The Fountainhead Essay Contest — Ayn Rand Education The Fountainhead Essay Contest Information Topics Select ONE of the following three topics: At the end of Part II, Ellsworth Toohey confronts Howard Roark and says, "Mr. Judging Essays will be judged on both style and content. Essay submissions are evaluated in a fair and unbiased four-round judging process. Rules No application is required. To Enter Or mail your essay with stapled cover sheet to: Please do not submit duplicate essays! If submitting your essay electronically, you will be sent an email confirming our receipt. Comments or Questions Comments or questions about the essay contests are welcome. Protected by Ithenticate Plagiarism Detection Software The Fountainhead Essay Contest Submission
Essay Contest The 24th Annual Kaplun Essay Contest: 2014 - 2015 Write an essay on: My Jewish Values: How They Can Help Me Make the World a Better Place. Level 1 - Grades 7, 8 and 9 What Is It that Jews of All Degrees of Religious Observance have in Common that Binds Us Together? Level 2 - Grades 10, 11 and 12 Prizes Level 1 $1,800.00 = for 1st prize $750.00 = to each of the 5 finalists Level 2 $1,800.00 = for 1st prize $750.00 = to each of the 5 finalists Entrance prizes of $18.00 will be awarded to the first 50 essays received in each level. How to enter 1. 2. 3. 4. The Morris J. and Betty Kaplun Foundation, Inc. 5. 6. entry-guidelines-2014.pdf Letters About Literature | Read.gov | The Library of Congress Letters About Literature 2018-19 official rules and details are now available! Entries will be accepted online starting on November 1, 2018. Please note that the online submission forms will not be live on the submission platform until November 1, 2018. For deadlines, online submission forms and more information, select your state: 2018-19 Documents Video Guides Watch our video series for guidance on participating in Letters About Literature and writing your letter. About the Contest Letters About Literature is a reading and writing contest for students in grades 4-12. The 2018-19 Letters About Literature contest for young readers is made possible by a generous grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, with additional support from gifts to the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, which promotes the contest through its affiliate Centers for the Book, state libraries and other organizations. Dear Rick Riordan:
Signet Essay Contest Announcing the 19th Annual Signet Classics Student Scholarship Essay Contest Read the winning essays from previous years » With an unbeatable lineup of over 300 of the greatest literary works the world has ever known, Signet Classics is the publisher that students, education professionals and the public turn to more than any other. Now, we are proud to host our eighteenth annual Signet Classics Student Scholarship Essay Contest, in which five high school juniors or seniors can each win a $1,000 scholarship award to be used toward their higher education plus a Signet Classics library for their school! Essays must be submitted by a high school English teacher on behalf of students who write an essay on one of six topics for this year’s competition book, Pygmalion and My Fair Lady. Essay Subject Pygmalion and My Fair Lady Select one of the following six topics: Official Rules for 19th Annual Signet Classics Student Scholarship Essay Contest No purchase necessary. How to Enter Judging Prizes General
Junior Duck Stamp Program: Participate Participate today! Are you or your students interested in participating in the Junior Duck Stamp Contest? If so, make sure you: 1.Review and print contest rules and forms. **Please use the rules and forms found in the 2014-2015 Federal Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program and Art Contest brochure. Please refer to the revised State Coordinators and Receiving Sites list or go to the list of state coordinators to find your state coordinator's contact information 2. Please also read the information below before getting started! Submission Date Submit your Junior Duck Stamp entry to a state contest by the state's deadline: States and U.S. Except these states: South Carolina: January 10 Arizona: March 1 Missouri: March 1 Ohio: March 1 Remember to submit contest entries for your state or territory's Junior Duck Stamp competition to your state coordinator! General Information The Junior Duck Stamp Design Contest is the culmination of the Junior Duck Stamp educational program.
FIRE's Freedom in Academia Essay Contest Share this: Win a $10,000 scholarship! Entries due by January 1, 2015 The details Before you start The Videos The Prompt Submit The Details Who Can Enter High school juniors and seniors for the 2014–2015 school year who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents are eligible to participate. Word Length Students must submit an essay between 800 and 1,000 words on the provided topic below. Deadline FIRE must receive all entries by January 1, 2015. Prizes One $10,000 first prize, one $5,000 second prize, and three $1,000 runner-up prizes will be awarded for the best essays. Four $500 winners will be chosen from the remaining entrants in a drawing. The details Before you start The Prompt The Videos Submit Before You Start Get to know us! FIRE’s core mission is to protect the unprotected and to educate the public and communities of concerned Americans about the threats to these rights on our campuses and about the means to preserve them. Find us on: The Details Before you start The Videos The Prompt Submit
We the Students – Scholarship Contest The Bill of Rights Institute seeks to help high school students understand the freedom and opportunity that the Constitution offers. Among other programs, the We the Students Scholarship competition allows us to engage and educate thousands of students like yourself, who are interested in liberty, the founding principles, and personal responsibility. Apply Today! Essay Question: In 800 words or fewer, please answer the following question: “Since you were born, has America moved closer to or further away from the ideals outlined in the Declaration of Independence.” Deadline: December 5, 2014 Student Prizes: 1st place: $5,000 2nd place: $3,000 3rd place: $1,500 Honorable mention (5 prizes): $300 each Early Submission Bonus: Students who submit their entries by November 15, 2014, will have their names put into a drawing to receive one of five $100 Early Bird cash prizes. Teacher Prizes: 1st place: $500 to teacher of 1st place student. 2nd place: $250 to teacher of 2nd place student. Not a writer?