Win a $500 College Scholarship! (Spring 2017)
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How Do You See The Internet of Things (IOT) Revolution Impacting Your Next Four Years of College?
Rules & Regulations
Create a 600 or more word essay to answer the question: How do you see the Internet of Things (IOT) revolution impacting your next four years of college? Enter by December 1, 2016
All essays written will be selected by a team of judges following the deadline of December 1, 2016. Features considered in each essay include insight, thoughtfulness, creativity, and promotion of the post. Essays with poor spelling, grammar, or which have not been proofread will be disqualified. The announcement of the winner will take place on September 15.
In order to take part in this contest, applicants must be a U.S. citizen or a United States Permanent Legal Resident. Associates and employees of this company and their direct relatives are not eligible.
Description of Prize
A one-time payment of $500 will be awarded to the winner, to be used towards specific costs, such as undergraduate or graduate tuition, books, fees and on-campus room and board for the 2016-2017 school year. The prize money is issued by InternetChoice.org and is made payable to the school the student has identified or via a PayPal transaction as chosen by the student.
Those entering the scholarship content must have a 2.5 or better GPA on a 4-point scale in their high school academics. The individuals must be graduating from high school or college, or a GED program andstarting a 2 or 4 year post secondary program.
Current freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors:
Those taking part in the content much have a 2.5 or better GPA on a 4-point scale. The student much be enrolled as a full time students.
Terms & Conditions
If it is discovered that an applicant is related to employees of InternetChoice.org, the individual will be deemed ineligible to take part in the contest.
The higher learning institute the student is registering for must be on the U.S. Department of Education listing. If transferring, the school must be accredited.
The winner of the InternetChoice scholarship must be a full-time enrolled college students for the entire duration of the 2016-2017 school year, unless illness, emergency or medical service is complete.