MoreWithUs Spring 2022 Scholarship Competition
Eligibility & Categories
- Are you currently enrolled in high school, vocational school or college? If yes, you are eligible to apply.
- Are you in high school or a vocational school? If yes, you will be in Category 1 (High School and Vocational Schools).
- Are you in college or university? If yes, you will be in Category 2 (College and University).
- Need some cash for school? MoreWithUs - Everyday Jobs is providing two one thousand dollar ($1,000) Scholarships which you can use toward books, tuition, or anything else related to school expenses.
Requirements and Prompt
- In one standard double-spaced page, talk about an Everyday Job or volunteer position you’ve had—maybe as a camp counselor, a tutor, a pizza deliverer, you name it. Tell us about the skills or lessons you learned that you hope to bring into your future ambitions or career dreams. Feel free to be creative and genuine—we want to hear about YOU.
Submission, Deadline, and Winners
- Email your essay to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Deadline: November 30, 2021
- There will be two winners - one from the high school category and another from the college category.
- Winners will be announced by February 1, 2022 on our social media—follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and TikTok.
- The winners will also have their essays posted at MoreWithUs platforms.
- If you are selected as the winner, we request proof of school enrollment like an unofficial transcript or an email from your advisor.
Application Deadline: November 30, 2021
Past Winners and Essays
- Alvin Gutierrez, Northeastern Illinois University, Summer/Fall 2021 winner for essay “The Everyday Job of a Campus Event Coordinator: The Pursuit of Success.”
- Victoria Onajobi, Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Maryland, Summer/Fall 2021 winner for essay “The Everyday Job of Community Work: Housing and the Community.”
- Drew Emerson, Howard University, Fall 2020 winner for essay “Everyday Job: Law Internship and the Entertainment World.”
- Rachel (Ray) Epstein-Shuman, Albert Einstein High School in Maryland, Fall 2020 winner for essay “Everyday Job of Public Speaking and Youth Activism.”