COX AND RELATED FAMILY ESSAY CONTEST. To discover and document more family stories and create more interest in family history among younger generations, Brandywine is sponsoring an essay contest for young family historians. (For young family historians who are members of Brandywine Crucible Families) Age group for essay entries: Junior Division, 13 years and under Senior Division, 14 to 18.
Eligibility and Contest Rules. The judges will consider works written by any undergraduate student, submitted for credit in a UT Austin Writing Flag class in the spring, summer, or fall semester of 2020. Course(s) must be taken in residence. Only one entry per student. Students must choose one category in which to enter their work. Submissions that do not meet the eligibility, formatting, and.
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This essay contest is a major project of The NSCDA held under the auspices of the Washington Workshops Foundation, a private nonprofit educational program in American government for high school students. Winners receive full tuition, including seminar materials, university campus housing, and two meals daily, for a week of citizenship education about the national government, plus fun, new.