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Scholarship Essay Contest

How Do You Define Success?

The right career   A challenge met
Peace of mind
A lesson learned A sense of accomplishment
  A job well done A goal attainted  
The support of
friends and family

Your answer could be worth $1,000!

Encourage your students to enter the 2009 College Survival Scholarship Essay Contest. This contest is now open to all students! Three national winners will be chosen from the United States to receive awards of $1,000 each. Winners will be chosen by Linda Wong, author of Essential Study Skills. This contest gives your students the chance to share submit an essay answering the question "How to you define success?" Help us spread the word about the new essay contest and get your students involved today!

How to Apply:

  1. Have your student(s) write an essay answering the question "How Do You Define Success?" This essay should not exceed 750 words.
  2. Submit essay(s) using this form
  3. No hard copy submissions will be accepted.
  4. Submit materials no later than December 15, 2008
  5. Three national winners will be announced in Spring 2009.

Read winning essays from previous years here.

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