She is living proof that the Jewish people have survived, against all odds, and will continue to survive -- and thrive.
Please read on below for details. Using the Purpose Challenge Toolkit, the six winning students wrote and submitted a college admission essay that clearly identified a long-term goal and succinctly articulated why this goal is personally meaningful and will positively contribute to the world at large.
I learned that I have the ability to make a positive mark on the world and that I should not take this lightly. Congratulations to all six winners!
She will major in sociology as part of her goal to improve underrepresented youth in the education system by working towards inclusion and equal access. She is undecided on which college or university she will attend in the fall. Read her essay here.
Expect to see her works breaking barriers and breaking stereotypes, one story at a time. Liam Conrad attends St. Edmond School in Fort Dodge, Iowa.
During his senior year, has been working as a page at the Iowa House of Representatives.
Next year, he will attend Drake University with a major in International Relations. Read his essay here. She aspires to obtain an M. Devan Roper is an urban naturalist, a diversity champion, and a service-minded individualist. Devan aspires to study Intercultural Studies and Spanish in college, preparing her for a life of service in Latin America.
She plans to attend college in California. Tyler Zangaglia, a senior at Eastlake High School in Sammamish, Washington, is founder of The Hope Festival, which provides necessities for in-need individuals across several Seattle suburban communities.
He also manages Hope in Motion, a youth-led movement implementing change locally and globally.ESSAY SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED. Each year, NPG offers a variety of Scholarship Contests for students across the country.
Contestants are invited to answer a population-related challenge, with their own experience and insight guiding their ideas for a solution. We are thrilled to announce the six winners of the Purpose Challenge essay contest!
Please read on below for details. Sticks and stones should be reviewed. Disagreements about ideas are one thing but outright rudeness and name-calling is another. Name-calling has been a cause of child sucide for a while now. The Case for Reparations.
Two hundred fifty years of slavery. Ninety years of Jim Crow. Sixty years of separate but equal. Thirty-five years of racist housing policy.
Patriot's Pen. Each year more than , students in grades enter the VFW’s Patriot’s Pen youth essay contest. The national first-place winner wins $5, and an .
ESSAY CONTEST RULES & REGULATIONS 1. This year’s Essay Contest title is: “What Does Being a Patriot Mean to Me?” 2. Any student enrolled in grades 9.