Would you like a shot at earning a $500 scholarship and the chance to get your work published?
NeW is excited to announce that the annual NeW Essay Contest is NOW OPEN and accepting applications from female high school seniors and college undergraduates. This year’s scholarship contest celebrates the historic accomplishments of women last year, despite their difference in viewpoints. NeW wants to give women the opportunity to reflect on the women’s achievements and issues that all women could come together on, regardless of differences in opinion. (zolpidem)
Submissions are being accepted now through Sunday, May 2, 2021. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to have your conservative voice heard and the chance to win a scholarship.
Who: Female High School Seniors and College Undergraduate Students
Prompt: Last year was a historic year for women in America, with a record number of women elected to Congress, the election of our first female Vice President, and the fifth woman to ever be confirmed to the Supreme Court. These women represent a diversity of views and don’t all agree on issues. But they all blazed new trails for women. What do their achievements mean for the future of women in America? How does having women with different views and from different backgrounds benefit America? What issue(s) do you think all women should come together on to advance women? How can we encourage other countries around the world to support women in positions of power?
Deadline: Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 11:59pm EST.
Prize: $500 will be awarded for the first-place winners of the High School and College Categories. The first-place winners have the potential opportunity to be published in the Washington Examiner, co-sponsor of the 2021 Essay Contest.