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Indiepict Scholarship (ID 2857)


Scholarship Description

Start Date:
2/1/2017
Deadline:
9/20/2017
Website:
http://www.indiepict.com/scholarship/
Amount:
1st place will receive $500, with 2nd and 3rd place winning $250 each
Description:
We are dedicated to encouraging debate on product design, best practices and creative solutions to common consumer problems. We encourage undergraduate and graduate students pursuing their passions in the fields of business, law, natural/applied sciences or engineering to apply to our $1,000 merit-based scholarship.
Our main goal is to make students’ lives better across the globe. This goes far beyond simply helping with academic assignments. There are an incredible amount of talented young men and women out there and we want to hear from them!

Contact Information

Email:
team@indiepict.com

Eligibility

Gender:
NA
Eligibility:
Basic scholarship essay format. Works should be 600-800 words. Some minor deviations are possible, but not desirable.
Plagiarism is not allowed. WE WILL CHECK if there is any.
Essays should only be written in English. We are aware that you may know a lot of beautiful languages and totally support that, but rules are rules.
Send your work in a Microsoft Word document.
You can include images in your work, especially if they illustrate the topic or your own ideas.This will only grow our attention!
Include your contact information in the document (Email is preferred). Otherwise, we might not be able to contact you and give instructions on prize collection.
Special Criteria:
For the first of our essay contest we have chosen topics that college and university face most often. Choose one of the following:
Is Technology Our Friend?
What really is the American Dream?
This is What I Believe In:
An essay on the principle of population
Abortion: Choice or Murder?
What is Respect?
Do Humans Understand Each Other?
Nature vs Nurture
Should a Person Give Up on Career for the Sake of Family? Career/
Life Goals vs Family Values
The Double Edged Sword that is Gun Control.