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The NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund sponsors a scholarly writing contest for grades K-12. The theme for the essay is “What Does The Second Amendment Mean to You?”

All entries should be submitted to:

Office of General Counsel,

11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030

Entries must be postmarked on or before the entry deadline. All entries become the property of the NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund.

2017 Youth Essay Contest

Description, Prizes & Deadline: The NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund continues its yearly Youth Essay Contest celebrating the Second Amendment as an integral part of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

Essays will be judged in two categories: Senior (grades 9-12) and Junior (grades 8 and below), with separate cash prizes awarded to the winners in each category. First place cash prizes are $1,000, $600 for second place, $200 for third place, and $100 for fourth place.

The entry deadline for this contest is December 31. Entries postmarked by December 31 will be accepted. Essay contest winners will be selected and notified in early 2018. All entries become the property of the NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund.

Eligibility: The contest is open to all students enrolled, or who will be enrolled, in an elementary, junior high, or high school during the 2017-2018 academic year, including homeschooled students in an equivalent grade level, who have not previously received a prize in their category. For example, a previous winner in the junior category, who is now eligible for the senior category, may submit an entry.

Format and Contents: All essays should be about 1,000 words, neat, and legible (double spaced, typed preferred). The fund historically receives a large number of entries and the contest is highly competitive. Include your name, age, address, telephone number, school, and grade as well as a statement from a teacher or parent certifying that the essay is your original work.

Youth essay contest

YOUTH ESSAY CONTEST

CONTEST GUIDELINES AND DEADLINES

Pick one of the following topics for your essay:

  1. What is your favourite SETT (science, engineering, trades, and technology) letter and why?
  2. Tell us what the future looks like 10 years from now.

Prize: Attend the CCWESTT 2018 Conference in downtown Edmonton on June 2, 2018.

Essay format: One page (8.5″ x 11″) of single spaced, Arial font in size 10, one inch margins.

Essay contest opens on January 3, 2018 and closes on March 28, 2018 at 11:59 pm MST .

You can expect to hear back from us by April 5, 2018.

Important details to consider:

  1. This must be YOUR work, no plagiarizing.
  2. It must be NEW work created especially for this competition.
  3. Your essay will be judged on topic content, creativity, spelling, punctuation and grammar.
  4. Do not include illustrations, graphics, or diagrams.
  5. All authors agree to allow CCWESTT and the CCWESTT 2018 Conference to post their essay or excerpts on the CCWESTT website or the conference website and promote it through appropriate social media channels.
  6. The prize is attending the CCWESTT 2018 Conference on June 2, 2018 for free. Registration costs are covered. All transportation and accommodation costs are the responsibility of the attendee.
  7. The competition is open to Alberta students in Grades 10 to 12 who are 19 years and younger at the time of the conference.
  8. Essays can be submitted as a PDF, Word DOC or Google Document Maximum file size is 10 MB.
  9. Only one submission per student.
  10. P articipation in the conference is subject to parental or guardian approval.
  11. Essay submission will be via the Google form at this link.
  12. If you have questions, you can contact us at ccwestt.essay@gmail.com.

Concours de composition pour élèves du secondaire

Choisis l’un des sujets suivants pour ta composition :

  1. Quelle est ta lettre préférée de SGMT (science, génie, métiers et technologie) et pourquoi?
  2. Dis-nous à quoi ressemblera l’avenir dans 10 ans.

Prix : Assister à la conférence CCWESTT 2018 au centre-ville d’Edmonton le 2 juin 2018.

Format de la composition : Une page (8,5 po x 11 po) de police Arial à simple interligne, taille 10, marges d’un pouce

La date limite pour une soumission est the 28 mars 2018 à 23h59 (heure normale des rocheuses)

La demande est ouverte le 3 janvier 2018 et se termine le.

Vous pouvez vous attendre à recevoir de nos nouvelles avant le 5 avril 2018.

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    2017 Youth Essay Contest

    Three Categories

    Age 10 – 13

    God’s Man In God’s Time

    Discover Martin Luther, who he was, what God did to direct in his life. Did he struggle to learn how to know God’s Word and to obey God?

    Prize: $125 (1st place), $50 (2nd place),

    The Heart of Martin Luther’s Message

    The Reformation rests on two fundamental issues: a) What is our final authority and, b) how may a sinner be made righteous before God?

    Prize: $125 (1st place), $50 (2nd place),

    Ages 18 & Above

    How the Protestant Reformation Changed the World

    What were the continuing waves of effect that issued forth from the Protestant Reformation? Identify and comment on some of these.

    Youth essay contest

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    1st Place: Claire Hines View Essay

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    Each year the AYA sponsors an essay contest for youth to develop and express their skills and love of the Appaloosa breed in written format.

    Essays are accepted each year between January 1 and May 1 for the two age divisions (13 and Under & 14-18).

    14-18 (800-1200 words): Describe what the phrase "Appaloosa: as unique as you are" means to you

    The following will be awarded in their respective categories:

    1st Place: $100.00, a year’s subscription to the Appaloosa Journal, essay printed in an issue of the Appaloosa Journal

    1st Place: $100.00, a year’s subscription to the Appaloosa Journal, essay printed in an issue of the Appaloosa Journal

    The Goi Peace Foundation

    International Essay Contest for Young People

    This annual essay contest is organized in an effort to harness the energy, creativity and initiative of the world’s youth in promoting a culture of peace and sustainable development. It also aims to inspire society to learn from the young minds and to think about how each of us can make a difference in the world.

    * This link will be activated soon.

    “The Change I Want to Make”

    Please share your concrete ideas.

    * IMPORTANT: To send your essay online, you must go to the online registration page and follow the required steps. * This link will be activated soon.

