The winners of the 2010 Making a Difference Essay Contest are: First Place. Stephanie Tran—read her essay Temple City, Calif. Second Place. Caitlyn Connolly Scarborough, Maine. Honorable Mentions. Cody Stewart Indiana, Pa. Laura Hlusko Fredonia, Pa. Jessica Liu Bethesda, Md. Ji Su Ha Colorado Springs, Colo. Simone Mokum Philadelphia, Pa.
WPSX-TV, Penn State Public Broadcasting, invites students to nominate a special teacher who has made or is making a difference in their lives for the 2005 WPSX Great Teachers: Making a Difference Essay Contest. Sponsored by WPSX-TV, the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA) and The Thomas Family of Dealerships, the essay contest is open to any student in grades three.
HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS: Honor an inspirational teacher and have your story posted online at wvia.org!! MAKING A DIFFERENCE: GREAT TEACHERS ESSAY CONTEST Write a 500 word essay about the teacher who has inspired you the most.Washington State PTA sponsors an annual essay contest that explores the important and different contributions that men make in the lives and education of children, from our children's perspective. The writing contest is open to all Washington state children, grades K-12 and the deadline is March 1, 2017.The Athens Ladies Civitan Club recently announced winners of it's 2019 essay contest. The theme of the essay was “ My Hands Making a Difference in My Community, School and Family.”.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the International Essay Contest for Youth People, we are excited to bring you a webinar series inviting First Prize winners from the last 20 years to join in a conversation on timely societal topics. Since participating in our Essay Contest, many of the winners are pursuing various paths in life and are continuing to make a difference in the world.Read More
The Four Way Test Essay Contest is complete and we have a winner! The panel of four judges from throughout our district read and ranked each of the14 essays submitted by clubs across the district. Each essay was reviewed for correlation to the 4 Way Test, organization of thoughts, language usage, grammar and spelling with a maximum possible score of 5 for each area and 20 for each essay.Read More
ESSAY CONTEST-WRITE TO US! Want to make A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD? Want to make your voice heard? Want to win cool prizes— gift cards, NCC bookstore stuff, and more? Then enter your essay in the Office of Student Activities’ First-Year Writing Competition: “Making a Better World” Write an essay in response to ONE of the following.Read More
Organizations use poster competitions to alert the public to their aims and create promotional materials. By establishing a contest and offering prizes to participants, you can increase awareness of your organization's goals. Following criteria for poster making can help the process run smoothly.Read More
The main difference is that essay refers to a written piece of work, while presentation refers to information provided by a presenter to a group of people.Read More
Poster contests represent an opportunity for students with artistic ability to gain recognition and stand out. “NPG Scholarship Poster Contest”, “Junior Duck Art Contest”, The Christophers “Poster Contest for High School Students”, “The ACT High School Poster Concept Contest”.Read More
Malden Heroes: Help Patch Recognize Them - Malden, MA - We all know someone who's making a difference in this difficult time. Let's give them some of the recognition they deserve.Read More
Four Georgia teachers were recognized for making a difference in the lives of students and their parents. Winners were selected from over 600 essay contest entries nominating any full-time teacher at an accredited public or private school in the state of Georgia.Read More
Participants submitted their essays to examine and recommend viable ideas to address challenging issues facing the world nowadays. Based on scoring by the three esteemed judges, these three essays were proven to be well-structured and scored high in all of the four criteria—meticulously supported, original and creative, viable, and popular among our Facebook fans.Read More
The very first thing that you should do to win essay contests is to read the rules thoroughly. Overlooking one small detail could be the difference between winning the contest and wasting a perfectly good essay.Read More