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Offered by Center for Independent Thought
The Stossel in the Classroom Essay Contest gives students an opportunity to express themselves and win great prizes. The contest is open to students in grades 5 to 12, age 10 to 18, residing in North America, Hawaii, or at a U.S. military address. Students may submit their essays directly, or have them submitted by a teacher or parent. Employees of Stossel in the Classroom, Stossel TV, and Center for Independent Thought, or any person or organization involved in the operation and/or setup of the contest, and their immediate family members are not eligible for this contest. Previous winners of a Stossel in the Classroom first-place prize are not eligible for prizes in subsequent contests. Be sure to proofread your essay before it’s submitted and be mindful of the 500 – 1,000 word requirement. Most of all, be sure to cite your sources and check your facts. If you’re a 5th – 12th grader who has a passion for history and/or economics, we encourage you to apply!
The Center for Independent Thought (CIT) seeks to expand awareness of individual liberty, free markets, and peace. Toward that goal, CIT works with teachers, scholars, and international free-market organizations to develop critical thinking and bring the ideas of liberty to people around the globe.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
High School Students
Applicants must be between 10 and 18 years old.
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500 - 1,000 word essay
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