Runbincam Youth Award

$500

December 15, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Rubincam Youth Award was established in 1986 to honor Milton Rubincam for his many years of service to the National Genealogical Society and to the field of genealogy. These awards encourage and recognize our youth as the next generation of family historians.

    The awards may be given annually to a student in either one or two age categories for an appropriately prepared genealogy. Up to two honorable mentions (runners-up) may also be named in each category. The awards are announced and presented at the annual NGS Banquet at the annual NGS Family History Conference. If the winners are not present, award presentations may be made at another agreed-upon time.

    Senior:
    High school students in grades 10–12 or between the ages of 16–18. The award winner receives a $500 cash prize, a plaque, and a one-year NGS membership. Presentation details of the winning submission may appear in NGS Magazine

    Junior:
    Middle school students in grades 7–9 or between the ages of 13–15 years. The award winner receives a $250 cash prize, a plaque, and a one-year NGS membership. Presentation details of the winning submission may appear in NGS Magazine.

    General Eligibility:
    -Young persons worldwide are eligible to apply
    -NGS membership is not required
    -Students must apply under the appropriate age/grade award

    For more details and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Director
  • 3108 Columbia Pike
  • Suite 300
  • Arlington, VA 22204
  • awards@ngsgenealogy.org
  • tel: 703-525-0050
  • fax: 703-525-0052

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