FTF Teen Travel Writing Scholarship

$1,000

July 12, 2020

Awards Available: 3

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Tell us: Have you taken an unexpectedly wonderful - or terrible but funny - trip with your family? Or have you journeyed somewhere with a school group or sports team and have some advice on how to make the most of your experience or destination? Have you gone somewhere - near or far - that opened up new ways of looking at the world? Family Travel Forum invites you to submit travel blogs that are serious, funny or contemplative, as long as they are informative. Applicants must be ages 13-18 and attending grades 8-12. Applicants must be attending junior high or high school in the United States or Canada, or an American international school abroad, or be enrolled in a U.S. homeschool program. Travel blogs must be no more than 600 words in length, and the trip must have been taken in the last five years. Entries must include text and be illustrated by at least one photo, digital artwork or video. Travel essays must include practical details so that others can follow in your footsteps. Details should include names of attractions, museums, themeparks, resorts, restaurants, the local beach, etc. with URLs as appropriate. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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