Stay Teen's Project Future Essay Contest

If you want to participate in EssayLancers Professional Essay Contest 2016, you need to:


We have designed a promotional flyer you can and post on your campus to promote the Community College Week/NISOD Scott Wright Student Essay Contest. We hope you will make information about this contest available to all faculty members, staff members, administrators, and students at your institution.

The Lakewood Historical Society hosts an annual essay contest open to the public.

Announcing our annual high school essay contest!

Application Deadlines: February 14, Annually
The purpose of the high school seniors English essay contest is to promote effective writing by, about, and/or for queer youth. The theme of the competition is pink ink: "We write not only about different things; we also write differently" Brecht.

The contest is open only to students aged 18 and under who have not yet graduated from high school. You must affirm that you are not a high school [...]

May/June: International Essay Contest winners announced by the Supreme Council Office.

Kaitlyn Hall was selected as the winner of the Office of Student Life’s essay contest to celebrate Black History Month. Hall’s essay (below) describes the challenges and successes of black writers, performers, artists, and political figures.

The theme of the Knights of Columbus Essay Contest is: “The Importance of Religious Freedom.”

Description, Prizes & Deadline: The NRACivil Rights Defense Fund continues its yearly Youth Essay Contestcelebrating the Second Amendment as an integral part of theConstitution and the Bill of Rights.

"Chasing Optimism in the Face of Challenges"

Youth under the age of 18 as of October 1, 2016 located in the United States, Canada, or the Caribbean.

Interested students must contact their local Optimist Club. They need to submit an essay on the pre-assigned topic. To find out a contact, please e-mail the Programs Department at .

The Essay Contest planning pages are intended for use by Optimist Clubs in organizing and conducting a contest in their Club. They contain no information on entering the contest and are of no use to students wishing to enter the contest. Students must contact their local Optimist Club.

The entry deadline for this contest is December 31. Entriespostmarked by December 31 will be accepted. Essay contest winnerswill be selected and notified in early 2017. All entries become theproperty of the NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund.Students interested in the life and works of Jane Austen are encouraged to enter. The Essay Contest is open to students world-wide at the high school, college/university, and graduate school levels of study. Entrants do not need to be members of JASNA. Students must be enrolled full-time or part-time in coursework during one or more semesters/quarters of the contest year. Home-schooled students at the high school level are also eligible. Part-time is defined for the college/university level as a minimum of six credit hours and for the graduate level as a minimum of three credit hours leading to an advanced degree.To foster the study and appreciation of Jane Austen, JASNA conducts an annual student Essay Contest. Support is generously provided by a grant in memory of the late Russell Clark and in honor of William Phillips, educators and leaders in JASNA’s Greater Chicago Region.The page includes important rules about format and submission of essays and a link to the official Essay Contest entry form. Entries must be submitted online by May 21, 2017.Essay Contest Topic: In keeping with the theme of our annual meeting,“Jane Austen in Paradise: Intimations of Immortality,”JASNA is looking for essays that address the following:
Deadline is in early November
Can you write? Do you have strong opinions about certain subjects? The Voice of Democracy Program is an audio essay contest for students in grades 9 through 12. If you are enrolled in a public, private or parochial high school or home study program in the United States and its territories you are eligible to participate.The 3 essay contest winners read their essays and were honoured at the November 3rd event for Holocaust Education Week at Forest Hill United Church. FAST founders, Tony and Elizabeth Comper spoke about the FAST program, the reasons for creating it and how students have been empowered to speak out against anti-Semitism and intolerance.
Deadline is in late December
To participate in the George S. & Stella M. Knight Essay Contest you must do research and write an essay that deals with: an event, person, philosophy, or ideal associated with the American Revolution, the Declaration of Independence, or the framing of the United States Constitution.