Chicago City Treasurer Kurt Summers is proud to announce the 2016 Black History Month Essay Contest. The 9th annual scholarship contest, sponsored by the Treasurer’s Office, is open to all CPS seniors with a grade point average of 2.5 that also have 50 hours of community service. The $2,500 scholarship will be used to support the award winner’s first year of college.
Governor Rick Scott's Black History Month Essay Contest is open to all Florida students in grades 4–12. Three winners will be selected: one elementary school student (grades 4–5), one middle school student (grades 6–8), and one high school student (grades 9–12). Winners will be notified after February 2, 2016.
SPARKS: Black History Month Essay Contest Winners
To find out who won, send a legal-size, self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Warriors “Golden State Warriors Black History Month Essay Contest” Contest Winners, c/o Golden State Warriors, LLC, 1011 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607. Requests must be received no later than three (3) months following the end of the Contest Period. Only one (1) request for either Official Rules of Contest Winners will be fulfilled for each separately mailed outer envelope.
Kids, enter our Black History Month essay contest and win an iTunes gift card! Write 200-500 words on your favorite African American composer or musician and submit to by Feb. 27. * - - ST. CROIX, Virgin Islands, U.S. - March 21, 2013 - -- On Friday, March 15, 2013 Senator Judi Buckley and staff attended the Evelyn M. Williams Elementary School VITAL (V.I. Territorial Assessment of Learning Exam) Pep Rally to recognize and award participating students in her office's Black History Month Essay Contest. The Senator and her staff were warmly welcomed by students in grades four through six.