NPG Essay Scholarship Contest

$2,000

April 19, 2020

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • NPG, a national membership organization devoted to population issues, invites students to compete in our annual essay scholarship contest. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident who is a high school senior or a college freshman, sophomore, or junior enrolled in an official undergraduate program of study for the upcoming fall semester. For more information, or to check scholarship opening period, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2861 Duke St.
  • Suite 36
  • Alexandria, VA 22314
  • npg@npg.org
  • tel: 703-370-9510
  • fax: 709-370-9514

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Joji R  on 4/16/2019 2:07:25 PM

Interested. Very challenging

Oluwaseun O  on 4/10/2019 4:01:36 PM

Yes, Because the Scholarship will help fulfillmy financial commitment during my college years and help me complete my college successfully without any financial obligation.

Cameron K  on 3/19/2019 12:51:09 PM

I was qualified for this based on my current year in school (sophomore) but the competition is open to current high school seniors and college students.

William L  on 2/21/2019 11:45:42 AM

I applied for this scholarship! I think the essay topic is super important to think about, so I enjoyed writing it a lot!

Amber G  on 1/26/2019 6:06:44 PM

I did applied for the scholarship because it was a topic that I could write about without having to be in a certain field to do so. The rules are very clear and the topic is something that everyone can relate too.

Lily T  on 1/25/2019 9:59:11 PM

Wow, I'm not yet done with my essay and I've already learned a lot. Interesting topic.

PURNIMA M  on 12/21/2018 6:23:56 AM

where to submit the essay?

cherlandina l  on 9/21/2018 4:46:52 PM

I applied for this scholarship! I think the essay topic is super important to think about, so I enjoyed writing it a lot!

Tonia R  on 8/28/2018 9:08:10 PM

I have not applied yet but it sounds great and will do so very soon! I would like to be considered for this scholarship and do very well with writing and language. Respectfully, Tonia R.

Alexander W  on 4/19/2018 11:16:43 AM

I applied for this scholarship! I think the essay topic is super important to think about, so I enjoyed writing it a lot!

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