NeW is thrilled to announce the winner of the College Division of the 2019 NeW Essay Contest is Jaime Fields, a student at Whitman College. Congratulations, Jaime! To read Jaime’s essay that was published in the Washington Examiner, co-sponsor of the 2019 contest, click here. How did you hear about the 2019 NeW Essay Contest […]
Applications are now open for the 2019 NeW Essay Contest. NeW would like to help YOUR voice be heard as a participant in the 2019 Essay Contest. Do not miss this chance to win a scholarship and share your opinions with a wide audience. This year’s essay contest is co-sponsored by the Washington Examiner. Who: Female […]
NeW is excited to announce the winner of the College Division of the 2018 #ShesConservative Essay Contest is Vianca Rodriguez! Congratulations, Vianca! To read Vianca’s essay that was published in Red Alert Politics, click here. What inspired you to enter this essay contest? I guess what inspired me the most to enter this contest was […]
NeW is excited to announce the winner of the High School category of the 2018 #ShesConservative Essay Contest is Kelsie Scarim! Congratulations, Kelsie! To read Kelsie’s essay that was published by Red Alert Politics, click here. What inspired you to enter this essay contest? I was inspired to enter the essay contest because the theme […]
NeW is pleased to announce the winner of the Young Women’s Leadership Retreat Essay Contest winner, Riley Sutherland!
NeW asked high school juniors and seniors to write an essay on what opportunities and challenges emerging technology presents to current and future leaders. With almost four hundred essay submissions, the contest was enlightening and competitive. We are pleased to announce the winner of the Young Women’s Leadership Retreat Essay contest is Riley Sutherland! Riley is […]
Essay By Jessica Martinez, NeW at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte If you asked me if I have experienced oppression for being a woman, my answer would be no. For my whole life, I have had the opportunity to attend school, to speak openly, go outside without having to make sure that I am […]