Black History Month Essay Competition

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” to recognize and pay tribute to African-American leaders who play prominent roles in public service throughout Florida.“Ron and I could not be more excited to join our state’s incredible students, parents, teachers and educators during Black History Month to celebrate and champion the public service of so many influential Floridians,” said First Lady Casey De Santis.Please visit the sponsor's Web site for additional information.

For the essay contest, each student will submit one essay no longer than 500 words based on this year’s theme.

Three winners will be selected: one elementary school student (grades 4-5), one middle school student (grades 6-8) and one high school student (grades 9-12).

We are also honored to recognize this year’s featured artist, Thomas H.

Lewis, whose beautiful one-of-a-kind stained glass art is displayed around the country.” Art Contest for Grades K-3: The Black History Month art contest is open to all Florida students in grades K-3. Essay Contest for Grades 4-12: The Black History Month essay contest is open to all Florida students in grades 4 through 12.

Scholarship Jacob and Ethel Greenberg Scholarship - UNCF Straight Forward Media Minority Scholarship Dr.

Marie-France Desrosiers Memorial Scholarship Kwame Nkrumah Class of '72 Scholarship Description The "Celebrate Black History Month Every Month" Essay Contest is available to African-American students attending or planning to attend a trade school, college or university in the United States.

(Scholarships) NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS(Scholarships) Scholarship Competitions for Minorities and Women in Science and Engineering Duracell/NUL Scholarship/Intern Program for Minority Students The Gates Millenium Scholarship NSCA Minority Scholarship Greek Scholarships Clayton Competition Memorial Scholarship Dissertation Award African American Scholarship Afro-Studies Fellowship Jones Jackson Scholarship Alpha Mu Gama Scholarship Zetha Phi Beta Scholarship Zetha Phi Undergraduate Scholarship Deborah Wolfe Fellowship Nancy Wolridge Graduate Fellowship African Fellowship WIBC Scholarship Tougaloo College United Negro College Fund Scholarship Legal Training Program American Dietetic Association foundation Scholarship Army ROTC Quality Enrichyment Program National Black Nurses� Association Lawrence Samos Scholarship National Black Nurses Association Ambi-Kiwi Scholarship Alphonso Deal Scholarship Award Drexel University Rohm & Haas Minority Chemistry-English Scholarship Norfolk State University Delta Sigma Theta Scholarship Thomas M. Cooley Law School Martin Luther King Scholarship Atlanta University United Negro College Fund Atlanta University School of Library and Information Studies Mansfield University Board of Governor's Scholarship Edward Waters College United Negro College Fund Carl English Scholarship Oakwood College United Negro College Fund Janet B. Howard Fort Scholarship National Baptist Scholarship Program Hallie Q.

Brown Scholarship Clinch Valley College Black Virginians Scholarship Huston-Tillotson College United Negro College Fund Scholarship Achievement Scholarships Alphonso Deal Scholarship Award National Association of Black Accountants James C.

Each winner will receive a 4-Year Florida College Plan scholarship provided by the Florida Prepaid College Foundation. EST on Monday, March 4, 2019 and student contest forms must be mailed to Volunteer Florida or submitted online. “Ron and I could not be more excited to join our state’s incredible students, parents, teachers and educators during Black History Month to celebrate and champion the public service of so many influential Floridians,” said First Lady Casey De Santis.

“Our state is blessed to have several inspirational and talented leaders who serve our communities every day.

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