MAKING A DIFFERENCE: GREAT TEACHERS ESSAY CONTEST Write a 500 word essay about the teacher who has inspired you the most.
IUP’s Cook Honors College recently announced the winners of the Making a Difference essay contest. This annual national high school writing competition asks readers to reflect on how community service has been transformative in their lives.
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The first annual Clarke County School District (CCSD) Districtwide Bullying Prevention Essay Contest was held in January and February of 2016. Jasia Clark, a twelfth grade student at Clarke Central High School, envisioned the contest. Dr. Katherine Raczynski, Districtwide Professor-in-Residence for.Read More
The teens also coordinate UMatter Weeks at various high schools, funded by a grant from the Jewish Fund Teen Board. These week-long events consist of teacher TEDTalks, hall decorations, an essay contest and trainings for SafeTALK, a suicide prevention program that teaches participants to notice cues.Read More
Maclay School “You must be the change you want to see in the world,” Gandhi once said. As a child you think that you could never make a difference in the world, but you can. It all starts with your thoughts. They soon become words, which becomes your actions, which become your habits, which become your character, which becomes your destiny.Read More
In 2016, the Iowa Water Center conducted its first-ever essay writing contest for high school students in Iowa. The Spirit of the Water Essay Contest was established and funded through a generous gift from Betty and Dennis Keeney of Ames, Iowa.Read More
Essays - I Will Make a Difference I think that it is important for me to look around and ask myself what kind of things I can do to help my country. Recently, at school, we collected money for the Red Cross. We had to explain over and over to the students that it didn't matter if you gave one dollar or twenty dollars.Read More
The entries for our third annual essay contest, which asked readers to explain why they became pharmacists, ranged from the humorous to the heartfelt. Sharlene Ghassemi, PharmD, won this year’s contest with an essay that was at once highly personal, moving, and optimistic.Read More
The contest was dreamed up by Clarke Central High School senior, Jasia Clark. Jasia was inspired by her middle school principal, Melanie Sigler at Burney-Harris-Lyons Middle School, to make a positive difference in her community by helping prevent bullying. Sigler was awarded the Leading By Example award for her role in inspiring the contest.Read More
Four Georgia teachers were recognized for making a difference in the lives of students and their parents. Winners were selected from over 600 essay contest entries nominating any full-time teacher at an accredited public or private school in the state of Georgia.Read More
We have a theme for the Christmas essay contest this year! There will still be plenty of scope for all kinds of essays, but we will concentrate on the general theme of “Gift.” As all Seton students know, gifts were brought to the new-born Christ in Bethlehem: gold as an indication of His status as King of the universe, frankincense to point out His divinity and, oddly enough, myrrh.Read More
Stage of Life hosts a monthly student writing contest for high school students and teenagers. Writing contest format is short-essay (500 words or less). Winners receive cash or gift prize, T-Shirt, and Featured Writer status on the site. The writing contest theme and topic varies from month to month on real, world-changing issues. Good luck!Read More