The VFW is dedicated to promoting patriotism and investing in our future generation. Established in , our Voice of Democracy audio-essay program provides high school students with the unique opportunity to express themselves in regards to a democratic and patriotic-themed recorded essay. Want to apply? Read the rules and eligibility requirements , and download and complete the Voice of Democracy entry form as all student entries must be submitted to a sponsoring local VFW Post by midnight, Oct. Want to catch up on everything that happened this year? You can watch the Parade of Winners ceremony which was streamed live on Facebook, see this year's complete list of winners , or listen to the winning essay from your state.
Writing Competitions, Prizes, and Awards for Writers in 2021
Women and Career "Our Voice, Our Equal Future" Essay Competition | Opportunity Desk
Are you a young girl between years? Do you have an opinion on what your future should be like? Can you lend your voice towards creating a sustainable future for yourself and other generation of young girls? The WnC Essay Competition, organized by Women and Career Organization, is an opportunity for Secondary School girls between the ages to share their ideas and viewpoints with the world at large. All you need to do to stand a chance of winning cash prizes, motivational books accompanied with free mentorship sessions is to submit your essay of no more than words in English on or before 30th September, Incase of any question, send an email to chiamakaadinnu1 gmail. Disclaimer: This is NOT the official scholarship page.
VFW kicks off annual Patriot’s Pen and Voice of Democracy competitions
Cass students give their take on multiculturalism at the annual Cass essay competition. Marking its third instalment, the competition invites students from Cass Business School to write a personal essay on the topics of multiculturalism and diversity. Out of the 26 entries to the competition, nine finalists were chosen and invited to celebrate at an online awards ceremony. This year also saw Cass students from 20 different nationalities and 19 different degrees pen their thoughts on how multiculturism has shaped their lives in London.
New schedule will be announced on this webpage at appropriate time as per Government advisory on health. Description: The night sky has fascinated human minds since time immemorial. Early people noticed that the Moon changed shape from night to night; constellations of stars look like animals and people.