Create Real Impact Scholarship

$1,500

October 05, 2019

Awards Available: 13

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Create an original work showcasing your idea for a SOLUTION or STRATEGY to fix the very real problem of reckless and distracted driving! Car crashes are the #1 killer of young people in America, and the majority are preventable. Enter your innovative and effective SOLUTIONS and STRATEGIES to end the deadly epidemic of reckless and distracted driving in one of the four categories- writing, art, music, or video. Entries are accepted in English and Spanish. There are a total of 13 awards, ranging from $500 to $1500. Contest is open to students (ages 14-22) enrolled in accredited high schools, trade schools, colleges, or universities. The focus is on solutions to reckless and distracted driving. While extremely dangerous and highly illegal, entries focused on driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be accepted. For more information or to apply. please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2210 21st Street
  • Sacramento, CA 95818
  • createrealimpact@impactteendrivers.org
  • 916-733-7432

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