TO OUR 2020 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT, M’KAYLA AINSWORTH!!!!
The Teen Enrichment Network scholarship selection committee is searching for well-rounded students from the Fredericksburg Region who exhibit creativity, scholastic ability, evidence of leadership and involvement, service to community or school, and outstanding character.
How to Apply for Scholarship: Seniors, Class of 2020, who are planning to attend college in the Fall of 2020 are eligible. Deadline is March 31, 2020. Applicants may choose from the following three options:
- Create a public service announcement video (no longer than two minutes)
- Write an essay (approximately 500 words)
- Create a slide presentation (approximately ten slides)
Topic: The next Teen Enrichment Network seminar- “A Diverse Conversation” focuses on diversity.
Select one of the following concepts- “understanding our differences” “learning how to agree to disagree” or “becoming unified as a community” and thoroughly explain why your chosen concept is essential for creating the positive aspects of a diverse school setting. Cite evidence to support your argument and include a works cited page.
Submissions should be made via e-mail to:
- Angela Cody Hinrichs
- Assistant Principal
- Massaponax High School
- or email@example.com
- Subject Line: SCHOLARSHIP ENTRY
Be sure to include your name, high school, and contact information on your entry (phone number and email address).
The scholarship will be $1000, non-renewable.
The next Teen Enrichment Summit and Expo will be held on February 29, 2020. Doors open at 10:00 a.m. at Freedom Middle School, Spotsylvania. The winner will be announced at his/her high school’s Senior Awards Assembly and on social media.
Our previous scholarship winners:
The Teen Enrichment Network awarded several local students college scholarships last spring. The scholarship contest was open to high school seniors in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford, King George, and Caroline. The students were asked to choose among the topics highlighted during TEN’s Health and Fitness Summit. There are 8 dimensions of wellness. The high schoolers were asked to select one of the dimensions listed in the graphic below and thoroughly explain why their chosen dimension is essential for today’s youth. The students chose to create a public service announcement video, write an essay, or create a slide presentation.
Loralei Cruz of Riverbend High School earned a $1,000 scholarship for her PowerPoint presentation on financial health.
Savanah Allison of King George High School was awarded a $500 scholarship for her essay entitled “The Benefits of Spirituality.”