The American Foreign Service Association’s national high school essay contest completed its twenty-second year with nearly 440 submissions from 36 states. Three randomized rounds of judging produced this year’s winner, Jonas Lorincz, a junior from Marriotts Ridge High School in Marriottsville, Maryland.
The Essay Contest is an excellent opportunity for students to engage in our democratic process, with the possibility of winning valuable prizes. Especially in light of the trend of decreasing voter participation among the youngest demographics, Secretary Adams encourages all students and teachers to demonstrate their commitment to active citizenship by participating in the Contest.
The State Bar of New Mexico invites all New Mexico high school juniors and seniors to participate in the annual State Bar Student Essay Contest.The State Bar has administered the contest since 1997. Written each year by a lawyer, the topic deals with a relevant legal issue targeted to students.
Now in its 22nd year, the American Foreign Service Association (AFSA)’s National High School Essay Contest encourages students to think about how and why the United States engages globally to build peace, and about the role that the Foreign Service plays in advancing U.S. national security and economic prosperity. The essay prompt is below and you can find out more information about the.
Official Essay Contest Rules “Together We Achieve More“ Contest Sponsors1 “Together We Achieve More“ is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, Office of Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy Sarajevo Description of Contest Objectives As part of events marking the 20th anniversary of the Dayton Peace Agreement in Bosnia and.
Winners of the essay contest “I read about the war” awarded at the NRU “BelSU” Results of the foreign students essay competition,. The competition was held under the aegis of the Belgorod State University Department of Cultural and Educational Activities and the Center for Intercultural Communication.
Students beginning their research for the 2020 National High School Essay Contest may wish to consider the following resources. Be sure to view past winners’ essays, rules and guidelines, and a helpful writer’s checklist. Study Guide The U.S. Institute of Peace has developed a brief one pager for this year's contest. Click here for the guide.
And to that extent, the essay contest has been very, very successful, and I congratulate once again the AFSA and all who participate in this effort for giving us another way of reaching out into the American community, especially the young part of the American community, to encourage people to serve their nation, but especially to serve their nation in international affairs.
PhD Student Wins Cold War Essay Contest The History Department is happy to announce that graduate student James Young has placed second in the 2011 John A. Adams '71 Cold War Essay contest. Hosted by the Virginia Military Institute's Center for Military History and Strategic Analysis, this contest accepts any paper with topics focusing on the U.S. military in the Cold War Years (1946 to 1991).
The State Tech Communications Department held their annual Essay Contest. This years winner is Kristina Young, from the Dental Assisting Technology program! Congrats Kristina! Second Place: Kyle Feltrop, Commercial Turf More.
ESSAY WRITING CONTEST The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Dakar invites currently enrolled Senegalese high school and university students to participate in an English Language essay contest honoring the International Education Week.
VALDOSTA — The Valdosta State University Department of History invites all students, regardless of major, to enter its Polish Traces In The American South photo and essay contest. Students may participate in the contest by submitting a photo and writing a 300-word essay identifying a historical site in the American South that is important to Polish Americans or that honors the contributions.
The Tennessee Secretary of State’s office is pleased to announce the winners of its 2017 civics essay contest, an annual initiative created to encourage students to be actively engaged citizens. Students were asked to write about citizenship with length requirements varying by grade level.
More than a quarter of a century ago, the Kentucky General Assembly passed a law that created an annual, statewide essay contest for Kentucky students in grades 9 through 12, to be managed by the Kentucky Secretary of State. A slogan contest open to students in grades 6 through 8 was later added to the program. The purpose of the competition is to expand the civic awareness of students who are.
All entries submitted according to contest guidelines will be evaluated by experienced judges. State finalists will be selected from the entries submitted for each competition. Students selected as state finalists will be considered for state awards and have the opportunity to have their work added to the historical record of the state of Texas.
Agriculture Department offers online education, contest March 20, 2020 GMT It is launching a series of online videos with Miss Kentucky Alex Francke, spokeswoman for Kentucky Proud, the official state marketing program for agricultural products.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Winners of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s annual Poster and Essay Contest received awards at a luncheon April 10 at Locust Trace AgriScience Farm in Lexington. Ethan Carpenter, second from left, was the statewide digital art winner, and Lanta Willow Wright was the state runner-up digital winner in the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s Poster and Essay Contest.
The Cal Poly Philosophy Department runs an annual essay contest. Students interested in submitting an essay seek faculty nominations. A panel of Philosophy Department faculty judge the essays and award prizes for first and second place. Read the rules and submit an essay.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit is currently hosting its own essay contest. Please see here for more information. The Virginia State Bar's Law In Society Award has been discontinued. Thank you for your interest and participation over the last 25 years.