholar Athletes program honors high school athletes who engaged in leadership activities in their communities.

Scholarship entries will be be evaluated based on the rubric .

Deadline is in early January
GE has created a scholarship program to award 20 students a year a $10,000 renewal scholarship (the maximum scholarship is $40,000).

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After our first, successful essay contest, which was based in 2015-2016 we decided to supply aid to students again by way of a $1000 scholarship for winning the contest. Second and third place will also win prizes. We hold contests and competitions each year for students’ benefits in the form of scholarships. The aim of this contest is to encourage great student writers, help them develop their creative thinking skills, and to give them a leg up in their studies. This short story writing can serve a great motivating factor for further academic achievements. Take the challenge and be guided by your competitive spirit!

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Deadline is in mid January
In order to compete in the Washington Crossing Foundation Scholarship Awards, students are asked to write a one-page essay indicating why they are interested in a career in government service. Include in the essay any inspiration to be derived from the leadership of George Washington in his famous crossing of the Delaware.

The Abrahamson & Uiterwyk Scholarship Essay Contest

- This program is no longer being offered.
Deadline is in mid December
In 1000 words or less, you need to answer the question: How does the Constitution establish and maintain a culture of liberty?