New York Life Award

$1,000

December 01, 2021

Awards Available: 16

  • Scholarship Description
  • The New York Life Award offers $500 scholarships to two students residing in Michigan, New Jersey, New Mexico, Mississippi, or Montana whose works explore personal grief, loss, and bereavement. Applicants must be in grades 7-12. To apply, submit your work to any category in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. At the end of your application, opt-in to the New York Life Award. You will be prompted to include a personal statement on your work. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the nation’s longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens. Submissions for the Scholastic Awards open on September 1st. Deadlines vary between December and January, depending on your region. Visit our website to find out your regional deadline and how to enter. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
    ADVERTISEMENT
  • Contact
  • info@artandwriting.org
ADVERTISEMENT

See if you qualify for this award

Learn more about this scholarship and many more.
Find Scholarships Instantly!
  

Comments (0)

expand_more

Care to comment?
Go ahead - we're listening! Did you apply for this scholarship? Why? Why not? Maybe you even won!
Your comments could help fellow Scholarships.com members.


If you can read this, don't touch the following fields


ADVERTISEMENT

Latest College & Financial Aid News

Scholarship Search in College? Scholarships for Undergrads

April 13, 2021

by Scholarships.com Staff

Let’s say you’ve made it. You are enrolled in college, or have been for a year or two. You’re receiving some financial aid, or even a scholarship, but something’s missing. It’s money. No matter how generous the package you’re receiving is, there’s always one more book to buy, one more activity fee, one more dining hall bill… [...]

University to Give New Students Free Laptops for Filing the FAFSA

April 6, 2021

by Izzy Hall

The coronavirus made laptops a necessity for college students. Where before students without personal computers or laptops could use on-campus computers and provided software to meet the technological needs of their courses, the shift last spring to online classes necessitated that students have a stable internet connection and a compatible device. While the majority of students were able to meet this requirement, according to a study by EDUCASE, some students found themselves without a modern laptop that could run the most up-to-date browser, use RAM-heavy software or keep up even with reliable high-speed Wi-Fi. One university has announced a unique remedy for this technical situation. [...]

The Longest Wait List Ever? What to Expect

March 31, 2021

by Izzy Hall

When students hear back from colleges in the coming weeks, they may not get a firm acceptance or rejection, but rather get put on the wait list. Getting waitlisted is a normal part of the college admissions process, but some experts say that this year the wait list could turn into the longest it has ever been. A combination of the effects of the coronavirus on colleges, changes in application policies and an increase in applications at top colleges may contribute to a difficult wait list period. [...]

ADVERTISEMENT