    (1) category (Children or Youth) (2) your essay title (3) your name (4) address (5) phone number (6) e-mail (7) nationality (8) age as of June 15, 2018 (9) gender (10) school name (if applicable) (11) word count.

    Teachers and youth directors may submit a collection of essays from their class or group. Please enclose a list of participants’ names, ages and the name and contact information of the submitting teacher or director.

    * Entries missing any of the above information will not be considered.

    * We are unable to confirm receipt of essays.

    Copyright of the essays entered will be assigned to the organizer.

    If you have questions, please consult the FAQ section below.

    1st Prize: Certificate, prize of 100,000 Yen (approx. US$900 as of February 2018) and gift . 1 entrant

    2nd Prize: Certificate, prize of 50,000 Yen (approx. US$450 as of February 2018) and gift . 2 entrants

    3rd Prize: Certificate and gift . 5 entrants

    Honorable Mention: Certificate and gift . 25 entrants

    and will receive the Minister of Education Award. (Travel expenses will be covered by the organizer.)

    * Additional awards (Recognition for Effort, Best School Award, School Incentive Award) will be given if applicable.

    * All prize winners will be announced on October 31, 2018 (Japan time) on this website. Certificates and gifts will be mailed to the winners in December 2018.

    * We are unable to answer individual inquiries concerning contest results.

    For further inquiries concerning the International Essay Contest for Young People, please contact essay@goipeace.or.jp

    Organized by

    The Goi Peace Foundation

    Endorsed by

    The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan

    Japanese National Commission for UNESCO, Japan Private High School Federation

    Tokyo Metropolitan Board of Education, Japan Broadcasting Corporation, Nikkei Inc.

    Supported by

    FELISSIMO CORPORATION, SEIKO HOLDINGS CORPORATION

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    The Youth Essay Contest is now closed.
    Stay tuned for the announcement of the winners!

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    Besides the two Grand Prize Winners, two runners-up in each age group will receive an age-appropriate book. Winning essays will be printed in Georgia Family Magazine!

    Grand Prize for Girls: Gabriela McBride, Girl of the Year 2017! Grand Prize for Boys: DX1 Free Style Dirt Scooter

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    YOUTH EXPRESSION CONTEST

    GYI’s pilot program, an essay contest called Youth Speak Up for Poverty and Peace, opened to 10,000 middle and high school students in 2013. GYI received more than 1000 essays from youth who brought their creativity and passion to essays about promoting peace and tolerance and combatting poverty in their communities.

    In 2015, Global Youth Initiative will host an international expression contest that invites young changemakers from around the world to express their views through the written word, videos and photography. The competition is designed to engage the best young minds in finding solutions to poverty, terrorism, intolerance and violence against women within their own communities.

    2017 Youth Essay Contest

    Three Categories

    Age 10 – 13

    God’s Man In God’s Time

    Discover Martin Luther, who he was, what God did to direct in his life. Did he struggle to learn how to know God’s Word and to obey God?

    Prize: $125 (1st place), $50 (2nd place),

    The Heart of Martin Luther’s Message

    The Reformation rests on two fundamental issues: a) What is our final authority and, b) how may a sinner be made righteous before God?

    Prize: $125 (1st place), $50 (2nd place),

    Ages 18 & Above

    How the Protestant Reformation Changed the World

    What were the continuing waves of effect that issued forth from the Protestant Reformation? Identify and comment on some of these.

    ProLife Youth Essay Contest

    The ProLife Youth Essay Contest serves as a conscientious tool for both teachers and students both Junior High and Senior High competitions. Just the simple act of researching and writing an essay on this important issue has proven to be an effective tool to educate and motivate students to recognize the deep significance of what is at stake in our culture.

    Senior Essay Contest: Grades 10 – 12

    Junior Essay Contest: Grades 7 – 9

    First Place – $200

    Second Place – $150

    Third Place – $100

    (Prizes awarded in each contest.)

    Essays should address the following statement:

    Why should everyone respect life?

    Please follow these guidelines:

    1. Essays should be submitted between December 21, 2014 and

    January 23, 2015. Essays must be postmarked by January 23, 2015.

    2. Essays may be submitted to:

    Michelle Fischbach, 14722 Old Lake Road, Paynesville, MN 56362

    Brian Johnston, 2306 J Street, Suite 200, Sacramento, CA 95816

    3. Essays must be double spaced and pages numbered.

    4. Essays shall be 300 – 500 words in length.

    5. If typed, use no smaller than 12 Pt font.

    6. Use a cover sheet that includes; full name, full mailing

    address, phone number, grade level, student date of birth,

    parent’s name and word count.

    7. By submitting an entry the contestant and parent or guardian agree:

    A. to allow National Right to Life to reprint the winning

    B. that the essay is original, but not copyrighted.

    8. Cite any sources used.

    9. Please do not include artwork, pictures or plastic covers.

    10. Please mail the essays, electronic submissions will only

    be accepted under special circumstances.

    Essays will be read and judged on originality, content, and accuracy. Each judge will rank essays #1 – #5. Essays ranked number 1, in a randomly selected group, will move to the second round. Essays may be grouped by region (West, Midwestern, Southern, and East) depending on the number of entries. The announcements will be made as soon as possible but judging time depends on the numbers of entries received.

    2014 National Essay Contest Winners

    Junior High Contest Winners

    Rosalia Palumbo (Ohio)

    Cara Gielskie (New York)

    Mary-Catherine Siena Scarlett (Ohio)

    Senior High Contest Winners

    Hannah Denise Stafford (Kentucky)

    Maria Connelly (Ohio)

    Tatiana Emilia Federoff (Arizona)

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