Applications are accepted at the Freedom From Religion Foundation FFRF for the Brian Bolton Memorial Award. The award is amounting from $200 to $3,000. To be eligible, candidates should be attending North American college or university. To apply, the candidates must write an essay prompting the topic question below.
To participate in this essay contest scholarship, candidates should write an essay discussing the following topic question:
Why religious liberty shouldn’t mean the right to impose your religion on others
The winners will receive award as follow:
– First Place: $3,000
– Second Place: $2,000
– Third Place: $1,000
– Fourth Place: $750
– Fifth Place: $500
– Sixth Place: $400
– Optional Honorable Mention(s): $200
Level and Area of Studies
Graduate level in any subject.
Place of Study
In the United States of America.
Eligibility and Criteria
Eligible candidates should be currently enrolled graduate student up to age 30, or undergrads ages 25–30, attending a North American college or university, including but not limited to someone graduating or earning a degree in the spring or summer of 2017.
The U.S students may participate in.
Your essay should be consisting 600-800 words. Please visit the link below to see the detail instruction.
July 15, 2017.