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Technology Addiction Awareness Scholarship


January 30, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • You must be a high school freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior or a current or entering college or graduate school student of any level. Home-schooled students are also eligible. There is no age limit. You must also be a U.S. citizen or legal resident. To apply, complete the application form, including a 140-character message about technology addiction. The top 10 applications will be selected as finalists. The finalists will be asked to write a full length 500- to 1,000-word essay about technology addiction. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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12/7/2017 9:33:28 AM

I look forward to writing about this topic. It is an obvious and prevalent topic to write about. It also appears to be entertaining.

12/3/2017 1:58:25 PM

This scholarship shines light on a growing issue in society today, it is important that we do not ignore the negative impacts that technology has on us, and how we must use technology only when it is necessary and to avoid creating a dependency on it.

11/28/2017 12:22:55 PM

This looks like a great way to spread awareness about much time the average kid spends on electronic devices

11/16/2017 12:50:46 PM

Great way for students to realize how much we are lose ourselves in relying on technology too much

11/15/2017 8:40:15 AM

Love this scholarship, we need more like this one its really intrusting and fun to right about.

11/12/2017 10:25:54 AM

Important topic

10/25/2017 9:19:36 PM

Great topic

9/19/2017 1:27:47 PM

This was a very eye opening topic, thank you,

9/9/2017 11:09:06 AM

What a great opportunity!

9/1/2017 4:46:13 PM

I think this is a very important topic especially to us as young people. I would LOVE to win this scholarship. it will help me with my school a lot. :)

1/27/2017 8:44:48 AM

LOVE this topic!

1/24/2017 2:43:56 PM

Yes I did and thank you! It was easy to apply for and it took me a nano second to answer it!!

1/22/2017 5:38:43 PM

I will love to have this scholarship for college and this will make it real easy for me

1/20/2017 4:58:50 PM

need all the scholarships possible, I will be a first Graduate of a university in my family!

1/19/2017 1:50:36 PM

Hopefully I become I finalist.

1/16/2017 10:27:17 AM

I think this is kinda easy

1/6/2017 3:41:24 PM

I hope I win too :)

11/30/2016 10:31:17 AM

I hope I win <3

11/3/2016 8:13:11 PM

This will be easy for me to explain in a good essay

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