Anthem Essay Contest

  • Website Address
  • https://www.aynrand.org/students/essay-contests#an...
  • Contact
  • Anthony Loy
  • Address
  • 2121 Alton Parkway
  • Suite 250
  • Irvine, CA 92606
  • Email Address
  • essays@aynrand.org
  • Application Deadline
  • March 29, 2017
  • Number Of Awards
  • 236
  • Maximum Amount
  • $10,000
  • Scholarship Description
  • Essay contest for about Ayn Rand's novel, Anthem. Submit an essay on one of three assigned topics, available to view on the contest website. No application is required. Contest is open to students worldwide, except where void or prohibited by law. Essays must be written in English only. Entrant must be in 8th, 9th or 10th grade at the time of the current contest deadline. Verification of school enrollment will be required for all winning entrants. Essay must be no fewer than 600 and no more than 1,200 words in length, double-spaced. One entry per student.

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