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$1,000 for Three Sentences? Scholarship of the Week!

Zinch’s Weekly Three Sentence Essay Due Today

Oct 18, 2010

by Alexis Mattera

$1,000 for Three Sentences? Scholarship of the Week!

Writing three sentences and banking $1,000 to put toward college may seem like a dream but it is indeed a reality with the Three Sentence Essay from Zinch. Though many essay scholarships have word count requirements in the hundreds or thousands, Zinch caps theirs at 280 characters – the equivalent of two Twitter postings – and requires applicants to respond to a prompt that changes on a weekly basis.

All high school and college students (including international students) are eligible to participate so go ahead and check out the prompt, think about it some and submit a concise yet thoughtful answer worthy of $1,000 by midnight tonight. And remember, Scholarships.com has thousands more scholarships to choose from…all you have to do is fill out a profile and launch a scholarship search today!

And remember, there’s no need to rely on expensive student loan options to pay for your college education. For more information on finding free scholarship money for college, conduct a Scholarships.com free college scholarship search today, then apply and win! It’s that easy!

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Faith S.  on  7/13/2016 12:21:34 PM commented:

I would compete in gymnastics, which is graceful and serene, like a willow tree blowing in the wind. I would flip through the air like a lemur flipping through the trees. I could control my body like the government controls the people.

Mariah Owens  on  11/16/2015 2:14:18 PM commented:

I love fast and easy scholarships! If young adults take time out of their day to sign up and register for scholarships, trust me , we, as young people, are eligible to receive money for our education. Consistency is key!

Inshaal R  on  9/4/2015 12:19:36 AM commented:

Many students will benefit on this unique subject because it is extremely beneficial to everyone

Scholarships.com A  on  10/20/2010 9:38:57 AM commented:

Hi Elfreda. Any student born in 1920 or after can register with Scholarships.com. For this particular scholarship, you will need to contact Zinch.com. Thanks for your comment! The Scholarships.com Team

Elfreda D  on  10/19/2010 5:11:27 PM commented:

You all do not have the year beyond 1960. I was 1958. It is not fair for those of us who wan and need they money and older people.

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