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WSAJ American Justice Essay & Video Scholarship

$3,750

March 01, 2019

Awards Available: 2

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The WSAJ American Justice Essay & Video Scholarship is available to high school seniors who are residents attending high school in Washington state. Students need not attend a Washington college, but must start college within the next two years to receive the funds. The prompt is: "How should schools and employers respond to public protests, such as protesting during the national anthem or against hosting a controversial speaker? What does the law say about these issues?" Essay option: Write a 700-800 word essay on this subject. Video option: Create a video of no more than 60 seconds in length on this subject in the format of a Public Service Announcement, as well as writing a 300-400 word summary on this subject and the inspiration for the video. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Anita Yandle
  • 1809 7th Ave
  • Suite 1500
  • Seattle, WA 98101
  • anita@washingtonjustice.org
  • tel: 206-464-1011
  • fax: 206-464-0703

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