The essay theme for this year is: Click here to download the essay contest entry form. Contest Guidelines Who can enter?
My hope is to achieve my passion of becoming a guru of all things technology.
Starting from humble beginnings as colonies and turning into a booming industrial nation, America is the land where we overcame the odds of failure. Our wars were won with American pride and our businesses fueled by the hard working American.
My mother and father came here as first-generation immigrants, with nothing but a backpack and their first-born son. Starting from scratch, they managed to raise a family of seven children just through hard work and the liberties that this great country gave to them.
We are such an accepting country, allowing anyone with a passion and good work ethic to achieve their wildest dreams.
Countries like Pakistan and Haiti suffer from poor government and poverty, whereas the United States has built a Democracy that allows issues to be decided on by its people, while keeping the economy afloat.
Our stable and welcoming country is definitely one of he reasons why we have such a various amount of people living here from all over the world. Composed almost entirely out of immigrants, America is the focal point of diversity and acceptance. Given that we have a Constitution and Bill of Rights protecting our freedoms and beliefs, American is the ideal country for someone looking to live without fear of their government.
Living a nation that allows freedom, opportunity and dreams to come true is why the United States is a unique country.The Bank of America Essay/Speech Contest is for 4th, 5th and 6th grade students.
Each participating school may nominate one (1) essay at each grade (4th, 5th, 6th). There are no regional level contests. Each year the Anna Warner Bailey Chapter of the DAR encourages Southeastern Connecticut students in the 5th-8th grade to write an essay on a significant historical person, place, date, or event.
Three students from Sandusky High School in Sandusky have been named local winners in the 49th annual America & Me Essay Contest, sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance. The three students, who earned the first, second, and third place awards for their school, are Martin Tovar, first, Cara Blashill, second, and Kirstyn Hawkins, third.
Society of Early Americanists Essay Contest Committee Chair, Department of American Studies, University of Alabama.
The Public Life of Maps in Eighteenth-Century British America. Seventh Annual Essay Prize, presented April 1, , at the Montréal ASECS: Anna Mae Duane.
Teachers and students around the world are encouraged to celebrate by participating in the American Society of Human Genetics' (ASHG) 14th Annual DNA Day Essay Contest! This contest is open to students in grades worldwide and asks students to examine, question, and reflect on important concepts in genetics.
Americanism Essay Contest For Grades 7–12 FRA sponsors an annual essay contest to promote the spirit of Americanism and patriotism among our country’s youth.
FRA's Americanism Essay Contest is open to all students, grades 7 through 12, including those who are home schooled.