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Pursuit's Inaugural Scholarship Competition

$1,000

August 01, 2020

Awards Available: 4

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Pursuit will award four scholarships to incoming Freshmen, Sophomores, or Juniors enrolled in an American university or community college who produce a video (maximum 5 minutes) or write an essay (maximum 2500 words) on one or a combination of the provided topics. "Generational Theft: How the national debt, unfunded liabilities, and generational theft affects your generation"; "Government Accountability: The importance of transparency and oversight in the federal government"; "A Well-Informed Public Through Objective Information: The importance of young Americans engaging in American politics, understanding our history, civics, and free enterprise system, and the value of a well-informed public." The winners of the essay and video competitions will win a $1,000 scholarship. The runners-ups for each category will win a $500 scholarship. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • P.O. Box 52351
  • Tulsa, OK 74152
  • bryan.berky@restoreaccountability.com

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