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The Power of Children Awards: Making A Difference

$2,000

April 13, 2021

Awards Available: 6

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Annual Power of Children Awards will recognize 6 extraordinary young change agents (grades 6-11) from around the country who are making significant contributions to their communities and the world through projects they created. Winners will receive things, including a $2,000 grant to a school in Indiana. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
  • 3000 N Meridian Street
  • Indianapolis , IN 46208-4716
  • lnissan@childrensmuseum.org
  • 317-334-3821

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giselle p  on 12/16/2019 4:50:54 PM

I am applying for this scholarship for many reasons. First, mainly because I want to be the first in my family to attend a 4-year university. I want to succeed in life and enjoy it to the fullest.

makenna c  on 11/7/2019 2:55:20 PM

i am applying to this because I always wanted to make a difference in the world and thank you for letting us do the opportunity for us to make a difference in the life i always wanted to see if i can be heard in this world to see if i can make a change and see if i could help anyone to make a difference.

Samantha H  on 3/4/2019 4:40:52 AM

Thank you for the opportunity to be heard!

Emma J  on 12/20/2018 8:13:32 PM

Thank you for the chance for us to truly ponder this. I might be young and I might not be able to vote but I can still be useful. Throughout the years this question I have wondered about and now I can finally truly ponder it an be able to write it all out!! This scholorship is perfect for those who truly want to make a differance in there generation.

Emma J  on 12/20/2018 8:10:46 PM

Thank you for this wonderful oppertunity to let younger ages apply. This was such a fun thing to think about!!!

Victoria N  on 10/19/2018 12:30:03 PM

I live in Kentucky can I apply?

Melvin S  on 4/11/2018 10:07:58 PM

I am interested in becoming a leader for my community and to help assist in encouraging other children along the way. I believe that this program will help me accomplish my goal.

Zahraa M  on 2/12/2018 12:31:55 PM

I applied for the "The power of Children Awards" because I want to make a difference in the world and the way to start off by making a difference is starting off with the next generation. I would love to inspire people to make a difference. I believe this project would be perfect for me is because 1) I love kids 2) I want to make a difference 3) I believe that I would be a good leader and I'm super creative and I would be super helpful. So, in conclusion, I think this project is perfect for me!

Margaret A  on 3/18/2014 8:10:14 PM

This program seems wonderful.

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