Who's Eligible: Students in grades 9-12
Award Amount: $2,500
Due Date: Online registration ends November 14; submissions must be uploaded or post marked by November 26
Examine your freedoms; win some money. How hard could it be? In this competition, students may submit their best essay or video that evaluates "the history and current-day relevance of religious freedom." Essays have to be academic—we are talking citations and all, folks—and videos must be 5-7 minutes long and accompanied by a script and bibliography. A better outline of what the scholarship committee is looking for is chronicled here.