The prompt is this; describe a time when you tried to design a unique solution to a problem that you encountered. Applicants are expected to describe their unique situation and solution in response to their challenge. Essays are to start with an introduction about who the applicant is, their background, and why technology is important to them.
Essays are required to be between 700-1000 words answering the question; why is technology important to you?
To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must be;
– Legal residents of the United States
– A current undergraduate college student or a current high school student that will be enrolled in a University or College in 2019
Proof of enrollment is expected to provided with applicant’s email submission. This could be digital scan of an unofficial transcript, acceptance letter on school letterhead, or letter of admissions.
The scholarship award will paid into winner’s school by 1st of October, 2019. The award grant is expected to be used for educational related purposes such as tuition, books, etc.
The scholarship grant will be awarded to the applicant that best demonstrate how their tried to design a unique solution to a problem they encountered. Applicants are expected to use the full word limit to describe their response to the question.
Entries are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email entries must be received by August 15th, 2019. Applications received later than this date will not be considered.
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