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Published on Nov 19, 2012 by Edgar Snyder

High School Seniors: Win up to $5,000 for College in Scholarship Contest

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Are you are a high school senior in Western PA? Would you like a chance to win up to $5,000 for college? If so, enter our 7th Annual "Words to be Heard" scholarship contest. Not only can you win money for college, "Words to be Heard" gives you the chance to make a difference.

A few questions you may have:

What are the prizes?

We'll award one grand prize scholarship of $5,000, three $2,500 scholarships, and three $1,000 scholarships.

What counts as an entry?

Entrants must submit both of the following items to be eligible:

1.) A completed application including a recent photo.

2.) A presentation (video/PowerPoint/brochure/website /essay/or use your imagination) that discourages your peers from underage drinking and drunk driving OR texting while driving.

Who can enter the contest?

High school seniors who attend schools in western PA are eligible to participate. Students must be attending a four-year college, university, or trade school beginning in the Summer or Fall of 2013.

What's the entry deadline?

All entries must be postmarked on or before March 29, 2013 to be eligible.

I need help with ideas for an entry, what should I do?

Don't worry! Gets some inspiration from past years' winning entries.

Want to learn even more about the contest? Find the official contest rules on our Scholarship page and on Facebook. Also, if you know any high school seniors who might be interested, make sure to tell them about this opportunity.

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