A short essay must be submitted, along with a statement of financial need, and the most recent transcript. Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship — The Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship gives students the opportunity to be creative with the latest trend: This application asks students to plan ahead for an apocalypse and to be creative with their survival skills. This is the perfect scholarship opportunity for those with active imaginations who take interest in scare-culture.
Youth under the age of 19 as of October 1, and is not enrolled as a degree seeking student of a post-secondary institution in the United States, Canada or the Caribbean. There is no minimum age. Interested students must contact their local Optimist Club. They need to submit an essay on the pre-assigned topic.
To find out a contact, please e-mail the Programs Department at programs optimist. The Essay Contest planning pages are intended for use by Optimist Clubs in organizing and conducting a contest in their Club.
They contain no information on entering the contest and are of no use to students wishing to enter the contest. Students must contact their local Optimist Club.
Students All Club-level contests are held by early February. Student submissions will not be accepted after the Club-level contests have closed.
Please contact your District Chair for more information. The District-level scholarships are funded by the Optimist International Foundations.
The Essay Contest is sponsored by Optimist International to give young people the opportunity to write about their own opinions regarding the world in which they live.
In additional to developing skills for written expression, participants also have the opportunity to win a college scholarship! Information for Optimist Members planning the contest: On that page, Clubs can find useful materials to help them get started with a new Essay Contest program.
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To enter, you must contact your local Optimist Club! For additional information, please contact Optimist International Programs Department by e-mail at programs optimist. Certificates of Participation If your Club or District is sponsoring a contest, certificates of participation can be presented to all contestants.Scholarships Sorted By Discipline Scholarship Sources in red are scholarships local to WCPSS students.
The Royal Oak Optimist Club held its annual Oratorical Contests on March 8 (girls) and 15 (boys), This year’s topic was “"What the World Gains from Optimism.”. The Optimist Club of Yavapai County announced the top three winners of this year’s Optimist International Essay Contest.
This year’s top three essays were submitted by Tabitha Sanders (first. There are no upcoming events to display at this time. November Nov Subscribe Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google.
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