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Offered by National Society of High School Scholars
The John Jewis Good Trouble Scholarship is for any and all NSHSS members and non-members alike, whether in high school or college. This scholarship honors Georgia U.S. Representative John Lewis’s legacy by awarding recipients who embody the ideals of “good trouble” with a scholarship, and who stand up for what’s right even when facing backlash for doing so. To apply, students must submit a one-minute video addressing the question “Why is good trouble such a passionate topic?” They must also submit photos/media of their community activism, engagement, and/or committee involvement/events, as well as other application materials detailed below.
If you’re a passionate high school or college student activist, we encourage you to apply! Keep on reading to learn more.
The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS), since 2002, has been supporting young academics on their journey to college and beyond as they prepare to become the leaders of tomorrow. Co-founded by the grand-nephew of Alfred Nobel, NSHSS is inspired by the mission of the Nobel Prize to support academic achievement and world betterment. NSHSS pursues this mission by connecting members with scholarships, college fairs, internships, career and leadership opportunities, partner discounts, and more.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
High School & College Students
To apply for this scholarship, submit the below application materials before the deadline.
Resume or CV
Letter of Recommendation
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