Constituting America's "We the Future" initiative, led by Janine Turner, offers an engaging contest for high school and college students to explore the U.S. Constitution. This contest provides various categories, including essay, song, STEM, short film, and PSA, each with specific topics related to the Constitution and its significance. Winners receive scholarships and prizes, fostering a deeper appreciation and understanding of the Constitution's impact on American society.
- Contest categories: Essay, Song, STEM, Short Film, PSA
- Subjects focus on the U.S. Constitution and its importance
- Scholarships and prizes for high school and college students
- Aimed at promoting awareness and understanding of the U.S. Constitution
- High school and college undergraduate students aged 14 to 22
- Open to U.S. citizens or legal residents
- Applicable for students in public, private, religious, home school, and charter school programs
- Complete the online Contest Sign-up form indicating intent to participate
- Follow specific submission requirements for each category, as detailed in the Official Rules
- Visit Constituting America's Contest Categories webpage for comprehensive rules, topics, and guidelines
Constituting America encourages students to engage in this initiative, fostering a deeper understanding of the U.S. Constitution and its impact on American society.