High School Essay Contests 2014

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This year, we received over 5,200 essays from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as entries from the US territory of Guam.

This year we asked students to tell us about their personal definitions of success and how these definitions impact their mental health. You can also read the 2014 mental health awareness essays written by the winning and honorable mentioned students.

We are greatly inspired by the essays submitted by 242 students from 78 California high schools throughout the Bay Area and beyond, and beleive you will too. On behalf of the Culture to Culture Foundation, we cordially invite you to join us in honoring high school students throughout California at the 2014 Mental Health Awareness Award Ceremony.

Writing skills you’ve mastered in your English classes could pay off with big tuition prizes for college from scholarship essay contests.

A little online digging will unearth countless competitions created to reward students who craft an innovative, thought-provoking response to their essay prompt.

This is a special opportunity to learn about the diverse perspectives and aspirations of the students in our community, while supporting and celebrating each of their individual paths towards archieving happiness and fulfillment. This year we asked students to tell us about their personal definitions of success and how these definitions impact their mental health.

Several winners and honorable mentions were subjects in a news article "Local teens talk about mental health" that appeared on Pleasanton Weekly.

AAA South Jersey Scholarship Contest 700 Laurel Oak Road Voorhees, NJ 08043 (855) 772-5551 [email protected] Link Deadline: March 10th In celebration of DNA Day on April 25th, the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) announces the winner of its essay contest, which awards ,000 for first place,

Several winners and honorable mentions were subjects in a news article "Local teens talk about mental health" that appeared on Pleasanton Weekly.

AAA South Jersey Scholarship Contest 700 Laurel Oak Road Voorhees, NJ 08043 (855) 772-5551 [email protected] Link Deadline: March 10th In celebration of DNA Day on April 25th, the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) announces the winner of its essay contest, which awards $2,000 for first place, $1,200 for second place, and $800 for third place.

High school students in grades 9-12 worldwide can enter by writing an original, sourced essay up to 750 words about a modern gene therapy and its effectiveness treating a disease or medical condition.

Draft a letter to a politician or insurance/healthcare provider about one of the following: - why is it critical for mental illness to be treated equally to physical illness in our healthcare system?

- if your country does not have a similar law or healthcare provision, why should your policymakers adopt similar legislation to the Mental Health Partiy and Addiction Equality Act?

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Several winners and honorable mentions were subjects in a news article "Local teens talk about mental health" that appeared on Pleasanton Weekly.AAA South Jersey Scholarship Contest 700 Laurel Oak Road Voorhees, NJ 08043 (855) 772-5551 [email protected] Link Deadline: March 10th In celebration of DNA Day on April 25th, the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) announces the winner of its essay contest, which awards $2,000 for first place, $1,200 for second place, and $800 for third place.High school students in grades 9-12 worldwide can enter by writing an original, sourced essay up to 750 words about a modern gene therapy and its effectiveness treating a disease or medical condition.Draft a letter to a politician or insurance/healthcare provider about one of the following: - why is it critical for mental illness to be treated equally to physical illness in our healthcare system?- if your country does not have a similar law or healthcare provision, why should your policymakers adopt similar legislation to the Mental Health Partiy and Addiction Equality Act?Congratulations to all of the winners and honorable mentions for the 2015 essay contest, and thank you to everyone who participated!We hope you will check back at our website in January 2015 when we announce the 2016 Essay Contest theme!Students must submit a typed, double-spaced essay up to 1,000 words with at least five sources that promotes any topic about wildlife conservation, such as forest stewardship, biodiversity, or animal ethics. Competitive applicants will present a well-written, original 800-word essay about a person in U. history who personified patriotism, honesty, compassion, virtue, and determination.Winners are honored at the Capitol by a Resolution of the State Senate.” inspired by the 70th Anniversary of the flag-raising at Iwo Jima.With so many great essays, it was difficult to choose a winner.

,200 for second place, and 0 for third place.

High school students in grades 9-12 worldwide can enter by writing an original, sourced essay up to 750 words about a modern gene therapy and its effectiveness treating a disease or medical condition.

Draft a letter to a politician or insurance/healthcare provider about one of the following: - why is it critical for mental illness to be treated equally to physical illness in our healthcare system?

- if your country does not have a similar law or healthcare provision, why should your policymakers adopt similar legislation to the Mental Health Partiy and Addiction Equality Act?

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