Ask Health News Scholarship
August 20 @ 8:00 am - December 15 @ 11:30 pmFree
AHN in its mission to spread health awareness and knowledge has now planned to offer a yearly scholarship worth of $1000 to college/university students who would submit aspiring essays on a selected health topic.
Our scholarship program is to encourage students to contribute to the research side of the health sector. In return, this scholarship program will happily cover the academic expenses of the winner.
GUIDELINES TO APPLY:
Students are required to submit a 1000 words long argumentative essay on the topic titled
“How to overcome the stigma associated with mental illness in society?”
The essay must quote real challenges and solutions to support the arguments.
Applicants who want to apply for the scholarship must meet the given eligibility criteria.
- The participant needs to be an enrolled student of any community or state college or university within the USA during the session 2020-2021.
- Paraphrasing or Plagiarism is strictly prohibited. The article must not violate any kind of copyrights.
- The content must be typed in Microsoft Word or PDF with good alignment.
- The content must only be written in English.
- Full Name
- Email address
- College/University Name
- Field of Study
- College/University’s Student ID card
- The essay along with all the documents should be emailed to email@example.com .
- The article must be received on or before December 15th, 2020.
- The applicants will be selected based on the quality of written content. Once the applicants have been selected, they will receive the check on or before Jan 2021.
- Note: The scholarship amount of $1000 will be sent to the respective college/university via check or PayPal). The scholarship will be awarded annually.
- August 20 @ 8:00 am
- December 15 @ 11:30 pm
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- Athletes, Graduate School, International Students, Scholarships, U.S. Citizens
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- Kierra J. Smith
- (305) 626-3786