Scholarship Opportunities

Surgeon General’s Video Contest: Tobacco—I’m Not Buying It

Eligibility: Open to students ages 13-17 or 18-22 (these two age groups will be judges separately)

How to Win: Submit a video (120 seconds or less) focusing on “the findings from the 2012 Surgeon Genera’s Report, ‘Preventing Tobacco Use among Youth and Young Adults.’” Official rules can be found at http://2012sgr.challenge.gov/rules. The grand-prize winner of each category wins $1000 and the runner-up wins $500.

Deadline: April 20

Livescribe Stress-Free Scholarship

Eligibility: Must be a college bound US High School Student

How to Win: Livescribe awards one student with a $500 scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to the student who writes the best 600-word essay on how to live stress free. Students can apply and find more information at http://www.zinch.com/partner/livescribe

Deadline: April 30

Next Test Prep Star Contest

Eligibility: Students must be 15-18 years old, be sophomores or juniors enrolled in a US High School, and be planning to go to college.

How to Win: Students who wish to apply must have:

* Completed official entry form available online
* Agreement to take the June 4th test and the October 1st and/or November 5th SAT* tests
* At least one color head shot taken within the last 6 months
* Liability and Publicity Release and Consent (“Release”) at the bottom of the entry form (student’s parent or guardian must also sign)
-Information from Next Test Prep Star Contest website  

Three winners will receive $2500 in college scholarship money and $7500 in Revolution Prep SAT tutoring. The entry form can be found at http://www.revolutionprep.com/about-us/social-mission/scholarship-program

Deadline: May 22




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Kailee Wunderlich is a sophomore at Manual High School. She is currently enrolled in three communications classes (Journalism 2, Desktop Publishing, and Creative Writing).c
She is a member of Key Club and plays Lacrosse for Manual.