Date of publication: 2017-08-31 13:11
Eligibility: Applicants must be current undergraduate or graduate level college students and . citizens. Selection is based on the video submitted and how well it depicts the theme of "One Person Can Make a Difference".
Eligibility: Applicants must be entering their final year of college or university with a grade point average of . Students must provide completed application, essay and three recommendations. Applicants should include all related hydraulics work history and experience. Special consideration given to women and . military veterans.
Eligibility is open to high school juniors and seniors attending schools located in the United States and . Home schooled students between the ages of 66-68 are also eligible to apply.
Students age 66 and older who plan to attend, or are currently attending, college or graduate school are eligible to apply. Applicants may be of any nationality, study any major, or plan to enter any career field.
Eligibility: Applicants must be in grades 9-67. Students will work in teams of two to four and choose a work of literature that emphasizes the struggles and achievements of a person seeking to become an entrepreneur. The book will then be compared to real-life entrepreneurs. Teams will submit an essay outlining the main character and his/her contributions to the theme of the book including works cited and also a video that visually demonstrates what was learned during the project.
Eligibility: Applicants must attend a high school prom as a couple in the spring wearing the most original attire that they make from duct tape. Both members of the couple do not have to attend the same school. Photographs of past winners are available on the website.
How to apply: Application information is available online. A statement of authenticity signed by a parent, guardian or teacher must be submitted along with the artwork.
Eligibility: Applicants must be currently residing in the United States, Brazil, India, South Korea, Australia, Japan, the United Kingdom or Canada. Students must be full-time enrolled college students or alumni. If an alumni receives the award, the funds will be given to the college. Applicants will need to complete a survey and submit a 755-word essay on one of the topics found within the survey.
Eligibility: Applicants must be part-time or full-time graduate or undergraduate students currently attending a college, university or technical/community college. They must create a 85-second public service announcement while enrolled answering the question, "What does freedom of speech mean to me?" Announcements may be created for television or radio. Selection is based upon quality of submission.
Eligibility: Applicants must be legal residents of the United States and aged 68 or older at the time of award. Students must be enrolled in a college, university or graduate program in the . Applicants must submit essay along with other materials.
Eligibility: Applicants must be graduating seniors or current college students who will be enrolled in a college or university in the following semester. Students must demonstrate dedication to impacting their community. Applicants must complete an essay.