Optimist International sponsors three scholarship contests for students to earn money to pursue opportunities in higher education: the Essay Contest, the Oratorical Contest, and the Communication Contest for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CCDHH).
The deadline for Clubs to submit their winning essay to the District Chair is February 28. Club Contest entrants will be notified of their status between March 1 and March 15. District entries are judged and submitted to the Optimist International Programs Department no later than April 15, 2020.Optimist International sponsors three scholarship contests for students to earn money to pursue opportunities in higher education: the Communication Contest for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CCDHH), the Essay Contest and the Oratorical Contest.Essay Scholarship Contest Topic for the 2019-20 school year is: “Is Optimism the key to achieving the dreams you imagine?” Every year, high school students from all over North America participate in the Optimist Essay contest. Each Optimist club conducts competitions for youth under age 19 who are in the 10 th, 11 th or 12 th grades. Essays.
The Essay Contest scholarship is sponsored by Optimist International Foundation to give youth the opportunity to write about their own opinions regarding the world in which they live. The approach can encompass a young personal experience, the experience of their country or a more historical perspective.
Essay Contest This contest sponsored by Optimist International each year presents young people with the opportunity to write about their opinions regarding the world in which they live. Entrants must be under the age of 19, not yet have graduated from high school or the equivalent before the end of the school year, and must be educated in the United States, Canada or the Caribbean.
The contests are conducted at the Club level, then Zone and Regional (if necessary) and at the District level. District-level scholarships are funded by the Optimist International Foundations and awarded by Optimist International. 2019-2020 Scholarship Topics.
The Optimist Club offers several college scholarships to entering freshmen through the club as well as through Optimist International. Some scholarships are given to winners of various contests such as oratorical and essay while others are given based on need, academics and service to the community.
The local Hallie Optimist Club supports several Optimist International Programs: Childhood Cancer Campaign, Essay Contest, Youth Appreciation, Respect for Law, and Youth Safety. The Club also holds an annual safe Halloween Party, awards scholarships, and raises funds through Breakfasts with Santa and the Easter Bunny, and, new this year, a Golf Tournament and Ball Drop.
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May 19, 2019 - Optimist Clubs sponsor three communications contests each year: Optimist International Oratorical, Essay and Communications Contest for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. This board features winning contestants from contests held around the world. See more ideas about International scholarships, Hard of hearing, Contest.
The Optimist Club of Reno is encouraging area students to speak their minds about the topic “How My Best Brings Out the Best in Others” as part of the Optimist International Oratorical Contest for the 2015-2016 year. The Oratorical Contest is open to students under 18 as of October 1, 2015.
Essay contest for youth under the age of 19 who have not graduated high school or its equivalent. U.S. students attending school on a military installation outside the United States are eligible to enter in their last U.S. home of record. Club winners advance to the District contest to compete for a college scholarship.
Optimist International assigns a new topic each year and provides the rules and guidelines for holding this essay contest for students. The Northridge Optimist Club club conducts a local level of the contest in conjunction with Northridge schools. The winning contestant’s essay is then eligible to compete for scholarship awards with other.
Optimist Clubs sponsor three communications contests each year: Optimist International Oratorical, Essay and Communications Contest for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. This board features winning contestants from contests held around the world.
Since its start in 1928, the Oratorical contest has become the longest running program sponsored by Optimist International. The contest is designed for youth to gain experience in public speaking and provide them with the opportunity to complete for a college scholarship. The Oratorical Contest begins each year in April.
Congratulations to the C-U Optimist Club's 2019 Essay Contest Scholarship Winners: Doriane Tshabu Mulunda from Urbana High School; Grace Prom from Champaign Central High School and; Sophia Behrensmeyer from St. Thomas More High School. Selection is based on candidates' service to the community, spirit of Optimism, Volunteer work, and career.
The Optimist International Essay Contest is sponsored by Optimist International. You must enter the contest through your local Optimist Club (each club has their own deadlines, however, all club contest are done by early February). If you're interested, you need to contact your local Optimist Club.